Book Four of the My Notorious Aunt series
“Ms. Baldwin has done it again, weaving laughter and love into her My Notorious Aunt series.”
—Patience Griffin, bestselling author of the Kilts and Quilts series
Miss Kate Linnet longs for independence above all else, but Lord Colter is determined to persuade her to marry.
Kate adores her younger sisters, but taking care of them ever since her mother died has her yearning for freedom. Or so she thinks.
Marriage is most assuredly not the answer. After all, with marriage comes more responsibility and inevitably more children. Even knowing that, two years ago, she agreed to marry Lord Colter. Devil take his boyish charm! And those roguish dark eyes of his. She never should have said yes. And the more he pushed for a wedding date, the more she found fault with him. Finally, having had enough, he broke off their engagement in the middle of the Clapsforth-on-Wye assembly ball. During the cotillion! In front of everyone.
After such public humiliation, Kate wants to escape her crumbling life entirely. When her aunt, the notorious Lady Alameda, offers her a London Season, Kate readily accepts, but soon discovers her mischievous aunt is making her already troubled life worse.
Can Lord Colter rebuild the bridge between them, or will Kate let their chances at love and happiness slip through her fingers again?
A sweet, funny, somewhat inspirational Regency Romance from an award-winning bestselling author
What critics are saying about The Persuasion of Miss Kate:
“Ms. Baldwin has done it again, weaving laughter and love into her My Notorious Aunt series. You’re going to fall in love with the Linnet sisters. And if you are anything like me, you’ll be crushing on Lord Colter from the start. Read. Enjoy. Repeat.” —Patience Griffin, bestselling author of the Kilts and Quilts series.
“…the humor was so good! The dialogue had me snorting my laughter . . . a clean romance, but slightly more irreverent than what you might be used to from this genre. I really liked it.” —Alicia Trenalone, NetGalley Top Reviewer
“The Persuasion of Miss Kate was charming and delightful. … themes of forgiveness, love, and friendship will not disappoint.” —Jessica Murdock, NetGalley Top reviewer 5 stars.
“A brilliant and humorous novel … made me laugh out loud. I cannot give any more of the plot away without spoiling it, but I found it very entertaining and would recommend it without hesitation.” —Mary Hawkes, 5 stars, NetGalley Top Reviewer and author of The Sorceress and the Sun King