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With a reputation for making misfits into marriageable maidens, Morton House has become one of the premier seminaries in London. Daniel, Viscount Corvin, believes that the school is his sister’s only hope until he can find a suitable wife and remove Emmeline from their father’s uncaring custody. But when Daniel meets a mysterious early morning rider in Hyde Park, he finds himself distracted from his review of Marriage Mart eligibles. Determined to unravel her identity, Daniel discovers that the woman he knows as “Elaine” resolutely resists his blandishments.
Society would be aghast to learn that Morton schoolmistress Guinivere Courtney is hiding from a disreputable past. When the Viscount Corvin’s sister becomes a pupil at the school, Guin is drawn into Emmeline’s brewing batch of scandal broth. She knows that it is only a matter of time before Daniel discovers that she and the elusive Elaine are one and the same, and the bond of passion between them ruins her and the school.
When a stranger, a golden knight who is one of the king’s barons, comes to Glenna Gordon’s isolated island farm, she learns her whole life has been a lie. Lyall Roberston, Baron Montrose, carries a secret royal order to take Glenna to the father she has never known, a man so powerful he has hidden his daughter away to protect her from his enemies.
Raised in seclusion for her own safety, with no knowledge of who she really is, Glenna has become strong and self-reliant, someone who is unused to being ordered about. But Lyall doesn’t have time to deal with one headstrong woman. He has a single, all-consuming goal: to win back his family lands lost when his father was declared a traitor.
As they ride across the wild hills and valleys of Norman Scotland, a land filled with unexpected danger and treachery, they are swept into a forbidden love, one as dangerous as the enemies pursuing them. But Lyall is tortured by a dark past and a secret that threatens their love, and soon, Glenna must face the truth: that her heart as well as her life is at risk.More info →
In the fall of 1956 Dorothy Wilbur is a senior on scholarship at state university. Looking toward her future, she’s always imagined herself doing scientific research. But in the America of the 1950s, a woman opting for a professional career is seen to be opting out of love, marriage and family. H...More info →