Some readers might pick up a romance novel because it has an amazing cover image, but sometimes it’s hard to resist a title that’s having a little pun.
- It’s Hard Out There For a Duke – An All-American hero wants more than one night with a duchess.
- When Good Earls Go Bad– His new housekeeper has a secret.
- Earls Just Want To Have Fun – A fun caper featuring the Bowstreet Runners.
- The Duke Is Mine – A secret affair that is impossible to resist.
- Romancing The Duke– A moody hero hires a bright-eyed secretary.
- Must Love Dukes – A game of dare between a thief and a duke.
- How To Lose A Duke In Ten Days – Intrigue and a second chance romance.
- Say Yes To The Marquess – A prizefighter falls for his brother’s fiancee.
- The Earl Is Mine – A lady escapes an arranged marriage with the help of an old friend.
- Good Earl Gone Bad – An earl takes a gamble on his new wife who is charged with murder.
- My Brown-Eyed Earl – a reformed earl falls for a governess with a tragic past.
- I Kissed An Earl– A mischievous lady seeks out non-traditional earl to help find her brother.
- Kiss The Earl – A modern day comic book artist is transported to Regency England.
- This Earl Is On Fire – A sheltered woman is drawn to a mysterious man with a lost memory.
I See What You Did There
- Kilt or Be Kilt – a Highland laird saves a summer crush from a scheming rake
- The Best of Both Rogues – A runaway groom decides to make good on his marriage
- Put Up Your Duke– a boxing duke seduces his duchess
- Between A Rake and Hard Place – A rake woos away a royal bride
- Ready Set Rogue – A bluestocking book lover and marquess solve a murder mystery
- A Rogue By Any Other Name – a proper lady finds herself married to an outacst marquess.
- Between The Duke and Deep Blue Sea – an exiled duke saves a lady from her murderous husband
- The Rogue Not Taken – A stowaway lady joins a roguish marquess on a journey to Scotland
Which one is your favorite ?