The Unflappable Miss Fairchild by Regina Scott
Camy here! I really enjoy Regina Scott’s Regency romances, and while I haven’t read all her books, this has one of my favorite heroines from this author. Miss Fairchild is one of those calm, sensible heroines that I tend to like a lot.
The book was originally published by Zebra Regency Romances, but it is now self-published by the author herself. However, I find that I prefer the original Zebra back cover blurb for the story:
From outrageous wagers to somersaults in the Park, Chas Prestwick delighted in shocking the ton. After all, as the younger brother of an earl, he had nothing to lose. Only Miss Anne Fairchild, whom fate seemed bent on thrusting in his path, was unruffled by his escapades--even when a chance encounter made her his passenger in a wild carriage race to Kew Gardens. But Chas, entranced by her beauty, was far from complaining! Except that this angel, whose good sense rescued him from scrape after scrape, might be on the hunt for a titled bridegroom--which made him no catch at all...
A Level-Headed Lady
From pompous to vain, the most unsuitable suitors courted Anne Fairchild. Tolerant of all foibles, unschooled in flirtation, she was the despair of her family. Worst of all, only Chas Prestwick's dazzling smile could bring a blush to her demure cheek--and Anne's match-making aunts soon made clear their preference for a more lordly and less dashing husband.
But beneath Anne's polite exterior, her heart beat only for the handsome rakehell who made her long to trade in a life of propriety--for one that promised to a love filled with unpredictable delight...
Camy here: Right now it’s on sale for only $0.99 on Amazon Kindle. It’s also available on iBooks, Nook, and Kobo.