New York Times bestselling author Julia London has thrilled readers of historical romance for more than a decade. Now, together for the first time as an ebook bundle, here are the novels that launched her captivating career.
THE DEVIL’S LOVE Abigail Carrington sails to England to marry the man she has loved since childhood. At the altar, Michael Ingram, Marquis of Darfield, seems a dark, brooding stranger. With scandal shadowing his past, the Devil of Darfield has agreed to the marriage only to save his ancestral home. But Abigail’s charm bedevils him—just as the passion of Michael’s kiss gives her hope that theirs can be more than a marriage of convenience.
WICKED ANGEL She may be the talk of the ton, but Alexander Christian, Duke of Sutherland, recognizes the ravishing Bavarian countess for who she really is: Lauren Hill, the widowed country girl who captured his heart—despite his pledge to another woman. Lauren needs to see the man who haunts her dreams. Alexander wants one night with his blue-eyed enchantress. They’ll soon discover that forbidden love is always a scandalous choice.
About Julia London
Julia London was raised on a ranch in West Texas, where she spent her formative years in the middle of vast wheat fields driving a tractor at the reckless speed of five mph. In spite of her humble beginnings, Julia went on to earn a degree in government and eventually landed in Washington, D.C. There for nine years, Julia had her brush with greatness when one day she actually shared an elevator with a senator from Iowa. She eventually returned to Texas and now lives in Austin with two enormous Labrador retrievers. Wicked Angel is Julia's second book and a sequel to her first, The Devil's Love. Julia is currently working on her next book for Dell.
“Julia London writes in a style reminiscent of the historical romances that defined the genre.”—Affaire de Coeur, on The Devil’s Love “Rich in characters, unique in plot, heartwarming and heartfelt, Wicked Angel cements Julia London’s reputation as a rising star.”—RT Book Reviews