Cordelia Falconer is back in England after a fifteen-year absence, just in time for her sister’s betrothal to a stickler for propriety. Unfortunately, Cordelia has a scandalous reputation, and her brothers are busy gambling and drinking, so the wedding might not happen at all—unless Cordelia can pretend, for a few weeks, that she’s respectable.
While gathering research for the puzzles she sells to newspapers, Vivian, the widowed Viscountess Rowden, literally stumbles across the arrogant Duke of Whitley.
Felicity Abbot is frustrated at yet another London Season denied her. So dreadfully unfair. When an opportunity arises to defy her parents and Society, she sneaks off—unchaperoned—to the neighbors’ party. Surely no one will notice her in the crowd. Now she can finally see what all the fuss is about.
Returning home from another trip abroad, Collin Crawford, met the enchanting governess of his two precocious nieces.
Lady Cassandra Woods thinks her aunt, who refused to marry and lives life on her own terms and defiant in the face of society, is the perfect model to follow.
An anthology of Christmas Regency stories.
The Duke of Gilchrest spends his days restoring his inheritance, raising his two young sons, and forging a path past his guilt over his wife’s death. Then one night he catches a thief breaking into his bedroom, and his well-ordered world is turned upside down.
Lady Olivia Worthington has had some ill-fated ideas in the past. This, however, might well take the prize for the worst.
One Marquess. One debutante. One waltz. And Miss Daisy Vincent’s first season will never be the same.
Practical Caroline Saxon must travel to London for the season, when all she really wants is to stay in Ireland and breed horses. But a carriage accident leaves her unchaperoned at a posting inn.