Three breathtaking, sensual novellas of first love and second chances for fans of Netflix's Bridgerton!
***Please take a moment to ensure that you have not yet read these novellas. Each one has been previously published, including my contribution, Night of the Scoundrel, as part of my Devils of Dover series.***
Night of the Scoundrel - Kelly Bowen
Ruthless. Dangerous. Known simply as King. No one knows his true name or where he came from. And when he learns that the man who betrayed him has returned to London, King has only one goal: vengeance. But he’ll need the aid of an unlikely ally: Adeline Archambault. She is as mysterious as she is beautiful. Exiled after the French Revolution, she's determined to reclaim her birthright and deliver the justice that is owed her. King's offer is a bargain she can't refuse. But will this deal with a devil lead to a future she never dared hope for?
Days of Rakes & Roses - Anna Campbell
Lady Lydia Rothermere has spent the past decade trying to make up for a single, youthful moment of passion. Now the image of propriety, Lydia knows her future rests on never straying outside of society's rigid rules. Yet as she prepares for a marriage that will suit her family, but not her heart, rake and adventurer Simon Metcalf returns to reignite the flames of desire he started all those years ago . . . and Lydia must decide what's more important: propriety or passion?
Once Upon a Moonlit Night - Elizabeth Hoyt
After escaping a kidnapper only interested in her dowry, Hippolyta Royle is running for her life. So when she throws herself at the mercy of a passing coach, her only hope is that the handsome traveler inside will escort her to safety. But Matthew Mortimer doesn’t turn Hippolyta away, he doesn't believe her story. Only danger still stalks Hippolyta . . . and once they share a breathtaking kiss, Matthew realizes he may not ever be ready to let Hippolyta go.
Be careful what you wish for...
For three couples, a letter promising an anonymous gift of wealth offers worldly success and dreams come true, provided each pair can learn not only to work together, but also to see differences as strengths.
A is for Amorous by Grace Burrowes
B is for Beautiful Secret by Vanessa Riley
C is for Charlie's Angel by Kelly Bowen
C is for Charlie's Angel - Kelly Bowen
Henry Blackmore has always been the black sheep of the family. He's defied his ducal family, ignored expectations, and overcome tragedy to chase his own dreams of becoming a renowned architect. The only task standing between his fierce ambition and everything he's ever wanted is the restoration of his family's crumbling country manor, Greybourne House. But first, he has to do something about Greybourne’s impossible steward.
Greybourne was essentially abandoned when Maeve Murray became steward of the estate after the death of her father. When Henry arrives with his pockets full of money, Maeve is delighted - until she realizes that the money is not to help the struggling tenants. Unfortunately, they need each other. And working together might just restore more than a crumbling manor - it might restore two broken hearts.
Who doesn't love a duke?
Find out in this Regency novella trio by Kelly Bowen, Grace Burrowes, and Anna Harrington...
Three ladies share a temporary seaside residence in Brighton to escape the London season's gossip and matchmaking. These women are most assuredly not looking for flirtation--much less love--and they would all agree that dukes are a perishing lot of bother anyway. Fortunately for our heroines, three fellows who are not dukes come waltzing by with much more than casual flirtation in mind...
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