Monday, May 23, 2011

Regency Reads


Baroness Antonia Thornton, outrageous beauty, and her companion, gentle Judith Winslow, discovered new ways to intrigue the ton. Which one was dashing Adam Yorke interested in? Then there was his friend Simon, Lord Launceston, divinely handsome and eligible. What were his intentions? The two young ladies and their two young gentlemen lead each other on a merry dance of confusion—and romance. Originally published by Signet.




Three Regency novellas. The Christmas Cuckoo is the tale of a young woman who brings the wrong man back from the local coaching inn. Sunshine for Christmas features a sad young aristocrat who finds a special treat when he escapes to Italy for the holidays. In The Christmas Tart a young Frenchwoman learns that her choice for survival may be a chance for happiness. All novellas previously published by Signet in various collections.




Caroline Hanscome, who dreams of music more than men, is offered marriage by a jaded lord, Jason Kincaid. Jason had drawn her name from among those his friend had offered. Though Caroline’s parents are thrilled, she herself finds her fiancĂ© alarming. And when Jason meets up with his first love, he questions whether he should have been more sober before choosing a bride. Regency Romance by Mary Jo Putney; originally published by Signet

 
 
 
 

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