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A Game of Scandal
Avon, Jul 2002, 5.99, 384 pp.
In 1818 London, Viscount Blaine Underwood asks his long time friend Earl Gabriel Warren for help. At a gentleman's club, Mallory, run by a woman, Blaine's son insists he was cheated at cards. Blaine knows Gabriel's cause to ban gambling throughout England and wants his friend to close this joint before some other idiot is fleeced. However, just the name shakes Gabriel to the core. Ten years ago, ...
A Seductive Offer
Avon, Jan 2002, 5.99, 384 pp.
In 1816 Yorkshire, the Earl of Braven, better known as Brave, risks his life and rescues Rachel Ashton from drowning in the nearby river. He takes her to his home Wyck's End so they both can dry off and warm up from their debacle. Rachel informs her savior that her abusive stepfather Sir Henry Westhaver plans to sell Rachel to the highest bidder by marrying her to fifty something, obese lecher ...
Anna and the Duke
Eighteen-year-old Anna Welsley should be happy, or at least content. Her position is to secure. She's to inherit a fortune from her father's business, and is engaged to Richard Fitzgerald, the son of a duke. But instead, Anna finds herself dissatisfied, wondering if she even feels anything for Richard. When Lord Fitzgerald dies, Richard expects he will inherit his father's title of Duke of Brahm. But on his deathbed, Richard's father revealed that he had...
Emily and the Scot
After her older brother goes mad with desire to inheirit their father's title and attempts to kill their older half-brother so that he can, Emily's family is destroyed by scandal. Unable to take any more of the whispers and stares, Emily leaves London to visit her half-brother and his new wife in Scotland. In Scotland, Emily meets Jamie, her half-brother's cousin, and though they get off to a very bad start, they soon begin to discover feelings for each ...
For the First Time
Avon, Oct 2003, 5.99, 384 pp.
In 1817, Blythe sees a beautiful horse. The owner is Devlin who informs her that his steed is Flynn before he introduces himself. Devlin and Blythe are attracted to one another and cannot keep their eyes off on another at the evening's soiree. As their attraction grows over the next few days, he struggles with his need for Blythe and a disbelief that love exists. Worse he also concludes the objec...
In Your Arms Again
Avon, Jun 2004, 5.99, 384 pp.
In 1818 London, North Sheffield, although she was born on the wrong side of the sheets, Octavia Vaux-Deventry attends a gala. Twelve years have passed since North left his beloved Vie and he still cannot resist her. Still he nods no when she walks towards him as he does not want her hurt by an association with him especially as she is engaged to the kind Lord Spinton. North knows his lifestyle of ...
Avon, Feb 2003, 5.99, 384 pp.
In 1819 Earl Julian Rexley learns his sister Letitia is at the home of Lady Sophia Morelle, a woman he hates. Seven years ago he believed that she lured him into her bed to compromise him into marriage because she wanted his money. He refused to wed her and the scandal was disastrous. Sophia married someone else a month later, but has since been widowed. Not long after that he wrote a poem to Sop...
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