Emigrating with an Earl

(3 customer reviews)


A man accused of murder, and a woman desperate for protection – and neither is sure who is being rescued by whom….  

When you are framed for murder, you only really have one option: emigrating to America. That is the decision that Samuel, the Earl of Kincardine, takes when on his 30th birthday, a suspicious death seems to point to him as the murderer.  

He needs respectability, and that comes with a wife and wedding ring. The only trouble is, the ship he’s aboard only has one single woman aboard: Miss Margaret Berry.  

Seduction may not come naturally to the Earl, but Samuel is determined. He will enter his new life as a new man – even if Margaret seems to have secrets of her own.  

Will Samuel clear his name or clear his way to his intended wife’s bed? How will Margaret enjoy emigrating with an earl if he really is the killer society suspects?  

This is the eighth in a series of eight Ravishing Regencies.  

This is a steamy Regency romance with a happily ever after, no cliffhangers, and part of a series that can be listened to in any order.  

3 reviews for Emigrating with an Earl

  1. Coolestmommy R

    This was an interesting story and a fast listen. While I enjoyed the story and found it to stand alone, a few places felt stilted or like we jumped scenes too soon. Overall, I did thoroughly enjoy the title and look forward to reading more in the future.

  2. Benita Dilley

    A FUN read awaits in this #8 of the 13 book Ravishing Regency series where we meet Samuel, the Earl of Kincardine, who is escaping England for America fleeing murder charges and corporate scandal seeking refuge in a new country and a life saving marriage to the only marriagable woman onboard, Miss Margaret Berry.

  3. Benita Dilley

    Can be read in any a series order

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