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  • La captive des Highlandsby Helen Dickson

    Harlequin 2015; Not Available

    Une vengeance passionnée au c?ur des Highlands Ecosse, 1691. A onze ans, Lorna Mac Bryde doit quitter son Ecosse natale à la suite de l'exil forcé de son père, impliqué dans une embuscade qui a causé la mort tragique du jeune David Monroe... Des années plus tard, Lorna est contrainte par les siens de retourner dans les Highlands afin de s'y marier.... more...

  • Rogue's Widow, Gentleman's Wifeby Helen Dickson

    Harlequin 2007; US$ 5.40

    Charleston, South Carolina?1880 A long column of sullen?looking convicts?black and white?moved slowly and painfully down the sun?baked street. Ragged and barefooted, they were fettered together like beasts of burden, their heavy iron ankle chains rubbing pitilessly against their skin, tearing and making it bleed. The men guarding them walked... more...

  • His Rebel Brideby Helen Dickson

    Harlequin 2007; US$ 4.95

    It was the year 1684 at the King's Head Tavern in Fleet Street that two men sat over a game of cards. Not an unusual occur-rence, one might think, but not so for these two men. This was no ordinary game of cards. Alone in a small room, they sat opposite each other at a liquor-soaked table, the flickering flames of the candles playing on chiselled... more...

  • Wicked Pleasuresby Helen Dickson

    Harlequin 2007; US$ 4.95

    From where he stood, leaning gracefully against a silver birch tree, allowing his mount a moment's respite after the long ride from Sevenoaks, Grant Leighton was taken by surprise when two horse-riders—a man and a woman—came thundering past him like the Light Brigade hurtling into the Valley of Death. Utterly transfixed, he heard the woman's joyous... more...

  • A Scoundrel of Consequenceby Helen Dickson

    Harlequin 2008; US$ 4.95

    1813 Thundering down the length of track in a deserted Green Park as dawn was breaking filled William Lampard with exhilaration. A stiff breeze was rolling away the early morning mist and the park stretched out in shades of green and brown and grey. Stabs of sunlight between the clouds edged the colours in bright gilding, and birds were waking... more...

  • The Defiant Debutanteby Helen Dickson

    Harlequin 2009; US$ 5.40

    London, May 1812 Birds were stirring in the trees and dew was still on the grass as dawn began to spread its watery grey light over the deserted park. Two men shrouded in long black cloaks rode towards the seclusion of a group of trees and dismounted. Cursing at his own folly, Alexander Montgomery, the seventh Earl of Arlington and taller of... more...

  • Seducing Miss Lockwoodby Helen Dickson

    Harlequin 2009; US$ 5.40

    London—1817 The Fleet prison loomed towering and intimidating as Juliet approached the huge doors. Unconsciously drawing her cloak tighter around her, she shuddered as she was admitted. How she hated the place. The guard knew her from her weekly visits and conducted her through the lobby and past the warden's office and up to her brother's cell.... more...

  • Marrying Miss Monktonby Helen Dickson

    Harlequin 2009; US$ 5.40

    The day was wet and blustery. Charles had slept little, and uneasily, for the problem of going out of his way to call at Chateau Feroc was an added irritant he could do without. He lifted his lean face so that trickles of water ran down his cheeks. The weather suited his mood. He rode into a small village with one main street. It was no different... more...

  • Traitor or Temptressby Helen Dickson

    Harlequin 2009; US$ 5.40

    1698 Astley Priory was situated in one of the most delightful settings that could be found north of York. Once a priory of the Augustinian order until the dissolution of the monasteries by Henry VIII, it was now the home of Lady Sarah Barton, Lorne McBryde's maternal grandmother. Her father had sent her to live with her grandmother following the... more...

  • Scandalous Secret, Defiant Brideby Helen Dickson

    Harlequin 2010; US$ 5.40

    During the quiet of the afternoon heat, when everyone was at rest and nothing moved in Castello Marchesi in the Tuscan hills, the boy crept up the curving staircase and gingerly went towards the nursery. Pushing open the door, holding his breath, he halted on the threshold and peered inside. The light was subdued, the curtains having been partly... more...