Miss Melpomene Rand
escapes a life of boredom and
brutality by immersing herself in the
books her grandfather
left her. Then the Earl of Austell, like a
one of her books, comes to rescue her.
When Griselda's brother loses the family fortune to the
Fallon, she devises a plan to win it all
back. But to win a wager with
gamester, she must avoid falling in love with him.
Belinda is arranged to
marry the Duke of Romsdale, but
rather than acquiesce to tradition, she flees to Devon. She
soon discovers that
the Duke is in pursuit of her, and, disguised
as a gypsy, he's endeavoring to win
what he believes is his
birthright: her heart.
Duke of Landsdale and his mother are sent a written request
from the King
of England to take in and support the Comtesse
beautiful daughter, Tiri. The Duke's mother is enraged,
but the Duke
is suddenly smitten.
Temple, dimple-faced and lovely, sometimes has more pride
than sense. She even
shuns Lord Phillip's attempts to court her.
When she's plagued by financial
troubles, Lord Phillip may be the
only person who can help her, if only she
can overcome her
pride . . . and open her heart.
the sequel to "A
Lord Phillip Sandron
finally commits to what he
promised himself he would never
It was really Thalia who had changed his mind.
the former rake has much to
learn about marriage, and
hopefully he will learn it
all before the friends
and lovers of
his rakehell past come to ruin it.
Lovelace travels by carriage to seek solace in the home
of her Cousin
Lily. On the way,
the coach is attacked and a
handsome but wounded Marquess is left in
A mysterious traveler, Major Hilary Norman, comes to
Moira realizes that she has captured the interest
of both men.
birth, Alfreda's father substitutes her for a male so his
title will not be lost. Now an adult, she goes
on a search for the
indentity of her parents, and
she soon begins to discover things she
wishes she hadn't.
Clea Bradford’s Aunt, Lady Floss Dearborn, intends on
marrying off her
niece, though it’s no easy deed finding a
suitable parti for a young
lady who stands six feet of height,
not counting the golden halo of