I have come to love Tuesdays especially if I know that there is
a book coming out that I have been looking forward to for
a long time. With that in mind it is
time to reveal what book I am looking forward to today.
Excerpt from The Lady Chosen…
“Gentlemen — I give you our club! Our last bastion against the matchmakers of the ton, our secured base from which we’ll infiltrate, identify and isolate the lady we each want, then take the ton by storm and capture her!”
The others cheered, thumped the table, and rose.
Charles inclined his head to Christian. “I give you the bastion which will allow us to take charge of our destinies and rule our own hearths. Gentlemen!” Charles raised his tankard high. “I give you the Bastion Club!”
They all roared their approval and drank.
And the Bastion Club was born.
The men of the Bastion Club proved their bravery secretly fighting for their country. Now their leader faces that most dangerous mission of all: finding a bride.
As the mysterious leader of the Bastion Club known as “Dalziel,” Royce Varisey, 10th Duke of Wolverstone, served his country for decades, facing dangers untold. But as the holder of one of England’s most august noble titles, he must now take on that gravest duty of all: marriage.
Yet the young ladies the grandes dames would have him consider are predictably boring. Far more tempting is his castle’s willful and determindedly aloof chatelaine, Minerva Chesterton. Beneath her serene facade lies a woman of smoldering sensuality, one who will fill his days with comfort and his nights with sheer pleasure. Determined to claim her, he embarks on a seduction to prove his mastery over every inch of her body…and every piece of her heart.
This is a book that I have been looking forward to ever since the second book. In each book we are given a little bit more information about Dalziel, and the men that served under him, the men of the Bastian Club are determined to discover his real identity. I can honestly say that I will be haunting the book store tomorrow so that I can get his book. Look for my review of it next week.