Stuck in London for her sister’s coming-out, Jane Rutledge would much prefer riding horses in the country—but a handsome nobleman soon changes her mind. Sebastian Carr, Viscount Langley has quite a dilemma. His father has threatened to cut him off if he doesn’t marry within two months. He decides to win over Jane in order to woo her sister—never suspecting that the delightful imp is the most precious treasure of all.
Named Best Regency of the Year by Affaire de Coeur, a beloved Signet Regency Romance by award-winning author Karen Harbaugh.
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Nothing could convince lovely, headstrong Diana Carlyle to marry Gavin Sinclair—not even her deceased uncle’s will, or sparrings of wit and shared laughter with the new lord. But when the “accident” that killed her uncle begins to look like something more sinister, she agrees to marry Gavin. And when peril begins to close in on them, she realizes she’ll do anything to help her husband, and her one true love…
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. . .
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