Delightful Regency romance. Transport yourself across two centuries, leaving your everyday world behind. Imagine yourself in the Age of Elegance in three steamy Regency stories with heroines and heroes you’ll adore. You’ll enjoy fun romps with enchanting heroines, and strong, gloriously handsome heroes.
* His Lady’s Sapphire Surrender: A Regency Romance Novella
Early summer, 1810, London
Newly married, the Countess of Devreath relishes her life. After all, just three short months ago, she was Minerva Chennelis, charity child. Raised in a vicarage, even though she’s the granddaughter of a duke. Now she has wonderful clothes, a carriage, liveried footmen, and the Devreath sapphire collection.
But there are challenges, and she she discovers a secret. Minerva decides she has just one option open to her. Is she brave enough to do what she must do?
* My Amber Passion: A Regency Romance Novella
Your life can change in the blink of an eye… After the death of both of their parents, Amber Neuville is responsible for her small siblings. She sells off everything she can from Neuville Manor to support them all. To her immense relief, their uncle, Eduard Panelle, Comte St Jacques de Rasse, arrives to help them.
When she realizes that her uncle has betrayed her in the most unconscionable way — how can she trust her growing love for Hart Cranmer, Lord Hemmton?
* His True Treasure: A Regency Romance Novella
Wealthy ton widow Louisa Browne is plagued by men. They’re attracted to her looks, and her money. They won’t leave her alone.
She’s told that she needs a lover: the idea appeals to her. She will have someone to escort her to balls and routs. She fails to consider the more intimate side of such an arrangement.
Lord Alexander Fraser, the Earl of Ashhurst, rouses strong feelings in Louisa. She’s a little scared of him. She knows he’s not a man she could ever control. Louisa’s determined that she’ll forget Ashhurst — he’s unsuitable for what she has in mind.
However, she finally admits to him: “I’ve decided to take a lover.”
His response? “I claim that position.”