What Happens in the Ballroom
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New York Times bestselling author Sabrina Jeffries brings a fresh new hook to Regency romance with her series about three event planners who've rejected working as governesses to become party planners. This delightful, behind-the-scenes premise will appeal to fans of the Netflix hit Bridgerton, HBO's The Gilded Age, and readers of Julia Quinn, Lisa Kleypas, Madeline Hunter and Ella Quinn.
When members of theton's elite need to host a dazzling party, they call upon the planning services of Elegant Occasions---three young ladies who've put their talents for fashion, food, and music to excellent use. But while they excel in designing the perfect social event, love refuses to abide by any plan . . .
A youthful widow, Eliza Pierce is enjoying both freedom and financial success as part of Elegant Occasions. Then her late husband's best friend, Nathaniel Stanton, the Earl of Foxstead, hires Elegant Occasions to help another young widow of an officer become part of high society, and Eliza wonders why. Is the woman a relative? Or is she the earl's mistress and her adorable toddler his child? If so, why does he take Eliza in his arms every chance he gets . . .
Foxstead's family situation makes it difficult for him to marry, so his visceral attraction to Lieutenant Pierce's widow is an unwelcome complication. Sworn to secrecy concerning his friend's life in the army, Foxstead is trying to honor the man's last wishes, even when it means being around Eliza every day. But how can he resist when the fetching Eliza keeps tempting him to break his own rules? For if he dares to expose the truth, will she ever forgive him? Or will she banish him from her life forever . . .
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