Beau Monde Bachelors
Four of London's most eligible bachelors are in danger of becoming caught in the parson's noose in this funny, suspenseful, sexy series. Don't miss the Forest and Hillary brothers as each one finds his perfect match--even though he never realized he was looking. Winning the lady's hand, however, is another matter. To view the Forest and Hillary Family Trees and take a quiz to find out which bachelor is your best match, visit the Just for Fun page.
miss hillary schools a scoundrel
HE'LL NEVER SETTLE FOR ONE WOMAN...AND SHE WON'T SETTLE FOR HEARTBREAK...
Debonair bachelor Lord Andrew Forest lives for pleasure and offers no apologies. But he receives a dose of his own medicine when his family's entrancing houseguest beds him, then disappears without so much as a by-your-leave. He'd like to teach the little vixen a thing or two about how to love a man...if he can find her..
After the dashing man of her dreams is revealed as a lying scoundrel, heiress Lana Hilary is ready to seek a match with a respectable gentleman-if only they weren't so dreadfully boring. Unable to rein in her bold nature for long, Lana flirts with trouble and finds herself entangled with exactly the type of man she's vowed to avoid.
"With heart and humor, Grace delivers a rich and winning Regency debut. Clever and charming, this tale brings in everything Regency fans love-meddling mothers, oppressive high society, subtle wit, steamy interludes, and a bit of intrigue-without ever feeling formulaic." STARRED REVIEW - Publishers Weekly
lady amelia's mess and a half
Jake broke her heart by leaving her after sharing a passionate kiss.
Lady Amelia broke his by marrying his best friend.
When she returns to town a widow—pursued by an infamous rake, Jake's debauched brother, and just maybe by himself—Lady Amelia will have a mess and a half on her hands.
A sparkling romp through the ton, Lady Amelia's Mess and a Half delivers a witty Regency romance in which misunderstandings abound, reputations are put on the line, and the only thing more exciting than a scandal is true love.
"Graced with a colorful cast of characters and imbued with plenty of sexy chemistry, Lady Amelia's Mess and a Half is an ideal choice for readers who relish smartly written, splendidly sensual Regency historicals." - Booklist
miss lavigne's little white lie
A Scoundrel Drives a Hard Bargain...But a Lady Always Gets the Upper Hand
Spirited and determined to protect her young brother at any cost, Lisette Lavigne is desperate to flee New Orleans. There's only one ship sailing to England, though, and the rakish Captain Daniel Hillary will only allow Lisette's family aboard for a very steep price...
Daniel prides himself on running a tight ship, and he knows a lady will be nothing but trouble on a long voyage. Yet he can't help but break his own ironclad rules when Lisette persuades him that being gentlemanly just this once is his wisest course of action...
"The suspense and intrigue are well tuned and the humor is subtle and charming, much like the novel as a whole." STARRED REVIEW - Publishers Weekly
lady vivian defies a duke
The Naked Truth
Lady Vivian Worth knows perfectly well how to behave like a lady. But observing proper manners when there's no one around to impress is just silly. Why shouldn't she strip down to her chemise for a swim? When her betrothed arrives to finally meet her, Vivi will act every inch the lady—demure, polite, compliant. Everything her brother has promised the man. But until then, she's going to enjoy her freedom...
A Revealing Discovery
Luke Forest, the newly named Duke of Foxhaven, wants nothing to do with his inheritance—or the bride that comes with it. He wants adventure and excitement, like the enchanting water nymph he's just stumbled across. When he discovers the skinny-dipping minx is his intended, he reconsiders his plan to find Lady Vivian another husband. Because the idea of this vivacious woman in the arms of another man might be enough to drive him insane—or to the altar.
"Grace supplies another winning marriage of romance and wit in this delightful Regency." STARRED REVIEW - Publishers Weekly