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- Belgrave House 1989; US$ 5.00
Though the niece of an English duke, Teresa Danville was raised in Costa Rica by her "black sheep" father, owner of a coffee plantation. Bringing this exotic beauty (along with her brother and her parrot) to civilization both challenges and charms the affianced Sir Andrew Graylin of the Foreign Office. Regency Romance by Carola Dunn 1st in the... more...
- Belgrave House 1992; US$ 5.00
Escaping into the countryside to nurse his wounded pride and heart, Simon Hurst encounters the lovely but eccentric Mimi (half English, half Indian and all mischief) who promises him three favors then only grudgingly doles them out. If he can capture that last one--that kiss--before she learns the truth about his identity, he should transform into... 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 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 2002; US$ 5.00
Vermont dairy farmer Ruth Willmarth encounters beekeepers, Abenaki Indians, a dead male student, a strangled female professor, and devastating secrets from the past in this hair-raising tale. Tomantic times calls STOLEN HONEY ?intricate and fascinating,? while Kirkus Reviews find the mystery ?penetrating, economical, and generously plotted.? Mystery... more...
- Belgrave House 1986; US$ 5.00
When Con Henderson suddenly reappears in Liz Newman?s life after an absence of more than twelve years, she is sure he?ll never recognize her. The naive girl she?d been, the night he seduced her, is long gone, replaced by a sophisticated woman who knows how to guard her heart, and her secrets. But Con is not a man to be denied what he wants ? and he... more...
- Belgrave House 1986; US$ 5.00
Her fiancé Grahams estate finally settled, Belle Haley, with her mother and sister, comes to London to inspect her inheritance. Though the house is tiny, wealthy Desmond Maitland expresses great interest. Apparently Graham was murdered for a large sum of money, which is still missing. Then Grahams relatives descend, with various scoundrelly... more...
- Belgrave House 2014; US$ 5.00
The indomitable Baroness Bligh packs up her friends and family, along with her pets and the Chief Magistrate of Bow Street, for a relaxing country Christmas, which as often is the case with Dulcie turns out to be nothing of the sort. Ghosts, murder, forbidden trysts and romantic misunderstandings: what can a lady do but try and set things... more...
- Belgrave House 1998; US$ 5.00
In London Dr. Amanda Potter?s marriage is unraveling, and her hospital superior is sabotaging her career. There?s danger in America, too: Dr. Hager is biased against large women, and Dr. Hunter, who?s not, still insists that she take a hard look at her own perceptions of weight, sex, and fidelity. more...
- 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...