The Rarest Blooms Series by Madeline Hunter

3.77 · 71 ratings
  • Ravishing in Red (The Rarest Blooms #1)

    Ravishing in Red (The Rarest Blooms #1)

    Madeline Hunter

    · 19 ratings · published 2010

    Armed with her cousin’s pistol, Audrianna travels to a coaching inn, to meet with a man who may have information that will clear her dead father’s name. She does not realize that the handsome man of commanding sensuality who shows up is not the person she expected, but instead Lord Sebastian Summerhays, one of her father’s persecutors, lured to the inn by the same advertisement that brought her there... more

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  • Provocative in Pearls (The Rarest Blooms #2)

    Provocative in Pearls (The Rarest Blooms #2)

    Madeline Hunter

    · 16 ratings · published 2010

    The Earl of Hawkeswell has been living in limbo for two years, ever since his bride, heiress Verity Thompson, disappeared on their wedding day. As she hasn't been declared deceased, Hawkeswell cannot legally remarry and cannot access his wife's funds --- either of which would settle his dire financial crisis. Coerced into marrying Hawkeswell by her duplicitous cousin, Verity fled London for the countryside... more

  • Sinful in Satin (The Rarest Blooms #3)

    Sinful in Satin (The Rarest Blooms #3)

    Madeline Hunter

    · 17 ratings · published 2010

    When famed London courtesan Alessandra Northrope passes away, her daughter Celia Pennifold inherits little more than a hopelessly contaminated reputation, a house in a middle class neighborhood, and an education that prepared her to take her mother’s place the way Alessandra intended. Celia hopes to make her own life on her own terms, however, and moves into the house only to discover one more legacy—an enigmatic, handsome tenant who knows her mother’s plans for her future rather too well... more

  • Dangerous in Diamonds (The Rarest Blooms #4)

    Dangerous in Diamonds (The Rarest Blooms #4)

    Madeline Hunter

    · 19 ratings · published 2011

    The Duke of Castleford has been so bad for so long that scandal can’t be bothered to rise up around him anymore. To alleviate the boredom of his privileged life, he occupies himself with drinking and whoring, not to mention the occasional duel. When something piques his interest, however, he has been known to emerge from his ennui and employ his considerable mental faculties to finding answers to the questions that fascinate him... more

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