Felicity Harrison reluctantly agrees to help Thomas Moreland, a rich nabob, and his sister integrate into Bath Society in exchange for his clearing of her family's debts. Little does she suspect Thomas is the young man whose life she saved years earlier, the young man who's carried the torch for her for more than six years.
With His Ring
When Glee Pembroke learns her brother's friend Gregory Blankenship, whom she's always loved, will lose his fortune if he's not wed on his twenty-fifth birthday, she proposes a marriage in name only. Gregory never wanted a wife, but now that he's got one, his whole life is turned upside down by the vexing, maddening, adorable creature.
The Bride's Secret
Now that's he's a wealthy lord, James Rutledge wants to make amends to Carlotta Ennis and her son for his act which cost her husband's life. Destitute, she accepts his proposal. Now she must conceal her sordid past from the good man she's married.
To Take This Lord
Sally Spencer's love of Viscount George Sedgewick's motherless children and fear that their father might marry an unfeeling stepmother prompt her to accept George's proposal of a marriage in name only—even though it will be unbearable living under the roof of the man she loves and knowing she can never have him.
Love in the Library
Desperate widow Catherine Bexley persuades scholar Melvin Steffington to help her recover her late husband's nearly priceless stolen manuscript, the sale of which will give them both financial independence. Mysterious forces contrive to keep them from success while their mutual quest bring them closer than either have ever been to another.
A Christmas in Bath
Unbeknownst to scholarly Jonathan Blankenship, his sister-in-law Glee has decided this Christmas he needs a little push to make him see that his dear friend of four years, Miss Arbuckle, will make his perfect mate.
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The Duke of Aldridge offers for his best friend's sister, Lady Elizabeth Upton, after a mix-up sends her to his bedchamber--just as he's emerging from his bath. She most certainly does not want to force the duke's hand, but how can she bear the shame her scandalous behavior has cast upon her dear brother, the Marquess of Haverstock?
Once she agrees to marry her childhood heartthrob, Elizabeth realizes she wants nothing more than to win her husband's love. But capturing his heart is no easy task when former loves threaten to destroy the fragile bonds of their marriage.
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. . .