Lois Arvin Walker borned in 1951, was a published romance writer since the early 80's, who wrote under her real name and under the pseudonyms of Rebecca Ashley, Sabrina Myles, and Candice Adams.

Book List in Order: 13 titles

  • HE PITIED THE POOR SOD WHO LOST HIS HEART TO THIS AUDACIOUS MISS.... Though fate had made them co-inheritors of a mill in Manchester, Arabella Fairingdale's plea for funds to improve the appalling working conditions met with Lord Ridgeton'...


  • WITH HER FLAMING HAIR, FLASHING EYES, AND OUTSPOKEN WAYS, SHE WAS A PRIME EXAMPLE OF THOSE CONFOUNDING IRISH. Molly Mill's plan to return to her native Ireland did not include a handsome stranger appearing at her door, announcing that the heirloom...


  • DIGGING, AMONG THE BURIED RUINS SHE FOUND THE MOST PRICELESS TREASURE OF ALL... Although some considered her spinster life dull. Elinor Wentworth was quite comfortable designing ladies fashions, attending a London rout or two, and listening to th...


  • SHE HAD NOT MATURED TO SEVEN-AND-TWENTY WITHOUT LEARNING THAT ROMANCE WAS A FLEETING THING.... If only she had not developed a tendre for William Haversly -- her fierce enemy since the duel in which he shot her brother. To make matters worse, Fion...


  • HAD HER HUSBAND LED A SECRET LIFE FULL OF DANGER AND SPIES...? Though a widow of only four months, Lady Cornelia Devenish vowed to carry on the grand tradition of her husband's magnificent estate. But the sudden appearance of Edwin Sorrels, an...


  • HOW COULD SHE WED AN ENGLISHMAN? SHE KNEW LITTLE OF THE ENGLISH AND EVEN LESS OF MEN! As much as Priscilla Springton longed to remain in India, her parents insisted on a proper English marriage. They'd even picked the groom! Priscilla, however, wa...


  • IT WAS LAND SHE PRIZED MOST DEARLY... ONLY TO FIND THAT LOVE MADE THE GRASS GROW GREENER. Really, it was quite shocking. Wexham Farm was a discredit to the countryside and ruined the effect of Cynthia Thornbury's carefully tended land next door. I...


  • WED AND WIDOWED BY A WASTREL. SHE WAS ALL ALONE IN THE WORLD. The last person Katie Marshall expected to meet at Belham Manor was Lord Wellesy, the man she had rejected to marry her rakehell husband. Bitter yet still strangely attracted to Ka...


  • When Caroline Norton sped to Dorset to comfort her recently widowed niece, Melissa, she never imagined she'd encounter the devil incarnate in Melissa's own brother-in-law. The arrogant earl of Devlon had torn himself away from the ton and come to ...






  • She brought herself up short. All this daydreaming was pointless. She, Daphne Brown, the virtually penniless daughter of a late Devonshire Squire, had come to London to seek employment, not high society. Lord Stranham would no more fall in love with ...


  • She'd married in haste, repented at leisure, and now she was widowed withal. Beautiful auburn-haired Alamina Wilson could have set the ton on its ear, but she was done with the business of love -- until dashing Lord Arrelly took her life in his h...


  • Ever the spitfire, never the wife. Just as well, too, for Miss Julia Weston , in all her 24 years, had never found a man she wanted to spend 10 minutes with, let alone a lifetime. So what in the name of heaven was she doing at Grayhall, Lord Brand...


  • Her father was a roguish vagabond. She had been educated by a highborn strumpet, and for as long as she could remember, she had lived with old Mrs. Worthing, the housekeeper of Meadowacres. Her future lay in the servants' hall, until the day L...