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Always a Lady
Jove, Oct 2002, 6.99, 304 pp.
The will of the Marquess of Templeston instructed his son the heir to discretely take care of his mistresses and offspring. As Andrew Ramsey went about cleaning up his father's mess he fell in love, married, and together with his wife raised his half brother Kit as his own son.
In 1838, an adult Kit inherits an estate in Ireland. Though his adoptive parents are saddened by his departure, Kit kno...
Barely a Bride
Berkley, Aug 2003, 5.99, 336 pp.
In 1793, single aristocratic men behave badly by forming the Free Fellows League based on two principles of natural order that males should not have to wed until necessary to sire an heir and to never fall in love with your wife. By 1810 Viscount Griffin is a card-carrying member over the ire of his father who demands marriage or else. Griffin needs a spouse quickly while Lady Alyssa Carollton s...
Ever A Princess
Jove, Feb 2002, 6.99, 277 pp.
In 1874, Prince Victor hires assassins to kill his uncle and aunt, the ruler and his wife of the Principality of Saxe-Wallerstein-Karolya. Victor's men also murder loyal supporters of His Highness and seek out his cousin Princess Georgiana to complete his coup. However, due to the efforts of trusted individuals, Princess Giana escapes. Though officially the new ruler of the small Baltic princi...
Hardly a Husband
Sarah awakens one day to find she is thrown out of the only home she has ever known. A local Lord wants to marry her and figures if he tosses her out of the parish home she will have to move in with him. But Sarah convinces her "guardian", the local magistrate, to give her 30 days to find herself a husband--or one will be found for her.
She has no intention of marrying the despicable Lord Dunbridge. She in fact sets out to either catch the man she...
Merely the Groom
Berkley, Apr 2004
In 1793 the three preadolescent aristocratic heirs sign in blood the charter of the Free Fellow League, which includes amongst its rules not to marry unless there is no choice until they reach thirty. Instead Griffin Abernathy, Colin McElreath, and Jarrod Sheperdston plan to become England's greatest heroes.
In 1812 London Baron Carter Davies, a merchant just recently raised to peerage, is angry and upset be...
Truly A Wife
Daniel, ninth Duke of Sussex, is a government agent belonging to the Free Fellow League, a group of gentlemen dedicated to obtaining war information against Napoleon. On a mission of smuggling dispatches from France to England, Daniel is shot, but it is imperative that he return home and attend his annual gala or his cover will be blown. Daniel has his side stitched, drinks alot of bourbon and makes his way to the ball.
Miranda St. Germaine ha...
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