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Christina Brooke writes witty, sexy historical romance novels set in Regency England.

Her first series for St. Martin's Press, The Ministry of Marriage series, focuses on the aristocratic and powerful Westruther family.

Orphaned or abandoned as children, six cousins came under the guardianship of the Duke of Montford and grew up together under his roof. Each of the three girls, Jane HEIRESS IN LOVE, Rosamund MAD ABOUT THE EARL and Cecily A DUCHESS TO REMEMBER have marriages of convenience arranged for them. But can a marriage of convenience end happily ever after?

The Westruther family continues to feature in a spin-off series about the Westruther men. Beginning with Cecily's scandalous brother, Jonathon, Earl of Davenport in LONDON'S LAST T
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Well, I’m home from a wonderful beach vacation but there’s still cause for celebration in the Brooke household: THE GREATEST LOVER EVER is in stores now!

I’m thrilled that my long-term readers are saying this is my best book yet. It’s had a nice review in Publisher’s Weekly and received a Top Pick from RT Magazine.

For me, January releases always come in a blaze of summer glory. I’m usually at th... Read more of this blog post »
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Average rating: 3.76 · 2,442 ratings · 342 reviews · 8 distinct works · Similar authors
Heiress in Love (Ministry o...
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Mad About the Earl (Ministr...
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A Duchess to Remember (Mini...
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The Wickedest Lord Alive (T...
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Heiress in Love Mad About the Earl A Duchess to Remember
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London's Last True Scoundrel by Christina Brooke
“Keep your hands off me.” She spoke viciously, through her teeth, and he caught a glimpse of her deVere ancestry.

She was a virago in tiny, fragile, fairy form.”
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London's Last True Scoundrel by Christina Brooke
“Good night, my lord.” The words were pronounced in her most withering tone.

By contrast, he remained quite alarmingly unwithered long after she left.”
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“A gentleman can’t let a lady sleep in an armchair while he takes his ease in a bed.”
“But you are not a gentleman,” she pointed out. “You are the greatest scoundrel in all the land.”
He tilted his head to consider that. “All right. You take the chair.”
Christina Brooke, London's Last True Scoundrel

“She narrowed her gaze. “I don’t trust you to keep your eyes closed.”

“Smart woman,” he said. “I wouldn’t trust me, either, if I were you.”
Christina Brooke, London's Last True Scoundrel

“Good night, my lord.” The words were pronounced in her most withering tone.

By contrast, he remained quite alarmingly unwithered long after she left.”
Christina Brooke, London's Last True Scoundrel

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The 2nd annual Nothing but Reading Challenges' Best 'DRESS'ed Cover Poll. (2012 edition.)

Help us pick out the best DRESSed cover of 2012. If you don't see one of your favorites please feel free to add it. Just make sure you add it to the right dress category and that the cover came out in 2012. We have six categories:

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Each category has it's own poll and we'll pick the top 3 from each to go in a finally poll to determine which cover had the most beautiful dress. Enjoy!

The color for this round is Blue:

 
  45 votes, 32.1%

 
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“I only hope I may not be ruined,” she was saying miserably. “I should be obliged to marry you after all, and then I’d likely murder you before the wedding breakfast was over.”
Christina Brooke, London's Last True Scoundrel

“A gentleman can’t let a lady sleep in an armchair while he takes his ease in a bed.”
“But you are not a gentleman,” she pointed out. “You are the greatest scoundrel in all the land.”
He tilted his head to consider that. “All right. You take the chair.”
Christina Brooke, London's Last True Scoundrel

“She narrowed her gaze. “I don’t trust you to keep your eyes closed.”

“Smart woman,” he said. “I wouldn’t trust me, either, if I were you.”
Christina Brooke, London's Last True Scoundrel

“Good night, my lord.” The words were pronounced in her most withering tone.

By contrast, he remained quite alarmingly unwithered long after she left.”
Christina Brooke, London's Last True Scoundrel

“Keep your hands off me.” She spoke viciously, through her teeth, and he caught a glimpse of her deVere ancestry.

She was a virago in tiny, fragile, fairy form.”
Christina Brooke, London's Last True Scoundrel




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Christina Brooke Carol *Young at Heart Oldie* wrote: "Thank you for accepting my friend invite, Christina. I love your Ministry of Marriage series."

Carol, I must apologize, I only just saw this! Clearly, I need a Goodreads tutorial! Thank you, I'm so glad to hear you're enjoying the series!
Best,
Christina


Carol *Young at Heart Oldie* Thank you for accepting my friend invite, Christina. I love your Ministry of Marriage series.


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