Book Cover: Last Dance in London by Sydney Jane Baily
Part of the Regency Rakes on the Run series:
Editions:Kindle: $ 2.99Paperback: $ 13.99

From USA Today bestselling author Sydney Jane Baily comes an irreverent rogue and a brazen beauty in a sparkling, steamy Regency tale.

Jasper Ashton, the Earl of Marshfield, has enjoyed notoriety as London’s most rakish bachelor, and he’s placing a wager on his ability to stay single. Too bad for him, clever and impossibly desirable Julia Sudbury shows up in his bedroom.

Like a shadow, Julia slips from Mayfair’s ballrooms into the nobility’s private chambers where nothing is more appealing than a spare piece of jewelry. Earrings, necklaces, and cravat pins, oh my!

With Julia's bad behavior tarnishing his reputation in ways he’d never imagined, Jasper goes on the run to escape the brutal gossips shredding his family name.

It’s enough to make a cocky rake wish he were safely married! Who will tame whom?

Contains link to bonus Rakes on the Run 40,000-word complimentary novella!

Every Rakes on the Run novel contains a rakish rogue, a saucy beauty, a steamy story, and a satisfying ending.

HEAT INDEX:  Steamy sex with a few descriptive words.

Publisher: Cat Whisker Press

USA TODAY bestselling author Sydney Jane Baily writes historical romance with engaging characters, attention to period detail, and sensual romance ~ often with a touch of intrigue.

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With degrees in English literature and history, she has spent her entire professional career in publishing on both the editing and writing sides of the desk. She is also a world-renowned cat and dog snuggler, and proud mother of two.

A first-generation American daughter of Brits from either end of London, Sydney resides in Massachusetts with her family — human, feline, and canine. The rest of her extended family (Bailys and Garrards) live in the U.K. where she spent many happy childhood summers. She loves shandys, Maltesers, and anything from Harrod's food hall or in a Fortnum and Mason's basket.

You can learn more about her books, read her blog, and contact her via her website at She loves to hear from readers. You can also sign up for her Readers' Group and receive an occasional (not bothersome) newsletter along with a free book on her website.

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