Book List:18 titles
  • in A Mother's Love - 1997

    Mothers and love go together, no matter what the century. This delightful Regency collection gathers together a beautiful bouquet of Regency romances selected especially for Mother's Day... Violet Hamilton's "Change of Heart" proves that a widowed...


  • As the secret author of her brandy-benumbed father's London newspaper column, Leslie Danforth had to fend for herself far more than a lady should. Which was why she was exceedingly grateful to the two gentlemen who rescued her from the advances of an...


  • Gwyneth Winword swooned - and then she slapped Major Giles Fitzalen-Hill. The handsome, haughty British officer seemed to think that one stolen kiss would make her breathless. Well, in truth, it did, but Gwyneth would sooner die than admit it. Never ...


  • in A Mother's Delight

    En route to London in search of her long-lost mother, Gillian makes the acquaintance of an enigmatic gentleman. He offers to aid her in her search, but in the process will he also steal her heart?...


  • HE WAS AN OFFICER...BUT WAS HE A GENTLEMAN? The calendar said Spring, but a cold wind chilled Dorsetminster's daffodils and Miss Fabia Thurston. Yearning for her balmy childhood home in the West Indies, the nineteen-year-old orphan took a misstep ...


  • in A June Courtship

    When her sister runs off with a colonel, Susan must wed the Earl of Alfriston in her stead. The marriage of convenience flames into romance when Susan falls in love. But does her handsome husband share her sentiments?...


  • SHE DEFIED CONVENTION Surely it would be the lesser of two evils! To escape an arranged marriage to a hateful suitor, Miranda Houghton fled her father's home...and ran off with Peter Worthington instead. He promised, at least, to be a thoughtful h...


  • in A Valentine's Day Treasure

    Annabel Maitland laughed at the legend which said that the first eligible gentleman to cross the threshold on Valentine's Day would be her husband. Until Charles Fitzherbert stepped through the door......


  • in A Christmas to Cherish

    A Christmas house party had seemed just the thing, until murder entered the scene. Now Arabella Stapleton was worried about losing her heart...and her life!...






  • LOVE LOST The impertinence of the man! Their broken engagement years ago had been a result of Tony Everely's roving way with women, and Francey had no intention of accepting his attentions a second time. As a society hostess of the first order, she w...


  • A LOVELORN LADY In an attempt to recover from the rumors surrounding her jilted engagement, lively Jennifer Dryden hoped to find sanctuary in the calming atmosphere of the blue-washed coast of Cornwall. Instead, a passionate kiss en route in the arm...


  • in Christmas Holiday

    When war hero Nicholas Farris comes home for the holidays, he is disconcerted to find that the worshipful tomboy he left behind has grown into a most desirable young lady....


  • A BANKER'S DAUGHTER Katherine Wilde congratulated herself. She bad neatly sidestepped her father's demand that she accept young Pemberton's timid proposal by mentioning the attentions she'd received, from Simon Stafford, the Marquis of Staines. He...


  • AN ARTIST'S HEART Esme Sedgewick had always been indifferent to men, having devoted her passions to her painting, but the libertine Duke of Milbourne infuriated her as no other man could. He had accosted her on the stairway of the notorious courte...


  • HE WAS NO GENTLEMAN Lovely, titian-haired Verity Howard had disliked & womanizing Capt. Alastair Glendenning on sight, despite her brother's admiration. She was all too familiar with men of his stamp--men like the stepfather she had fled to Brussels...


  • From the moment Ariel first looked into the hot, smouldering eyes of Captain Ian Montague, she knew he was exactly the sort of hell-raising scoundrel she most abhorred. So when she was unwittingly compromised through his disreputable pursuits, she wa...


  • INNOCENT RUNAWAY Disguised as a boy, Melissa Mansfield had thought to stow away in the carriage of an elderly couple who would surely sympathize with her tales of misfortune. But instead she hid in the wrong carriage-and found herself in dangerous...


  • A PATRIOT'S HONOR As the belle of Philadelphia, spirited Sarah Ravensham had no fondness for the hateful British. But as a patriotic American, it was her duty to convey a certain document safely into the hands of Britain's prime minister--even if ...