The Redemption of Philip Thane
‘One of the most exciting historical fiction writers in a long time’ Julia Quinn, author of the Netflix series Bridgerton
How many times can a rake get it wrong . . . before he becomes Mr Right?
Philip Thane – rogue, rake, and scoundrel extraordinaire – hadn’t wanted to show up in the little town of Whittlesey to give a speech. He also didn’t expect to somehow find himself living the same day over and over again. It’s strange! It’s terrible! Although . . .
On the plus side, it’s giving him time to further his acquaintance with the delightful Miss Margaret Allen, in town to research the book she’s writing. And Philip has no doubt she’ll fall starry-eyed into his arms, just like so many other ladies of the ton have done before.
Yet Miss Allen stands firm against his wiles, day after day. How is it even possible? Why won’t she change her mind? What must he do to win her heart?
Maybe, just maybe, it isn’t Margaret who needs to change, but rather a certain rogue, who – if only he knew it – is head over heels in love . . . and badly in need of redemption.
Bridgerton meets Groundhog Day in this rip-roaring regency comedy for fans of Julia Quinn, Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer.
One of the most exciting new historical writers in a long time
Julia Quinn, bestselling author of Bridgerton
There’s no other way to describe this fizzy historical romance than enchanting. The wry humour and witty banter explode off the page from the start . . . It’s champagne in book form — bubbly, fun, and intoxicating far more quickly than one might anticipate . . . a breezy, fizzy read that will cut through even the darkest winter doldrums
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