The Languid Lord Devin is taken aback when the petite Miss Chatterton accuses him of selling an unfit horse. Then she foists a half-dead kitten on him. But his fiancée dislikes animals and she hates Horace the Cat. Where will it all end?
She has blazing red hair and the temperament to go with it. But she loves her twin brother and to get him a job in the diplomatic service talks her way into the position of secretary to a Peer. But when his lordship mysteriously disappears and her brother joins the army, can she save them both?
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He soaks her with mud, driving too fast down a country lane. Then he lies about his full name. And that's just the beginning.
Read where this unlikely encounter leads!
They're married and in love. But she's very independent and he's very proud. Can this marriage survive? Find out what a Regency Romance is like after the wedding bells!
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The Hale Household is very happy but can you blame Lady Hale for being curious about her husband's past? Everyone knows he had a lot of lady friends before her. Well, we know what curiosity did to the cat - and their son, the young 6th Earl, is just as bad!
Meet Sylvester Barrington, the newest addition to the House of Hale.
A Governess, plain but smart.
A Guardian, stern but oh, so attractive.
A pretty Miss with romantic illusions.
Can Rosemary win over the one and protect the other?
A midnight chase; woman in britches.
An evil abductor; a gloomy castle.
Throw in Vivaldi and some French philosophy -
And you've got it all!
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The rich are very rich and the poor are very poor.
She's an orphan: too tall, too outspoken, and with no fortune.
She wants to help poor girls in London's East End.
He's a rich man-about-town, trying to avoid marriage.
He wants to help her.
Can they help each other?
Will love grow where least expected?
A charming tale, told with wit and elegance.
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She's a widow, financially secure.
He's a womanizer who's never been told No.
But she does say No and goes off to make money in investments.
She's says she's happy. He's in the background trying to make her jealous.
But can money replace love?
A Regency story, told against the background of the developing railway technology and London of the 1830's.
but at the bottom of it all, a man and a woman
and an irresisistible attraction.
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