Book List:26 titles



  • Aus Band 1: Maximilian ist ein Milliardär mit einem unglaublichen Charisma. Attraktiv. Charmant. Gut gebaut. Dominant. Er ist ein Mann, der den Kampfsport perfekt beherrscht. In geheimer Mission sogar für den MI5 und MI6 arbeitet. Aber für eine Eh...


  • Lady Francesca de Lisle outrages the Winchester elite when, under the penname of Lady Alethia, she writes a column for the local newspaper describing the antics, rivalries, and peccadilloes of the most prominent social families. ------------- The D...


  • The Duke of Stratton agreed to marry Candida Wellesley sight unseen. He had looked at the size of her fortune, and since wealth was what he sought in a bride, he asked for no portrait so that he might judge her beauty. And since the Duke had neve...


  • Lord Childs, her best friend's guardian, was a cold, brooding aristocrat who disapproved of Lucilla's boldness. And he told her so. She visited fortune-tellers, appeared uninvited in his stables, and invaded his library. But all his admonitions ha...


  • Sir Michael Monford had seen her before... when he rescued her from the drunken embrace of a customer at the Crown tavern and when she had sold him fragrances at the shop called Maison Castle. Would he recognize her now in her new finery when she ...


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    The Marquis of Peterborough had kissed Juliana in public -- in order to win a bet. Now, she was the subject of another, even more degrading wager. His gambling companions had given him six months to win her hand in marriage. Juliana was new to the wa...






  • They were twins who looked exactly alike--to strangers. Those who loved them recognized the spirit in Serenity's eyes, the gentleness in Sylyana's. But Ashen Svlyana was invited by her godmother, who'd not seen her in four years, to come to London fo...


  • Lord Desmond Shayne had gallantly rescued Jessica Court from highwaymen and had made her feel welcome in his home. Now he had asked Jessica's help as he struggled to win the hand of the beautiful Lady Olivia. Jessica knew Olivia to be as heartles...


  • Sir Andrew Grantley had saved Beth's life when he reined in her startled runaway horses. He was handsome, charming, and when his blue eyes met her own amber ones, Beth Merridew had instantly fallen in love. But Sir Andrew's family had fallen on ha...


  • When her father dies without leaving a male heir, Miss Lucy Stanton is forced to leave her ancestral home and live with her grandfather, Prince Virinsky. The late Sir Charles Stanton had written to his estranged father-in-law Prince Kuragin in Ru...


  • The Duke of Lyveden needed a wife--but which of three eligible ladies of the Ton would be most suitable? The best way to choose, he decided, was to arrive in London with a fraudulent fiancee--and judge the ladies' true characters by how they behav...


  • Sir Edward Fairmount had decided had decided that his daughter Valeria must marry Perry Adaire. Despite her own opposition to the match, Sir Edward took her to Vienna, where Perry's regiment was stationed, to make sure the betrothal took place. I...


  • Sir Hugh Abingdon was not the sort of man a properly bred youn girl would dare to meet alone... so Phyllida brought her chaperone. That was not enough for Bath society. To quiet the ensuing scandal, Phyllida was sent off to France into the protecti...


  • It was a man against maid, wide against will a fiery free-for-all, a wonderful match. Sir D'Arcy Rawnsley was unaccustomed to being challenged - especially by an assertive young miss who raced along country roads alone, rowed herself through dang...



  • The Duke of Strathavon had the ladies of Bath all agog. But not Davinia Sinclair. He did not frighten her, even when he chased her from her perch in an apple tree on his estate. His newly acquired wealth did not impress her; for she did not seek ...


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    The Comte de la Valle was a spy. Of that, Harriet Willoughby was certain. H ewas the same man who, dressed as a smuggler, had accosted her on the marsh and had dared to claim a kiss as the price of her passage. He had the same disturbing gray eyes. ...


  • Sir Max Fitwarren, the dashing and disreputable nobleman, had betrayed the love of her dear friend Clementine, so the beautiful Lady Leonora Pagett conceived a scheme to win his heart - and break it in revenge. And if the man she really loved grew a...


  • She has been taught more about horses than men. How could she judge the sincerly of suitor? ----------------------- UK Edition The Earl of Templecombe had dared to kiaa Miranda Melbury at their first meeting. Perhaps he had been provoked - she ...


  • The Duke of Lexburgh - that was what Charles Somerford intended to be. And he intended that the beautiful Lady Lucinda should be his bride. But Lucinda was in love with a man whose entire face she had never seen: his hair was blue-black, his eyes gr...


  • The Marquis of Rossington was a libertine. The ladies of the London ton and the Versailles court loved him far too well for their own good and learned too late that he loved no one. To this handsome, bitter man, Sir John Lawley had, by mistake, assi...


  • The Duke of Westhampton had a wife in the country -- and a mistress in town. This suited the Duke of Westhampton, but his young wife, whom he'd wed and tucked away on his estate with scarcely a second glance was not pleased. So, being as audacious ...


  • The Earl of Saltaire had a reputation as a rakehell, an abductor and ravisher of women, a dandy and a demon on horseback. Much of what was said about him was true. Then what lady of means and of irreproachable character would consider marrying him --...