book 1

A Duke in the Night

Duke. Scoundrel. Titan of business. August  Faulkner is a man of many talents, not the least of which is enticing  women into his bedchamber. He’s known—and reviled—for buying and selling  companies, accumulating scads of money, and breaking hearts. It’s a  reputation he wears like a badge of honor, and one he intends to keep.

Clara  Hayward, the headmistress of the Haverhall School for Young Ladies, on  the other hand, is above reproach. Yet when she’s reunited with August  all she can think of is the way she felt in his arms as they danced a  scandalous waltz ten long years ago. Even though her head knows that he  is only back in her life to take over her family’s business, her heart  can’t help but open to the very duke who could destroy it for good. 

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The 2019 Romance Writers of America RITA Award Winner for Best Historical (short)

RT Book Reviews Top Pick & Seal of Excellence Nominee - 4 1/2 stars

"Bowen  strikes all the right chords with readers: touching emotional highs  with powerful storytelling. Readers will adore the dark playboy and the  smart, witty heroine who teaches him a lesson.  This is a book not only  to savor, but a keeper that will stay in your heart."

 -RT Book Reviews

All About Romance - A Desert Isle Keeper

"There’s  so much to love about A Duke in the Night.  The love story and lovely  tribute to early feminism are both fabulous and so well done.  Elegant,  romantic and engaging, A Duke in the Night is one of the best romance  novels of 2018."

   -AAR Book Reviews

Fresh Fiction - A February 2018 Fresh Pick

"A feminist romance with substance, intelligence, and sumptuous writing."

 -Fresh Fiction Reviews


Book 2

Last Night With the Earl


Earl. War hero. Notorious rake. After  the Battle of Waterloo, Eli Dawes was presumed dead - and would have  happily stayed that way. He's no longer the reckless young man he once  was, and only half as pretty. All he wants is to hide away in his  country home, where no one can see his scars. But when he tries to sneak  into his old bedroom in the middle of the night, he's shocked to find  someone already there.

Rose  Hayward remembers Eli as the arrogant lord who helped her late fiancé  betray her. Finding him stealing into her art studio doesn't correct her  impression. Her only thought is to get him to leave immediately. Yet  the tension between them is electric, and she can't help but be drawn to  him. He might be back from the dead, but it's Rose who is suddenly  feeling very, very much alive.

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"Skillfully crafted with intriguing characters, this historical romance will appeal to fans of Mary Balogh."

    -Publishers Weekly

"Last Night With the Earl pulses  with a lush romanticism, and its central characters' deep wounds give  the text a palpable yearning that will sweep you up into Bowen’s world  of compassionate souls who drop lines from Shakespeare and lose their s—  at the sight of a Titian painting."

   -Entertainment Weekly

"Readers  will sigh as these two wounded characters find the courage to overcome  their fears and the past, and find a way to face the future together." 

   -Romance Daily News

Fresh Fiction - A July 2019 Fresh Pick 

    -Fresh Fiction Reviews


book 3

A Rogue By Night

 Baron. Physician. Smuggler. Harland Hayward is living a double life as  an aristocrat by day and a criminal by night. As a doctor, Harland has  the perfect cover to appear in odd places in the dead of night, a cover  he uses to his advantage. He's chosen this life to save his family from  financial ruin, but he draws the line at taking advantage of the honest  and trustworthy Katherine Wright.

Katherine thought she was done  smuggling. Having finally convinced her ailing father and injured  brother to abandon their criminal pursuits, she’s returned to England to  help them escape to a new life—once she helps them fulfill their last  contract.  And that means working with Hayward, even when her instincts  tell her that becoming his ally may be a risk to her heart—as well as  her life. 

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'Readers who enjoy historical romance  seasoned with swashbuckling derring-do, adventure, and life-and-death  action are certain to be delighted with this marvelous novel.'

   -Shelf Awareness

'Two  intriguing, complex characters drawn to each other and kept apart by  multiple obstacles.  The highly satisfying ending is the type I don't  see every day."

   -Smart Bitches, Trashy Books

"An adventurous historical romance that ticks all the boxes!"

   -Fresh Fiction


A Devils of dover novella

Night of the Scoundrel


Can he trust her with his darkest secret?

Ruthless. Dangerous. Known simply as King. No one knows his true name or where he came from. And when he learns that the man who betrayed him has returned to London, King has only one goal:  vengeance.  But first, he must seek out an unlikely ally to aide him in his pursuit …. 

Adeline Archambault is as mysterious as she is beautiful. Exiled after the French Revolution, she’s determined to reclaim her birthright and deliver the justice that is owed her. King’s offer to help her, in exchange for her assistance, is a bargain she can’t refuse. But will this deal with a devil lead to a future she never dared hope for?

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All About Romance - A Desert Isle Keeper

Night of the Scoundrel answers all the questions readers had about King, delving deep into  the mind and heart of this fascinating character, and delivering a  complete and satisfying romance along the way. It brings in many of the characters from the Season for Scandal series and is all the more enjoyable because of the history readers  have with King in these other stories. It can be read as a stand-alone  but will be more fully appreciated if you are familiar with the previous books. 

    -AAR Book Reviews