The Rogue to Ruin
The Bourne Matrimonial Agency has one rule: Never fall in love with a client, which shouldn't be a problem when one's faking an engagement to the rogue across the street . . .
Ainsley Bourne needs the family business to succeed. But one obstacle stands in her way--Reed Sterling, the huge, handsome, former prize fighter and owner of the gaming hell across the street. His scandalous customers scare off all her marriage-minded patrons and since the devilish brute has no intention of relocating, she sets out to ruin his unsavory establishment. Yet when a vile suitor from her past reappears, Ainsley hastily claims an attachment to the first man who comes to mind . . . Mr. Sterling, to be exact.
Reed doesn't know who is more surprised by Miss Bourne's declaration. She clearly hates him, and he'd never admit their arguments simmer with unrequited attraction. Something about the pleading look in her eyes calls to Reed, and against his better judgment, he quickly plays the part of the besotted fiancé.
Pretending to be in love requires a convincing charade. But with each tantalizing touch and every scandalous kiss, Ainsley starts to wonder if Reed was ever really the enemy at all.--Entertainment Weekly
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"Viv Lorret is up there with Sarah MacLean and Lisa Kleypas on my historical auto-buy list!"--Lauren Layne, USA Today bestselling author
"a sexy page-turner... you can't help but root for these two stubborn, persistent characters to fall for each other... the novel draws you in and leaves a satisfied smile on your face."--Entertainment Weekly
"The third Misadventures in Matchmaking series title is just as delightful as the first two, with a slightly darker subtext that only makes its effervescence more uplifting.Another clever, charming historical romance from Lorret."--Kirkus Reviews
"This third and final book in the series is filled with delicious, fiery dialog between Ainsley and Reed, making readers who enjoy smart and witty historicals such as Tessa Dare's "Spindle Cove" series long for that first kiss and our enemies-to-lovers' happily ever after... a satisfying conclusion to a clever and engaging series"--Library Journal