A Rebellious Bride
THE REBELLIOUS BRIDE
Avon, Apr 2002, 5.99, 384 pp.
In 1816 England, American visitor Quinn Peverill misses the freedom of her native Baltimore. Bored with societal rules and not knowing most of them, Quinn goes about London unescorted while her father conducts business. At about the same time, Lord Marcus Northrup takes on the Robin Hood mantle of the Saint of the Seven Dials from his recently married friend when he observes... Innocent Passions
Avon, Feb 2003, 5.99, 384 pp.
In 1816 country mouse Rowena Riverstone visits London to meet William Corbett, editor of the Political Register. Rowena has submitted several controversial articles under the alias MRR to the Register.
Bow St. Runner Noel Paxton is the current Robin Hood “Saint of Seven Dials” robbing the rich to help the poor. He hopes the guise will enable him to uncover a spy who he believes is connected to R... Taming Tessa
Avon, Sep 2004, 5.99, 384 pp.
In 1816 England Lord Anthony Northrup, owner of the Odd Sock Club, a hunting club, is riding his horse while escorting a second nervous steed home when the new horse panics. A woman races past Anthony and gains control of the runaway. She calms the horse down.
Anthony tells his three friends what happened and soon identifies the woman as Tessa Seaton of Wheatstone. The four pals visit Wheatston... The Runaway Heiress
Dina Moore thought she would marry her fiancé at Gretna Green and gain her inheritance through that marriage. But at the very last minute, she found out that her fiancé was in league with her brother, who wanted her inheritance to settle his gambling debts. Unfortunately, she needed to wed before her twenty-fith birthday or her inheritance went to her brother for her wellbeing. Her birthday was in a few days.
Desperate and out of ideas, Dina went to ...
Author Brenda Hiatt AllReaders Scholar ProfilesTOP SCHOLAR: M. Andrews SCHOLARS: