Love that can be either a blessing or a curse, depending on whether it is returned.
When Julian rescues a lovely lady from a country storm, he knows at once she’s the one for him.
A dashing spy with marriage on his mind seeks to rekindle the spark by any means possible with the woman who claimed his heart inby Donna Cummings, a young widow chooses a handsome rogue to be her first lover, but his regrets from a past Christmas may end their affair before it even commences.
A blue-stocking becomes a courtesan to escape a murderer in Julian Selby, Duke of Enfield, comes from a long line of people who fall deeply in love.
It was all fun and games, until she started falling for her way-too-sexy teacher.
Shelby’s plan is simple: find the shooter, have a fling with Ryan, and return to her non-committal life. Shelby’s feelings for Ryan are way more than adrenaline-fueled lust.
His aunt's paid companion, Honora, a budding artist, has been both his muse and the source of his inability to paint since their first brief encounter two years previously. , by Beverley Oakley, Lady Athelton’s St Valentine’s Ball should have been a time for love, not vengeance, as the once carefree Lisette plots the demise of the man she once loved. , by Donna Cummings, Lord Benedict and Lady Sommerwood stage a faux romance in order to help him evade two besotted young misses at a Valentine party.
A series of secret art lessons benefits them both, and their budding attraction is given a chance to finally blossom. But can an affair built on falsehoods possibly turn into true love?
Clearly he knows how to sire one, but he has no idea how to actually raise one.
He has to learn quickly, since he is the little girl's only surviving parent, and he's determined to find a wife who can be a suitable mother.
That is precisely what the Dowager Lady Thornham wants to know.