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- Belgrave House 1980; US$ 5.00
Diana Savile accidentally shot her brother's friend Lord Alma with an arrow, an injury requiring several weeks recuperation at the Park. Since her brother George had pressing business of his own, Diana was left to try to entertain their guest-who could not sit down. But her suitors irritated him, her curiosity intrigued him, her innocence charmed him-and... more...
- Belgrave House 1981; US$ 5.00
Trelenny Storwood?s parents want her to marry their neighbor, Cranford Ashwicke. But the young and vivacious Trelenny finds Cranford dull and positively old (at twenty-eight). When Cranford takes her and her mother to Bath, her view of him changes dramatically, but he, alas, now seems attached to Lady Jane Reedness. Regency Romance by Laura Matthews more...
- Belgrave House 1993; US$ 5.00
Theodosia Tremere through a spiteful lie has lost her true love. Now a governess to the delightful Heythrop family, she once again encounters her former fiancÚ, Lord Steyne, while in the midst of a summer-long family treasure hunt. Misunderstanding and sadness lay in the past; would the future hold more hurt or happiness? Regency Romance by Laura... more...
- Belgrave House 1988; US$ 5.00
Sir John Meddows was a rake, so he was delightfully amused when he came upon Miss Catherine Ryder swimming naked in her hidden pond. Sir John had heard intriguing tales of Catherine?s London Season, and he seemed taken with her. So why did he pay so much attention to her beautiful sister Amanda, and why was he really visiting their estate? Regency... more...
- Belgrave House 1987; US$ 5.00
Lady Jane still grieved for her lost love, the warm and sympathetic Richard. Stephen Rossmere couldn?t hold a candle to him; the viscount was proud and withdrawn, though oddly compelling. Jane would have had nothing to do with him, save for the danger to her sister. Regency Romance by Laura Matthews more...
- Belgrave House 1982; US$ 5.00
Widowed Vanessa Damery had two young children to raise, a deteriorating estate to improve, and a household full of pseudo-relatives and dependents to placate. She did not need the advent of her late husband?s cousin (and her co-trustee in his estate). And if Lord Alvescot expected gratitude for his interference, well, he?d have to look elsewhere! Regency... more...
- Belgrave House 1993; US$ 5.00
Clarissa Driscoll teaches accomplishments to the children of the gentry. But she was once the Earl of Kinsford?s equal in society, and she refuses to let him browbeat her. If Clarissa is a tad eccentric, well, the earl is a bit overbearing. These two strong wills make sparks fly. Regency Romance by Laura Matthews more...
- Belgrave House 1979; US$ 5.00
As a prank, five young men, encouraged by her brother, proposed to Kate Montgomery. No harm done, except that it reminded some in the country neighborhood that Kate had also refused the suit of the Earl of Winterton?s brother but then surprisingly accepted a legacy from him when he died in the Peninsula. Regency Romance by Laura Matthews more...
- Belgrave House 1984; US$ 5.00
Lady Amelia Cameron had been doing a bit of ?spying? for her brother. Really, giving just enough encouragement to would-be French agents that they confided in her. Along came Lord Verwood, who seemed highly suspicious himself with his fake limp and the fact that no one in society knew him, to convince her brother to spoil all her fun. Amelia naturally... more...
- Belgrave House 1983; US$ 5.00
Elspeth Parkstone was 26 and determined not to marry. Viscount Greywell had lost his beloved wife in childbirth and his heir was a sickly infant. Greywell was desperate for a solution to his torn allegiances his diplomatic skills needed in Vienna, but his dread of what might befall his son if he left. Was marrying Elspeth Parkstone the solution or... more...