Will maddening yet dashing John, from Kate Noble’s Winner Takes All series, be your #EternalBookBoyfriend?
Name: John Turner
Location: Regency Lincolnshire, England
Profession: Miller of flour
Height: His height allows him a commanding, if silent, presence
Body type: Muscled and strong from manual labour
Hair: Short dark hair, mussed from nervous raking
Eyes: Sharp, dark brown eyes
Dress sense: Suits and cravats, but most comfortable in clothes suitable for working the mill
In a nutshell: Learning from past mistakes, he hopes to renovate the family business to make an honest living in the country
Perfect match: An intelligent woman, eager to join his business as well as his bed…
Ideal date: A tour of the family windmill . . . which ends in the bedroom
Interests: Working hard at milling
Random fact: To win a wager, he swapped places with a Lord and fell in love with a Countess
Find him in: Kate Noble’s Winner Takes All series (The Game And The Governess, The Lie And The Lady)
From Kate Noble, part of the sensational writing team behind The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, comes the second novel in a sparkling and wickedly witty historical romance series that's part Trading Places, part Pride and Prejudice. Perfect for fans of Julia Quinn, Stephanie Laurens and Tessa Dare.
He once posed as a lord and fell for a lady. Can he win her heart all over again?
John Turner thought only of securing a bet when he swapped identities with his friend, the Earl of Ashby. He didn't wager on winning the fiery Countess of Churzy's heart with his lies, or falling for her in return.
On discovering the betrayal, the impoverished countess fled, and John believed Leticia was lost to him forever. Now fate has brought her to his doorstep, can he regain her trust - and love - this time as himself?
Intent on turning over a new leaf, Letty is determined to avoid Turner - and his maddening kisses. But some things are too intoxicating to be denied. If she turns her back on the dashing rogue again, will it be her last chance at true love?
Don't miss the first spectacular Winner Takes All book, The Game and the Governess.