Together at last! Three witty, fun-filled Regency novels you'll love to read... What Reviewers are saying... "...splendid... witty... complete with eccentric characters and highly amusing antics." ~RT Book Reviews. "...comparable to notable Regency author Marian Devon." ~Romantic Times BookClub Reviews Includes... RULES FOR A LADY If a lady is to become a Countess, there are rules... #1: A lady does not attempt to come out in London society disguised as her deceased half-sister. #2: A lady does not become enamored of her guardian; even when his masterful kisses tempt her beyond all endurance. #3: A lady may not engage in fisticuffs even if it is to rescue street urchins. MAJOR WYCLYFF'S CAMPAIGN Lady Sophia has seen enough death and loss in the military hospital to last her a lifetime. So, when the wildly handsome Major Anthony Wycylff, whom she's been caring for these past months, is given no hope of survival, she grants him his fondest wish—her promise to marry. Then the blasted man recovers! MISS WOODLY'S KISSING EXPERIMENT Caroline Woodley is no heiress. Indulged by her father who allows her to help with his scientific experiments, Caroline is conducting an experiment of her own. A Kissing Experiment. Of course, Geoffrey Rathburn, Earl of Tallis is happy to assist. The real question is: can he win her heart as she has won his?
Desperate to escape a loveless marriage and society's constraints, pampered heiress Sophia Hathaway jilts her groom, packs up her paints and sketchbook, and assumes a new identity, posing as a governess to secure passage on the Aphrodite. She wants a life of her own: unsheltered, unconventional, uninhibited. But it's one thing to sketch her most wanton fantasies, and quite another to face the dangerously handsome libertine who would steal both her virtue and her gold. To any well-bred lady, Benedict "Gray" Grayson is trouble in snug-fitting boots. A conscienceless scoundrel who sails the seas for pleasure and profit, Gray lives for conquest but will this counterfeit governess prove to be a rogue's redemption? Book two of Tessa Dare's sparkling Regency Trilogy. Other books in this series are: Goddess of the Hunt and Lady of Persuasion
A comprehensive guide that defines the literature and the outlines the best-selling genre of all time: romance fiction. • A core collection list in chronological order • An exhaustive bibliographic listing of romance titles • Research materials and a brief history of the genre • Indexes organized by author, title, and subject
A handsome and reclusive horse breeder, Spencer Dumarque, the fourth Duke of Morland, has a reputation as the dashing "Duke of Midnight." Each evening he selects one lady for a breathtaking midnight waltz. But none of the ladies of the ton catch his interest for long, until Lady Amelia d'Orsay tries her luck. In an effort to get the Duke to forgive her brother's debts, Amelia claims the duke's dance. But she is playing a dangerous game with a notorious rake... The first novel in Tessa Dare's delightful Stud Club trilogy. Other titles in this series are Twice Tempted by a Rogue and Three Nights with a Scoundrel. Rouge Romance - your first stop for romance books
This carefully crafted ebook: “WILD WEST TRILOGY” is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. Her Prairie Knight – Miss Beatrice Lansell is a high society lady from the East who goes to Montana for a visit to her brother's ranch. She is accompanied by Sir Redmond, a noble Englishman keen to marry her, but flirty Beatrice is not drawn to the idea of marriage. Her situation is getting more complicated when she meets a handsome cowboy neighbor, Keith Cameron. Lonesome Land – Valeria is a snobby girl from the East who arrives in Montana to marry Manley Fleetwood, the man she has been engaged to for three years. Valeria has done all she could to learn to be a good wife to a cowboy, but it seems that Manley is not a man for her anymore. She is unhappy until she meets and befriends Kent. The Uphill Climb – Josephine is a mysterious woman from back East, who has been thrown from her horse and has a badly sprained ankle. She gets rescued by Ford, wild but kind-hearted cowboy with a thing for whiskey, who seems to have got married the night before. Bertha Muzzy Bower (1871-1940) was an American author who wrote novels and short stories about the American Old West. She is best known for her first novel “Chip of the Flying U” about Flying U Ranch and the "Happy Family" of cowboys who lived there. The novel rocketed Bower to fame, and she wrote an entire series of novels set at the Flying U Ranch. Several of Bower's novels were turned into films.
The bastard son of a nobleman, Julian Bellamy is now polished to perfection, enthralling the ton with wit and charm while clandestinely plotting to ruin the lords, ravish the ladies, and have the last laugh on a society that once spurned him. But meeting Leo Chatwick, a decent man and founder of the exclusive Stud Club, and Lily, Leo's enchanting sister, made Julian reconsider his wild ways. When Leo's tragic murder demands that Julian hunt for justice, he vows to see the woman he secretly loves married to a man of her own class. Lily, however, has a very different husband in mind. She's adored Julian forever, loves the man beneath the rakish facade, and his insistence on marrying her off only reinforces her intent to prove he is the only man for her. The final part in Tessa Dare's delightful Stud Club trilogy. Other titles in this series are One Dance with a Duke and Twice Tempted by a Rogue. Rouge Romance - your first stop for romance books
An original mapping of women's writing in the 1940s and 1950s, this book looks at Englishness and national identity in women's writing and includes writing from Scotland, Wales, Ireland the Indian subcontinent and Africa. The authors discussed include Virginia Woolf, Daphne Du Maurier, Doris Lessing and Muriel Spark.
Your presence is requested at a wedding deception. After orchestrating a scandalous high-society ruse, Lady Jeannette Brantford is banished from her family’s estate in England and sent to live with boring elderly cousins in the Irish countryside. But Jeannette’s exile is surprisingly eventful. En route to her dreaded destination, she encounters Darragh O’Brien, a devilishly handsome architect who transforms Jeannette’s punishment into a delicious whirlwind of wits, words, and undeniable passion. Although no less than a duke could satisfy a lady of her status, Jeannette is unable to extinguish the burning desire she has for Darragh’s smoldering looks and sizzling kisses. Little does she know, her dashing Irishman is no commoner. He’s the eleventh Earl of Mulholland–and he’s thoroughly enjoying the irresistible game of hard-to-get. But before he reveals his true identity, a little temptation and trickery are in order to teach his fair lady a lesson or two about love. From the Paperback edition.