No young lady was more devoted to the teachings of that infamous bluestocking Mrs. Waverley than her adopted daughter Felicity. However, unlike her mentor, she vowed to stay unmarried and true to the cause. In fact, she was the secret author of a scandalous new novel--the tale of a lady "rake" and her romantic exploits.
Unfortunately, there was one titled gentleman who learned her identity and grew intrigued with the headstrong young lady who was taking the ton by storm.
With the handsome marquess spurring her on, Felicity would soon learn that real life could be infinitely more interesting than mere fiction......more
From FictionDB WHAT A PRETT PICKLE SHE'D GOT INTO--AND IT TASTED MORE SOUR BY THE MOMENT!
Blessed with beauty, Mrs. Manners never bothered with the lessFrom FictionDB WHAT A PRETT PICKLE SHE'D GOT INTO--AND IT TASTED MORE SOUR BY THE MOMENT!
Blessed with beauty, Mrs. Manners never bothered with the lesser skills of grammar and spelling. So, in order to entrap a second husband, namely the dashing Duke of Denbigh, she needed Miss Verity Bascombe. Surely the modest chit would be honored to write her love letters.
Poor Verity! Her old schoolmate was as selfish as ever. But the lovely girl's gilded pen soon had the duke most intrigued by the poetic Mrs. Manners!
But alas, what began as a tiny deception became troublesome indeed--for Verity soon found herself enamoured of the handsome duke herself!...more
From http://www.fictiondb.com/author/mario... With Each London Season, an Enchanting Romance Moves into the Fashionable Town House at number 67 ClargesFrom http://www.fictiondb.com/author/mario... With Each London Season, an Enchanting Romance Moves into the Fashionable Town House at number 67 Clarges Street. And There Below Stairs the Staff Has a Special Mission--to Arrange a Match...to Hatch a Scheme ... to Bring Love Home to
A HOUSE FOR THE SEASON
Lovely but penniless Harriet Metcalf is aghast when a nobleman's will names her guardian of his snobbish twin daughters when they come out during the next London Season! But is innocent Harriet wily enough for the intrigues of the ton-or its two most eligible bachelors, the Marquess of Huntingdon and Lord Vere? Harriet sees them as suitors for the twins, while the gentlemen see only Harriet's charms. Soon she is falling in love with one of the dashing rakes... but a cruel betrayal will be her ruin unless the Clarges Street servants can save a lady's honor when she loses her heart....more