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Tarnished Amongst The Ton by Louise Allen
Having survived the scandal of her birth the beautiful Phyllida Hurst has reached a precarious balance within the ton. And in just one moment, Ashe Herriard, Viscount Clere, blows her world to pieces.
Something about Phyllida intrigues Ashe. There's a promise of secrets and a hint of scandal - more than enough to entice him!
The Beauty Within by Marguerite Kaye
Considered the plain, clever one in her family, Lady Cressida Armstrong's father has given up on her ever marrying. But for artist Giovanni di Matteo, Cressie is challenging, intelligent and yet insecure - the woman he dreams of capturing on canvas. In the enclosed, intimate world of his studio, Giovanni rediscovers his passion as he awakens her own.
The Devil Claims A Wife by Helen Dickson
Guy St Edmond wields his ancient sword like the Devil and his charm like a weapon. Confronted with a woman who does not cower before him, his interest is aroused. But Jane Lovet is sworn to another. Guy's ruthless intervention causes a scandal that echoes around the royal court. Forced into marriage, he can't deny that having the desirable Jane at his side night after night promises untold pleasures…
About the Author
Helen Dickson Helen was born and still lives in South Yorkshire. She lives with her husband on a busy arable farm, where she combines writing with keeping a chaotic farmhouse. She is a born optimist and a realist, with an incurable romantic streak thrown in — which was just one of the reasons why she began writing romance fiction. Another reason was for personal satisfaction.
Louise Allen Louise Allen has been immersing herself in history, real and fictional, for as long as she can remember, and her first attempt at historical fiction at the age of eight was three pages of improbable medieval drama set in the local castle. Some considerable time later she joined forces with a friend and became one half of the writing partnership Francesca Shaw — what began as a decidedly tipsy storytelling session in a Burgundian vineyard led on to a series of Historical Romances, all but one set in the Regency period.
Marguerite Kaye Born and educated in Scotland, Marguerite Kaye originally qualified as a lawyer but chose not to practice, a decision which was a relief, both to her and the Scottish legal establishment. While carving out a successful career in IT, she occupied herself with her twin passions of studying history and reading, picking up a first-class honours and a master’s degree along the way. She also managed to find time to submit her first-ever manuscript to Mills & Boon, a story which she describes as “Monarch of the Glen meets Gardeners’ Question Time!” Needless to say, it was very politely declined.
Series: Mills & Boon Historical
Number Of Pages: 768
Published: 1st May 2013