Chasing a Rogue
Pocket, Nov 2002, 6.99, 352 pp.
In 1817, Harriet Nash decides she wants Steven Morris as her husband so she decides to go after him treating him like a dog chasing after her, the fox. Steven wants Harriet also, but he needs money to climb out of severe debt caused by his mother when she met with a series of “accidents” while traveling the continent. Steven knows he needs an heiress.
Harriet persuades Steven to teach her how ... Fortune's Bride
In 1835 England, Lady Lucy Porter supports herself and her fourteen year old sister Calla by pretending to be the gypsy Madame Zora. Lucy performs at the various parties hosted by the Ton. Although she knows her life is ruined, Lucy wants her sibling to have a season in a few years. Since their parents died and her cousin treated them worse than poor relatives, the two sisters currently live in a run down dwelling and find sustenance in plenty of ... Proper Affair
Sonnet, May 2001, 6.50, 306 pp.
Over the last few years most of the Ton recognizes Lady Cassandra Abbott as the expert on proper etiquette with published works to support her position. Married to an older person, Cassandra is a paragon that debutantes and other aristocrats can copy. However, in 1843, Cassandra's spouse dies, leaving behind financial ruin. Unable to even discuss her monetary woes with her mother because tha... Wedding of The Year
Sonnet, Dec 2001, 6.50
In 1830, Lady Elizabeth Everley feels right at home in a science lab, but place her amidst the gala of the Ton and the reticent aristocrat feels like a fish out of water though this is her second season. To make matters more heart wrenching, her sibling Catherine is the life of the party. Based on their personalities, no one would believe these are sisters.
Marquess John Vernon looks forward to...