A Crowned Heart from InD' Tale Magazine
"A wonderful mystery tale in the vein of Agatha Christie. Ms. Bolen does a masterful job creating suspects, then cleverly entwining their motives to keep her readers guessing whodunit. . .A lovingly crafted historical novel with a deeply satisfying mystery!" -- InD' Tale
"An exquisitely written historical romantic suspense with very appealing characters" -- Fresh Fiction
"This book really ticked all the boxes for me and it gripped me from start to finish. " -- Dragonrose Books Galore
"Cheryl Bolen spins a delightful tale of mystery, politics, and (of course) romance " -- IN PRINT
As the third son of the Duke of Fordham, Alex never thought he'd become a duke. But he's suddenly catapulted to the lofty title after his slightly older brother dies in his sleep. Now Alex has the onerous task of announcing the death to the woman his brother was to wed.
Ever pragmatic, Lady Georgiana Fenton insists on seeing the late duke's body, and when she does, she's convinced he was smothered as he slept. She and the new duke decide to secretly work together to uncover the murderer. But the longer they're together, the harder it becomes to resist the duke's scorching kisses--and even harder to dismiss him from the list of suspects. No one had more to gain by her fiancé's death. . .
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Countess by Coincidence is Book 3 in the House of Haverstock series (three connected marriage-of-convenience love stories set in Regency England).
Lady by Chance (Book 1 in the series) introduced the Haverstock family and spent two years on bestselling lists for historical romances.
In Duchess by Mistake (Book 2) an innocent visit to the Duke of Aldridge's to request a donation for her war widows puts Lady Elizabeth Upton in the midst of a most shocking scandal. . .
What woman would dare make her home at eerie Marshbanks Abbey,
perched on a stony hill in remote Northumbria? It is said its owner, the
brilliant botanist, Lord Stacks, killed his beautiful bride there ten
Unaware of the tales of Lord Stacks' wickedness, Freddie Lambeth
comes to live with her guardian, and through his caring blossoms from a
plain, shabbily dressed girl to a lovely young woman. Freddie and Lord
Stacks come to need each other as his flowers need sunshine, but Stacks
cannot allow himself to love her. His own wickedness has destroyed any
chance for happiness.