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  • Angelby Carola Dunn

    Belgrave House 1984; US$ 5.00

    Lady Evangelina Brenthaven (inappropriately called Angel) is determined to marry someone who actually loves her and not just her fortune, aristocracy or beauty. So she assumes a plain Miss Evelyn Brand identity and tumbles her cousin and everyone else into a summer of schemes and chaos. But can she recognize the real Lord Dominic, or discover whether... more...

  • Byron's Childby Carola Dunn

    Belgrave House 1991; US$ 5.00

    Jodie Zaleski meets Giles Faringdale, a lord no less, in contemporary Oxford only to find herself transported with him back to his ancestral home in Regency times. An impetuous and determined researcher, Jodie lands Giles and his ancestors in more than one scrape as she explores London of 1816. Regency Romance/Time Travel by Carola Dunn more...

  • Black Sheep's Daughterby Carola Dunn

    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...

  • The Frog Earlby Carola Dunn

    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...

  • Lady in the Briarsby Carola Dunn

    Belgrave House 1990; US$ 5.00

    Rebecca Nuthall, supposed meek companion, is saved from drowning by Lord John Danville. Ordered abroad by his father for a frivolous duel, he convinces his cousin to employ Rebecca as governess when they all journey to St. Petersburg, and is astonished at the way she blossoms until she is arrested for espionage! Once again, John must risk his life... more...

  • Miss Hartwell's Dilemmaby Carola Dunn

    Belgrave House 1989; US$ 5.00

    Miss Hartwell?s Academy for Young Ladies provides her with refuge from scandal as well as employment. But an old suitor, a sinister Spaniard, and a student?s disreputable father threaten to shake her world and one of those men may cause her to lose her heart. Regency Romance by Carola Dunn Prequel to Two Corinthians more...

  • Miss Jacobson's Journeyby Carola Dunn

    Belgrave House 1992; US$ 5.00

    Having refused the man her parents chose for her, Miriam Jacobson finds herself smuggling gold across Napoleon?s France to Wellington in Spain, accompanied by two attractive young men, both of whom detest her and each other. High adventure and romance in the best Regency tradition. Regency Romance by Carola Dunn more...

  • Polly and the Princeby Carola Dunn

    Belgrave House 1991; US$ 5.00

    Polly Howard, an absentminded artist, is saved from a fall by a shabby Russian vagabond. Kolya Volkov turns out to be a gentleman and a friend of her brother's employer. Exiled from Russia, penniless, he must make his own way in England. He has nothing to offer her, and she, dedicated to her painting, doesn't expect ever to marry--until a plot... more...

  • Smugglers' Summerby Carola Dunn

    Belgrave House 1987; US$ 5.00

    When Octavia Gray is summoned to join her beautiful cousin Julia at an isolated estate near Plymouth, she gladly accepts. Her duty is to persuade Julia to marry the charming Sir Tristram Deanbridge and abandon her passion for the firebrand James Wynn. But, amidst adventures with smugglers and the haut ton, things don?t quite work out that way... Regency... more...

  • Lord Iverbrook's Heirby Carola Dunn

    Belgrave House 1987; US$ 5.00

    On his return from Jamaica, Viscount Iverbrook learns that his sister-in-law, Selena Whitton, has been made guardian of his brother?s son. With every intention of restoring the child to the family estate, Iverbrook appears at Milford Manor where Selena, her mother, sister and young Peter compose a delightful household. Would it be fair to remove the... more...