The Seventh Suitor, by Laura Matthews. Kate had refused
the suit of the Earl of Winterton's brother--but then
surprisingly accepted a legacy from him when he died in the
Miranda!, by Joan Smith. Lady Miranda Wetherby
agrees to accompany her neighbor to London for Miss Hazard's
belated comeout. London is a dangerous place for a beautiful
young widow, where more than one charming fellow is interested
only in dalliance or worse.
by Joan Smith. Some issues remain between
Prudence Mallow and Lord Dammler. Is he indeed a rake and
immoral hedonist? Is she a prudish, intolerant stick-in-the-mud?
His play is a roaring success - but so is her
"anonymous" book mocking the folly of London society
Savage Lord Griffin,
by Joan Smith.
Lord Griffin, who disappeared into the Brazilian jungle five
years ago, returns to claim his fiancée.
Christmas Spirit, by Patricia Wynn. Matthew Dunstone,
tormented by fevered nightmares in his illness, believes he has
conjured up an elf named Francis—and his beautiful sister
on the Box, by Patricia Wynn. Cecily Wolverton has been
done out of her inheritance by her cousin Alfred, and Jack
Henley has been temporarily disowned by his father because of
his gambling debts.
Sophie's Diamonds, by Joan Smith. Claudia Milmont has
lived most of her life with puritanical grandparents, so when
her cantankerous Aunt Sophie dies, she's thrilled to help her
cousin try to retrieve them.
Lady, by Carola Dunn. Hester Godric's grandfather was in
trade, but her stepmother had taught her to be a lady--before
leaving Hester with four half-siblings to raise.
Lesley-Anne McLeod. Lady
Genia Brierley is trapped by poverty. Lord Wessington's return
to society coincides with a time of crisis in her pitiable
family. He offers himself as her rescuer. She can only wonder
of Trade, by Lesley-Anne
and title can have no common ground. Manufacturer's daughter
Dinah Driffield believes it; aristocrat Sebastian Delamain,
Viscount Holly does not. Somehow he must teach her that love
breaks all the rules.
Rake's Reflection, by
Lesley-Anne McLeod. When
a servant’s subterfuge manipulates the meeting of Miss
Cordelia Tyninghame with the rakish 5th Earl of Torgreave Rupert
Manningford, a family secret is revealed which changes her life
and his forever.
Major, by Lesley-Anne McLeod. The
last thing Clementina widowed Countess wants to do is fall in
love. Then she meets
Gideon Rhyle, wounded "giant" of the 11th Dragoons.
If she accepts his help, can she fail to accept his love?
Moonless Night, by
Joan Smith. When two dashing gentlemen--the thoughtful Mr.
Benson and the arrogant Lord Sanford--arrived to stay at Bolt
Hall, Marie Boltwood knew one was a British agent--but who was
Ardent Lady Amelia, by
Lady Amelia Cameron found Lord Verwood highly suspicious with
his fake limp and the fact that no one in society knew him.
My Heart, by Joan Smith.
Mab Anderson inadvertently found herself the leader of a
smuggling group--and sought by government agent Sir Stamford
by Laura Matthews.
Was marrying Elspeth Parkstone the solution to Lord Greywell's
torn allegiances--his diplomatic skills needed in
, but his infant heir sickly?
The Man in the Green
Coat, by Carola Dunn.
A dying English spy gives Gabrielle Darcy a message for The Man in
the Green Coat, and though Gabrielle and Everett are attracted,
they are also suspicious of each other.
Captain Rakehell, by Lynn Michaels. Amanda Gilbertson was
hiding from her father’s choice for her fiancé when she
encountered black-masked Captain Rakehell at midnight in the
Fancy, by Laura Matthews. Most bridegrooms aren't called
“an insufferable toad” the day after their wedding, but Lady
Clayborne had severe provocation.
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