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Hi, I'm Christi Caldwell, author of Regency Romance with Heart.
In January, I released “To Trust a Rogue”, book 8 in my “Heart of a Duke” series. I always love to know what kind of a hero a reader prefers. Is he a charming and affable rogue? Is he a wicked rake? Or mayhap the brooding duke? I personally love a healthy mix of all of them, and listen to whichever hero is demanding a story from me!
I “met” Marcus, the Viscount Wessex in an earlier book, “Loved by a Duke”. I thought he was swoon-worthy. He was the rogue with all the right words. A grin that could melt a heart, and I wanted to know more!
“Loved by a Duke” is a story about life after loss of a friend and brother. And from it, one passage to be exact, is where “To Trust a Rogue” was born.
In the early days after Lionel’s passing, Marcus had come to Auric, trying to speak of that night and matters of the living. In the end, Auric had not made himself available. How many times had he silenced Marcus, shifting the topic away to something, anything, that wasn’t that night? Until eventually, the topic of Lionel and that night never again came up. Who had Marcus turned to?
---Loved by a Duke
That scene set my head spinning. Yes, Marcus was charming and roguish, but was he always that way? Was there anyone truly there for him? And what I found was: yes. There was someone there. A young lady. Her name was and is Miss Eleanor Carlyle.
And in “To Trust a Rogue”—she’s back.
The story is about new beginnings and a second chance at love…and finding forgiveness with oneself, and one’s past. It is available now at: Amazon, iBooks, Barnes and Noble, and Kobo online stores.
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Book 1 in my Heart of a Duke Series, For Love of a Duke.
Question: To Trust a Rogue is a second chance at love story! What is your favorite romance trope?