Lady Be Good

Wynette, Texas #2
January 18, 2011
Avon Books
Available in: Paperback, Audio, e-Book, Trade Size (reprint)

Lady Be Good

A British Lady

Lady Emma Wells-Finch, the oh-so-proper headmistress of England’s St. Gertrude’s School for Girls, is a woman on a mission — she has two weeks to lose her reputation. Arriving in Texas with skirts flying, umbrella pointing, and beautiful mouth issuing orders, she knows only one thing will save her from losing everything she holds dear: complete and utter disgrace!

A Texas Rascal

World-famous playboy-athlete Kenny Traveler has kickedup his boot heels one too many times, and now he’s suspended from the sport he loves. Only one thing will restore his career: complete and utter respectability! Unfortunately, he’s been blackmailed into chauffeuring bossy, single-minded Lady Emma, and she’s hell-bent on visiting honkytonks, chasing down tattoo parlors, and worse.. lots worse.

Love, All-American Style

When a gorgeous man who can’t afford another scandal meets a hardheaded woman who’s determined to cause one, anything can happen. But love? Oh, dear. That’s impossible.That’s outrageous. That’s… inevitable!

Originally published February 1999 and reissued June 2004 in mass market paperback.

“[Susan Elizabeth Phillips is]…the queen of romantic comedy. You can’t go wrong with Phillips.” Columbus Dispatch

“…well-written, funny, sexy, and altogether satisfying.” Publishers Weekly

“Next to Tracy and Hepburn, nobody does romantic comedy better than Susan Elizabeth Phillips.” Minneapolis Star Tribune

“…offbeat, hilarious, and entertaining contemporary romance.” Library Journal

“Susan Elizabeth Phillips’ patented sexy humor explodes once more in her newest audience pleaser.” Romantic Times

“Susan Elizabeth Phillips, queen of the screwball romance…” Detroit Free Press

Top Ten Favorite Book of the Year, Romance Writers of America (#1 ranking)
Finalist, RITA Award, Single Title Contemporary Romance, 1999
Best Books of 1999, Library Journal
Top Ten Favorite Writer 1999, Affaire De Coeur

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