The Rogue to Ruin

Book one in the Rogues of St. Just series

He is a penniless baronet. She is the wealthy granddaughter of a tradesman.
Can these childhood friends find their way back to each other when scandal strikes them both?

March 2019

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About the Book

Sir Perran Geoffrey needs a wealthy bride to repair his family estate and to bring his sister out in Society. But what woman with money and standing will accept him as a husband—practically penniless, his title under a cloud thanks to his ne’er-do-well father, with an estate far away in Cornwall? 

Alwyn Penrose and her two sisters are in London for their first Season. Imagine their surprise when they meet the heirs of the neighboring estates—gentlemen whom they are barely allowed to acknowledge. For to be seen with the Rogues of St. Just means the death of one’s reputation. Except that Alwyn is seen. More than once. And the gossip spreads all the way to the sacred portals of Almack’s, which close in her face and end her hopes for a good marriage forever.

The ruin of her Season is Perran Geoffrey’s fault. And when they are both forced to return to Cornwall, only one thing is clear: One good ruination deserves another.

The Rogues of St. Just.  They may be the most shocking men in Mayfair, but their hearts are all too vulnerable at home.

Series: Rogues of St. Just, Book 1
Genre: Regency Romance
Tag: Large Print
Publisher: Moonshell Books, Inc.
Publication Year: March 20, 2019
Length: 328 pages
ISBN: 9781939087881
eBook Price: 4.99
“Charlotte Henry’s storytelling is nothing short of brilliant—Regency romance that will sweep you away."
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About the Author
Charlotte Henry

Charlotte Henry is the award-winning author of the Rogues of St. Just romance novels set in the Regency period in England.

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