Joan Wolf is the critically-acclaimed author of forty-seven novels written in numerous genres. Publisher’s Weekly has called her regencies “as delicious and addictive as dark, rich, Belgian chocolate,” and her other work, “Historical fiction at its finest.”
His Lordship's Mistress
Jessica O’Neill had made a desperate bid to save her family from ruin—and was likely to bring it on herself. Not only had she become a remarkable talent on the London stage, but she was sought by one of society’s darlings, the handsome, wealthy Earl of Linton—as his mistress.
“Joan Wolf always delivers a stellar reading experience…The latest treasure by Joan Wolf is The Guardian. Set in Regency England it is a tale about an extraordinary woman and how she deals with family secrets, deceit, and the great love of her life.” The Belles and Beaux of Romance
Books By Joan Wolf
“The Gamble is a treasure of a book…This is a keeper.” -Romantic Times
“Wolf’s Regency historicals are as delicious and addictive as dark, rich Belgian chocolates." -Publisher’s Weekly