Regency Disguise: No Occupation for a Lady / No Role for a Gentleman by Gail Whitiker
No Occupation for a Lady
Meeting Alistair Devlin, London's most eligible bachelor, causes Victoria Bretton no end of problems. Masking her attraction is even more difficult than concealing her alter ego - playwright Valentine Lawe - not to mention the fact that this man's unsettling gaze is causing her the most terrible writer's block!
Alistair's not in the market for love...although he can't help but be beguiled by Victoria and intrigued by the secrets she's hiding. As they grow closer the lines between fact and fiction become blurred. Can she be the heroine of her very own happy ending?
No Role for a Gentleman
Laurence Bretton has been the talk of the Ton since the shock announcement that he is the celebrated playwright, Valentine Lawe. Keeping up the charade for his sisters' sake isn't a problem - that is until he lays eyes on Lady Joanna Northrup...
Since her father inherited his title, Joanna is no longer free to marry for love. Now, she must choose a wealthy, titled husband - and soon! Regretfully, this doesn't include the dashing Laurence - and certainly not his flamboyant alter ego. But the twinkle in his eyes tells her there's so much more to this man. If only he can pen a happy ending for them both.