June 2016 — Current Releases

The Whispering Rocks

The Whispering Rocks by Sandra Heath

Regency Romance (ebook)

Sarah Jane Stratford’s father wishes her to marry her cousin Edward, whom she can’t bear. But she is innocently involved in a scandal and banished to Mannerby in Darmoor. Here the people seem to scorn her, and her hosts, Paul and Melissa Ransome, only grudgingly make her welcome. But there is something sinister going on at Hob’s Tor and there is witchery about. Regency Paranormal Romance by Sandra Heath; originally published by Signet as Mannerby’s Lady

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Friends and Lovers

Friends and Lovers by Joan Smith

Regency Romance (ebook)

Wendy Harris’s niece and nephew were orphaned when her sister and her husband drowned in India. Now they were coming to England and Wendy hoped to be their guardian. But their uncle was a powerful lord, Menrod, who was arrogant and a tyrant. Wendy chose to challenge him for custody, though she had little money, and when she met the children had some doubts. Regency Romance by Joan Smith writing as Jennie Gallant; originally published by Fawcett Coventry

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A Commercial Enterprise

A Commercial Enterprise by Sandra Heath

Regency Romance (ebook)

Caroline Lexham has inherited a London mansion—for six months. If she can inhabit it and make a go, she’ll get to keep it. But turning it into an exclusive hotel brings out the worst in her enemies. At every step they try to thwart her, from her odious cousin the Earl to Sir Henry Seymour’s rumored soon-to-be bride, Lady Chaddington. And Sir Henry himself… Regency Romance by Sandra Heath; originally published by Signet

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Love's Reward

Love's Reward by Julia Ross/Jean R Ewing

Regency Romance (ebook)

Darkly handsome Lord Tarrant’s deadly game of passion and intrigue is interrupted when his scapegrace brother runs away with Lady Joanna Acton. Now Joanna faces a hasty wedding to the wrong man—a dangerously irresistible rake, who’s her own brother’s mortal enemy! Determined to defy him, yet fascinated by glimpses of his humor and warmth, can she ever love an unwanted husband with an unforgivable past? 6th and last of the Regency Reward series. Regency Romance by Julia Ross writing as Jean R. Ewing; originally published by Zebra

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... and All-Time Favorites

Supervising Sally

Supervising Sally by Sally James

Regency Romance (ebook)

The Earl of Wrekin considers Phoebe Kingston too young to be companion to his niece Sally, who is indeed a handful. But he relents and escorts them to Brussels. Napoleon has escaped from Elba, and Sally falls in love with a soldier, Sir Henry ffoulkes. The earl’s disreputable uncle will inherit the title if he doesn’t marry, so he proposes to Phoebe, who refuses him. Regency Romance by Sally James writing as Marina Oliver; originally published be Robert Hale [UK]

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The Clergyman's Daughter

The Clergyman's Daughter by Julia Jeffries

Regency Romance (ebook)

When Jessica eloped with a young nobleman, the resulting scandal destroyed their marriage. Now her once-beloved husband is dead, and Jessica wishes only to escape from his disapproving family, especially Graham Foxe, Earl of Raeburn, her husband's older brother. But Graham is determined to keep her and her infant daughter close by--for the sake of his brother's child, he insists, but Jessica suspects he has much more personal motives. Regency Romance by Julia Jeffries; originally published by Signet

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Lord Tom

Lord Tom by Patricia Wynn

Regency Romance (ebook)

In Calais, the dying Captain Johnstone extracted a promise from Lord Thomas Harleston that Tom would return his daughter Susan to England. Susan was considered a criminal for having helped her father escape from debtor’s prison, but Tom had a plan. So they crossed the Channel in disguise but found themselves unable to abandon their adventure, due to their deception—and their growing love. Regency Romance by Patricia Wynn; originally published by Harlequin

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