Publisher: Ellora's cave
Blurb: Independent and unconventional, Indira disregards the rules of Regency society at every turn. She’s sensual, wanton and completely alone in the world. But when she seduces Sebastian Dare, she gets more than just a night of passion.
Dare has never known anyone like Indira—a woman who understands his deepest desires. A woman who knows how to satisfy them. One night of sensual abandon arouses Dare’s predatory instincts, and he’s a man used to getting what he wants. But the brazen temptress of his dreams vanishes without a trace.
When circumstances force Indira to seek help from Dare, sparks fly. For Indira Stuart is no lady, and beneath his polished facade, Sebastian Dare is no gentleman. In stately London ballrooms, Indira and Dare fight their growing passion, and when a man from Indira’s past reappears, a firestorm of power and possession ignites. Indira knows that Dare desires her, but is passion enough to make her surrender her heart?
Review: For those who love Regency Historical Romance, this is a must read. Not Quite a Lady has all of the richness of vividly described settings and the brooding dark and dangerous hero. But rather than a typical Englishwoman, Ms. Andersen has given us Indira. She’s dark, exotic, and her character is impossible to resist. She’s feisty and sexual and gives of her body without expectation. She has a zest for life even though her unfortunate circumstances threaten her future. Dare is brought to his knees by love and it was beyond arousing. Oh, it was so good. I loved the story. From the opening pages, the chemistry sizzled between Dare and Indira. I would have loved this story to go on forever. The book was simply a pleasure to read.