Cerise Deland

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Sweet Siren

Sweet Siren

Those Notorious Americans, Book 3
W. J. Power • Summer 2018

More information is coming soon.

About the Series

Notorious Americans

Those Notorious Americans, a family headed by a scandalous robber baron, ready to charm all of Europe with their wit, their good looks…and their fortune.

Money can buy anything. Can’t it? When American robber baron Killian Hanniford decides to expand his business empire, he sails to Europe in 1877 and takes his family with him.
His two daughters—Lily and Ada—are beauties, accomplished and educated. They want for nothing, except a chance to find husbands who love them for themselves, not their dowries.
His niece, Marianne, is a charming widow who wants for nothing…except perhaps an amusing and temporary lover.
Killian’s son, Pierce, is young, impetuous and too ruthless for any young woman to take on as a husband.
Even Killian himself—without a wife for many years but increasingly bored by his mistress—is shocked to learn he can fall in love.
Tragic, isn’t it, to learn that money can buy anything… but love?

WILD LILY, Book 1 — October 10, 2017
DARING WIDOW, Book 2 — December 1, 2018
SCANDALOUS COUNTESS, Book 3, Summer 2018

Also Coming Soon

His Tempting Governess

His Tempting Governess

Delightful Doings in Dudley Crescent, Book 2
Cerise DeLand • TBA (To be announced)

At Number 18, Baldwin Summers, the Earl of Cartwell, deals with three problems in his house. At thirty-six, he has decided to give up his two mistresses. They’re lovely women, really, but he’s very bored. He’s tired of gambling as well. He’s won land and houses and fortunes far too often, and to be frank, the thrill is gone. He’s enticed now by the lure of managing them.

Recently he’s had thrust upon him quite suddenly his cousin’s eight-year-old daughter. The child is a terror and needs a firm hand. With no idea how to mold her into a socially acceptable creature, he hires a governess.

However, that woman presents his most pressing problem. She mesmerizes his ward. But she’s enchanting him. And it’s a wonder because she is so very lively, lovely—and odd. She recites Latin like Cicero, defeats him every time at chess—and dances. Nightly. In his drawing room. Alone.

He cannot ignore her. He cannot control her. Worse, he cannot quell his mad desire to kiss her.

But can he offend the ton and do what he really wants?

Can make her more than his governess?

And would such a bluestocking deign to become his countess?