'Trying to escape, were you?'
Tassie bit her lip. Why hadn't he turned her over to the constables? She certainly wasn't going to try and run past him, because he towered over her...
Tassie is 17, and in big trouble with Major Marcus Forrester. He wants something from her - her gambling skills - but it takes Marcus some time to realise that Tassie has already given the ruthless, handsome soldier her heart.
Dangerous lord, double life... Miss Verena Sheldon cannot understand why Lord Conistone, the man who broke her heart, has prised himself away from the grasping females and high life in London to visit her again. In fact Verena is in trouble, and Lucas has secretly vowed to look after her. But Lucas's dreams of holding Verena in his arms again are shattered every time he imagines her reaction, should she learn what he has done.
All around the city, Napoleon's courtiers are preparing for their Emperor's spectacular wedding. But portraits of Napoleon's first wife, Josephine, have to be painted out in a hurry - and in secret!
It falls to the young seamstress, Sophie, to track down a talented artist, the handsome and mysterious Jacques. His price? A kiss from Sophie for every hour he works...
If you've read 'The Return of Lord Conistone,' you might remember Lord Conistone's best friend, the handsome Captain Alec Stewart, whose chief aim once the war is over is to find himself an heiress. But Alec's plans go badly wrong because the woman who catches his eye - the beautiful and spirited Rosalie Rowland - thinks Alec is the biggest villain in London.
Theo, Lord Dalbury wants to spend as little time as possible at his newly-inherited estate in the north Derbyshire hills. But it's Christmas, it's started snowing, and the defiant local girl he's just met, Jenna, is quite enchanting...
(part of The Royal Weddings Collection)
The feisty and beautiful widow Belle Marchmain drives wealthy businessman Adam Davenant to distraction - plus the overpowering desire to take her into his bed! Belle refuses to be a rich man's plaything - though soon enough she realises that the game they are playing is becoming deadly serious.
Has she made the gravest mistake of her life in trusting the sardonic and powerful Adam with her heart?
'Outrageous, interesting and tremendous fun'
Clare O'Beara, 'Fresh Fiction' magazine.
(To read the rest of Clare's one-page review, see www.freshfiction.com/review/LucyAshford)
The stage is set...
Deborah O'Hara loves her life, leading her travelling troupe of actors around the English countryside. But when she becomes entangled in the web of secrets spun by the rakishly handsome Damian Beaumaris, Duke of Cirencester, she is forced to play the hardest role of her life. And Beau himself doesn't bargain on the forbidden sparks that fly with his beautiful leading lady!
Set in England, 1803, this is another adventurous Regency romance from Lucy Ashford.
Light-hearted, but with a serious edge. Ashford creates charming characters, and in the end, readers will be happily satisified.'
Kathe Robin, 'Romantic Times' book reviews.
'Ellie,' Luke broke in. 'You talk too much,'
'And I won't allow you to silence me!'
She gasped. Because he was lifting the fingertips of his left hand to let them trail across her full mouth, brushing away a tiny snowflake that had landed there, then letting the pad of his finger travel on down to her deliciously pointed little chin...
Danger, espionage and passionate romance on the Kentish coast in 1815!
It should be Connor Hamilton's final triumph to return to Calverley Hall as its master rather than the poor blacksmith's boy he once once. But he's shocked to find his old friend Isobel, who once lived here, has lost everything, including her good reputation.
She's the one who's poor now, but she's proud, and beautiful - and soon the sparks begin to fly.