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Scarlet Angel

Scarlet Angel

As the granddaughter of a highly placed French diplomat, Gabrielle de Brienne was a valuable political pawn. She was also the same Gabrielle who as a child had inadvertently taken from Cam Colbourne, Duke of Dyson, the two people he loved best in the world.

Highland Fire

Highland Fire

Granddaughter of Glenshiel, but illegitimate by birth, Caitlin Randal is an independent, shrewish, somewhat dowdy young woman, with many facets to her character. When this stubborn miss and the arrogant lord Iain Randal meet, there is a resounding clash of tempers.

Cherished

Cherished

This is the third book of a trilogy that follows the fortunes of three young members of the Devereux family as they escape from the violence of revolution-torn France to England and North America.

The Wordly Widow

The Worldly Widow

Annabelle Jocelyn preferred to keep men at a distance. Indeed, the young widow’s heart belonged to her business. But Annabelle’s plans went decidedly awry when she crossed paths with the rakish Earl of Dalmar…

Fallen Angel

Fallen Angel

If there was one man Madeleina never wanted to lay eyes on, it was the scoundrel who’d seduced her fashionably young stepmother and disgraced her beloved father. The spirited Scottish lass knew his name: Deveryn.

Passionate Prude / To Love and Earl

The Passionate Prude

When word reached Deirdre Fenton that her brother was pursuing the notorious actress Mrs. Dewinters, she immediately set about extricating her incorrigible sibling from his latest folly. But her brother had gone too far this time for his – or her – own good.

A Virtuous Lady

A Virtuous Lady

Briony Langland knew she wsa expected to take her place in England’s polite society. But the straight-laced Quaker miss had no patience for London’s constant social whirl of balls, soirĂ©es, and the dashing young blades who flocked around her.

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Bluestocking Bride

Catherine Harland, a sheltered country girl, possessed a passion for Greek letters. Hippolytus, she felt was the epitome of male virtue – high-minded, loft in his ideals, and completely the opposite of the rude and infuriating Marquis of Ruthereston, her family’s new neighbor.