To Become a Countess…
RULE #1: A lady does not attempt to come out in London society disguised as her deceased half-sister.
RULE #2: A lady does not become enamored of her guardian; even though his masterful kisses and whispered words of affection tempt her beyond all endurance.
RULE #3: A lady may not climb barefoot from her bedroom on a rose trellis, nor engage in fisticuffs with riffraff in order to rescue street urchins.
RULE #4: No matter how impossible the odds, a lady always gives her hand and her heart–though not necessarily in that order–to the one man who sees her as she truly is and loves her despite her flagrant disobedience of every one of the RULES FOR A LADY.
Praise for Rules for a Lady
“…comparable to notable Regency author Marian Devon.” — Romantic Times BookClub Reviews
At LEAST….TEN STARS! I absolutely LOVED this book! I would go on and on about this book, but, trust me, this was such a splendidly written story. For those interested there were no sexual scenes. I loved the idea of “rules” and simply adored our H, Stephen. And his mother!! Ha! Loved the twist at the end. I would definitely give this story ten stars. So flowing and entertaining. Thank you, Jade Lee! — Cindy K, Amazon Reviewer
Besides being a beautiful, romantic story, this book is funny. Yes, it is delightfully silly at times with witty banter and ridiculously humorous moments. I loved it. It made me laugh, made me cry, made me get all dreamy-eyed…..a success for sure. — Amazon Reviewer
I never thought to find another Regency romance novelist with the gifts Georgette Heyer possessed. Ive read ALL Heyers books, first as a twenty-something and again in my forties. Now well into my retirement years, Ive found Jade Lee! What a gift! So happy now! — Carolyn, Goodreads Reviewer
Excellent Read Very satisfying, wonderful intrigue, fantastically developed characters, humor and clean romance, the ingredients for a well Regency Romance. Hope to meet these characters again in the other books of the series. A Truly excellent story! — P Lynne Adams Reviews