Book List:30 titles
  • Angela had been born and brought up in Spain, and in the Spanish way it had been arranged that she make a highly suitable marriage with Don Felipe Martinez. But half of Angela was English, and the English do not take very kindly to such arbitrary arr...


  • When Charlotte inherited a large house in Cornwall, she was not at all sure what to do with it - until Richard Tremarth made an offer for it, and Charlotte decided that the one thing she would not do was sell! As a child Charlotte had known Richar...


  • Humphrey Lestrode had not wanted a female chauffeur, and he had only taken on Frederica Wells because at the time he had no alternative. But it was the behaviour of her family that was causing Frederica the most embarrassment in her new job!...


  • Melanie had considered Wroxford Priory her home, until the arrival of the new heir. It soon became obvious that Sir Luke knew nothing about her being the ward of his late uncle, and it wasn't long before Melanie moved out in a huff. but she was soon ...


    • 1967
    • / Contemporary Romance
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    "It's not your problem," Victoria told Sir Peter She knew they couldn't continue to take advantage of his hospitality. When Victoria had suddenly found herself jobless and responsible for a small orphaned boy, Sir Peter had generously provided ...


  • The tall, dark, angry Austrian who helped Samantha Rivers after a skiing accident -- and gave her a blistering telling-off in the process! -- was, Samantha thought and hoped, just a 'ship that passed in the night'. She never expected or wanted to...


  • Carole was outraged and very resentful James Pentallon was handsome, rich and much sought after. Still, there was no reason for him to use Carole as he did. In danger of being trapped into marriage by a beautiful, tenacious widow, he convenient...


    • 1966
    • / Contemporary Romance
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    Cathleen went to Venice to search for her missing sister, and got "taken up" by the charming Count Paul de Rini and his sister. But was Paul really interested in her-or did the fact that he thought she was an heiress have anything to do with it? One ...


  • Charles Leydon caused a stir in more ways than one when he arrived at Leydon Hall -- and Alison Fairlie became nurse as well as caretaker when the Master of Leydon fell sick. ...






  • She feared losing her job--and love Edwina Sands had her work cut out for her, trying to cope with her rebellious charge, Tina Errol--as she received little support from Tina's indulgent guardian. Yet she enjoyed the child and the challenge. Co...


  • When Noel took a job as companion to the teenage ward of rich Gerard de Freer in a fairytale Austrian castle, she had expected to be able to cope with a rebellious sixteen-year-old. But the real problem turned out to be Gerard's difficult, jealous ho...


  • Would her visit end in a lifetime stay? Lois Tarrant, a model for an exclusive London designer, flew to Madrid to deliver a trousseau to a wealthy Spanish bride, and intended returning to London the following day. A brief trip, she thought, but sh...


  • Toni Darcy as stranded, penniless and alone, when Kurt Antoine offered her a job in his new hotel in the Austrian Tyrol. It seemed at first the answer to her problems -- until she realized that she had incurred the enmity of the hotel's beautiful m...


    • 1963
    • / Contemporary Romance
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    Dallas was afraid to let herself dream! Dallas Drew was the youngest and prettiest nurse at the hospital, and certainly the most inexperienced. Naturally, when the glamorous and popular Dr. Martin Loring became a patient there, she wasn't allowed ...


    • 1962
    • / Contemporary Romance
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    Paul Avery was only a waiter-yet he owned a delightful country cottage, and indulged in the most expensive tastes. Lucy was intrigued by him; her employer, a member of an exiled royal family, frowned on him. Which of them was right?...


  • Perhaps it was a little mischievous of Liane Daly to "lend" Stephanie a Paris flat that did not belong to her, but Liane's action had far-reaching consequences. For when the flat's rightful owner, an immensely rich and glamorous French count, surpr...


  • He was almost a stranger to her. April's first job in Spain came to a rather dramatic end, leaving her stranded in Madrid without money. So she could hardly refuse Don Carlos's offer of help. His family was aghast at his interest in her, especiall...


  • 'My dear Kathie, My godson, the Marques de Barrateira, and his stepmother have arrived unexpectedly, several days before I was looking forward to having them. I would like you, dear child, to come and join us for the weekend, and I hope this won't up...


    • 1958
    • / Contemporary Romance
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    It was Elizabeth Waring's last night on the Costa Brava. The place was beautiful and romantic, and her holiday had been pleasant, but... nothing special had happened, and tomorrow she must go back to London and look for work. And then the miracle too...


  • He was a famous Parisian doctor, re- puted to know all that was to be known about the human heart, and doubtless few people could fault him on the goings on of auricles and ventricles, the superior and inferior, vena cava. And to judge by the way wom...


    • 1957
    • / Contemporary Romance
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    Could their new love compete with the old? After lonely years of raising her daughter, Caro was free to begin a new life. Her quest for change led her to Switzerland--and to tentative bliss in marriage to the handsome Dr. Lucien Andreas. Her ha...


  • "It's a mistake for you to work here." While old Mr. Martingale was her boss, Lindsay hadn't minded working in the hotel that had once been her family home. Now Philip Summers had taken over......


  • The visit to Switzerland was an important one for the Holt sisters, for Lisa was to undergo, at the hands of a famous surgeon, an operation the success or failure of which would decide her whole future. Virginia, accompanying her, did not guess that ...


  • Lucy wasn't sure of her feelings. Sir John gave his invalid daughter, Miranda, all that money could buy -- but the child craved love. As her nurse, Lucy became the object of Miranda's affections -- reluctantly, because her position was only temporary...


  • How could she be sure of him? When Karen collapsed in his arms at the railway station, lain Mackenzie had been more than gentlemanly. He had insisted she regain her health at his lovely Highland estate. But Karen wasn't only grateful for his ki...


    • 1955
    • / Contemporary Romance
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    Peta, young orphan with a background of vagabond life on the Continent, made a disconcerting addition to Geoffrey Wentworth's austere bachelor household--and he did not scruple to tell her so! It was not until he had driven her away to the attract...


  • HE WAS DETERMINED BUT SO WAS SHE. Commander Roger Merlin wasted no time putting his plan into action. He offered to buy Eve's inheritance, Treloan Manor, before she had even seen it! But she had no intention of selling the Georgian mansion-especia...


  • Richard Trenchard was accustomed to having his own way, especially with women. Even his sister had to relinquish her valued secretary, Melanie, to be a companion for his niece. Melanie herself was given no choice in the matter. However, since his nie...


  • Stacey knew that Dr. Martin Guelder had married her only to give her the protection of his name and the right to live in his house, and that all he expected of her in return was that she act as hostess and housekeeper for him. Emotion was not suppose...






  • To go from the shelter and seclusion of an English boarding-school to the vastness and glitter of London, a beautiful estate in Westmorland and the dreaming palaces of Venice - and to be surrounded by every comfort that money can buy - what a transfo...