by Patricia Wynn. The Earl of Linton was prepared to
destroy those who would lay claim to his family coat of arms,
but he discovers a country miss selling cherry trees.
Aim of a Lady,
by Laura Matthews. Diana Savile accidentally shot Lord
Alma with an arrow, an injury requiring several weeks
recuperation at the Park.
by Laura Matthews. The widowed Lady Coombs chose to support
herself and her adolescent daughter by becoming a shop owner.
But this not only undermined their position in society, it left
Alicia vulnerable to the unprincipled Sir Francis Tackar. Even
the attentions of Lord Stronbert were disturbing - to a woman
who had suffered in marriage.
Curious Courting, by Laura Matthews. Gareth wants
to build a hunting box on Selina's land - a reminder for Selina
of her previous engagement, and of the difficult time she's had
nursing her young cousin back to health. When Gareth appears to
intrude on the cousins' relationship, a merry tangle ensues.
by Laura Matthews.
Trelenny Storwood’s parents want her to marry their neighbor,
Cranford Ashwicke, but the young and vivacious Trelenny finds
Cranford dull and positively old (at twenty-eight).
Loving Seasons, by Laura Matthews. For three young
ladies just out of school, their first London Season was to be
the greatest adventure yet. Three years, three Seasons, and the
three girls become women, each discovering that the path to love
is full of twists and turns, upsets and triumphs.
Nomad Harp, by Laura Matthews. Glenna Forbes played the
harp exquisitely. Which was the major reason Philip Hobart had
asked her to marry him. And reassuring her aging father was
Glenna’s real reason for accepting. Everything changed when
the naval captain became a viscount, who expected a different
kind of wife than independent Miss Forbes.
by Laura Matthews.
Lady Jane had no intention of marrying her aunt’s godson just
because he was in need of an heiress, and Lord Rossmere had no
plans for marrying, either, until faced with the alarming
situation concerning Lady Jane’s sister.
by Laura Matthews. Once the Earl of Kinsford's equal in
society, Clarissa Driscoll refuses to let him browbeat her about
her interference in his siblings' lives.
Proper Match, by Sherry-Anne Jacobs.
Lady Graceover sends her niece Beatrice to London in search of a
suitable husband for the Dowager’s granddaughter Eleanor. But
as Eleanor has her own ideas about whom she will marry, the
Dowager is bound to be in for a surprise when her machinations
are put to the test.
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