My Lady Robin Hood
Penelope’s heart is torn. Her aunt’s charitble work among London’s poor has driven her to help. But as the Season begins, just knowing where her hat ribbons and lace embroidery come from–and the plights of those who make such fripperies to survive–is heartrending. At first, stealing from the rich seems like the perfect way to help. She’s not taking much. Just little pieces that she knows won’t be missed, from those who can afford it the most. Yes, her heart’s in the right place; too bad her methods could land her on the gallows!
The Earl of Granville doesn’t need an heiress, so Penelope’s lack of funds are of little concern. It’s her air of mystery that appeals to him the most. As the Season wears on, Niles is drawn ever closer to the lovely Penelope and her odd little habits. Niles is bound and determined to get to the bottom of all her secrets. Particularly since–with Penelope–this particular bottom will likely end tossed across his knee with skirts up and knickers down!