Book List in Order:8 titles

  • In Regency England, Beau Brummell stood as the uncrown king of genteel Society. Whatever he wore was the height of 'fashion. Wherever he went was the place to be. And the last place one would expect to find him was in the middle of a murder mystery. ...


  • In Regency England, Beau Brummell stood as the uncrowned king of genteel Society. Whatever he wore was the height of, fashion. Wherever he went was the place to be. And the last place one would expect to find him was in the middle of a murder mystery...


  • In Regency England, Beau Brummell stood as the uncrowned king of genteel Society. Whatever he wore was the height of fashion. Wherever he went was the place to be. And the last place one would expect to find him was in the middle of a murder mystery....


  • In Regency England, Beau Brummell stood as the uncrowned king of genteel Society. Whatever he wore was the height of fashion. Wherever he went was the place to be. And the last place one would expect to find him was in the middle of a murder mystery....


  • MARGERY VOWS TO HAVE A MERRY CHRISTMAS. EVEN IF IT KILLS HER! The yuletide season has always cursed Lady Margery Forteseue with bad luck. This year the cottage roof caves in. So she reluctantly accepts an invitation to a house party - only to be a...


  • THEY WERE DRAWN TOGETHER BY FATE, FELICITY--AND FELINES!Miss Daphne Kendall, infuriated at the mistreatment of a lovely cat, rushed to save the poor creature. But for Lord Ravenswood--a man determined never to let any woman influence him beyond commo...


  • HE WOULD TAKE THE HOUSE...AND THE LADY! When Verity Pymbroke inadvertently rented her London house to Lord Carrisworth, she broke one of her most stringent rules--condoning the presence of a rake. Clearly, the man was a practiced scoundrel. The se...


  • SHE WAS AN AUDACIOUS MISS -- AND CLEARLY EVERYTHING HE DIDN'T WANT! Giles Vayne, the eighth Duke of Winterton, was rich, handsome, and arrogant enough to assume that every eager mother was throwning her daughter at him. He was right, of course. ...