This is a good story. After Miles was so instrumental in getting Lawrence and Juliet together and then causing trouble, it is fun to see him find his bride. There is an element of mystery and intrigue through this book and a bit of danger too.
There are four connected books that I know of, in order they are:
Desert Rogue (Lady Elizabeth Stanhope & Jonathan Wicke, brother to Lawrence Wicke, Duke of Deakin)
Diamond in the Rough (Jonathan's brother Lawrence, Duke of Deakin and Americdan heiress Juliet Jones)
Bed of Roses (Lady Alyssa Gray, of Graystone Abbey and Miles St. Alford, friend of Lawrence and prominent secondary character in Diamond in the Rough)
You and No Other (Earl of Graystone and Princess Cecile)
These can be read in any order, but you will enjoy Bed of Roses more if you read it before You and No Other.
An Angelic Lady
The last thing the beautiful and determinedly unmarried Lady Alyssa Gray wanted at her ancestral home was a man. Yet the Queen had heard bout the "haunting" of Graystone Abbey and was sending an emissary to investigate. Since Alyssa had been running the estate alone, the oddest things were happening. Now she would hav to cope with some high-born meddler too. . .
A Devilish Lord
Miles St. Aldford did not believe in specters, phantoms - or love. A rake and warrior, he preferred the thrills of battle to the restraints of marriage. When ordered to look for a ghost in rural Devon, he was thoroughly stunned to find a lady whose hevenly looks brought out the very devil in him...
A Havenly Passion
Now amid flickering lights in old towers and strange midnight riders, Miles and Allyssa found the most powerful unseen force of all - love. . .