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Roberta Still posts on 1/1/2012 Roberta Still has just written a review of His Lady Mistress which you can see here
Roberta Still posts on 1/1/2012 Roberta Still has just written a review of Chivalrous Rake which you can see here
Elizabeth Rolls posts on 9/19/2005 7:14:40 AM Hello Lanarae. Reading order for my books. The Unexpected Bride and Mistress or Marriage? are linked with the hero and heroine of "Bride" reappearing in M or M? as secondary characters. The Unruly Chaperon stands alone. The Dutiful Rake and The Chivalrous Rake are linked. The hero of CR is a secondary character in DR. His Lady Mistress, which is out next month, stands alone at the moment. I am working on at least one sequel. I hope that helps. Best, Elizabeth.

Lanarae Anderson posts on 9/10/2005 12:30:20 PM Can you tell me which of your books are in series order. I cannot seem to find a complete list either with dates or order to read.
Elizabeth Rolls posts on 9/7/2005 6:58:58 AM Hello Patricia I'm so glad you enjoyed Tilda and Crispin's story. I know exactly what you mean about Mr Darcy being a fantasy for you - he's one of mine as well! And Pemberley, I have to admit. I hope you can find the earlier Harlequin releases. There have been three apart from Chaperon. I also have one out in October, His Lady Mistress. After that Nicola Cornick, Joanna Maitland and I have a collaborative effort out in November - A Regency Invitation. Good luck finding them. All the best, Elizabeth
Patricia Atkinson posts on 8/23/2005 11:59:26 PM How did I manage to miss your books prior to this one? I have just finshed reading The Unruly Chaperone, and really, really enjoyed it. I have now asked my book seller (in Illinois) to see if they can get me ALL your previous books. If all your books have similar intelligent, feisty heroines, and handsome "warm" sexy, heroes, then my Fantasy reading quota will be filled. If I say Mr D'Arcy in Pride and Prejudice is a classic favourite,dream male, you will know why I loved your book, and hopefully your back issues, and future books. Thank you for the pleasure. It didn't hurt, either to find out you were a Melbourne writer.

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