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Love on the Line (Vauxhall Voices Book 1)
In the hedonistic world of Vauxhall Gardens, a place where London’s aristocracy pursues daring entertainment and sensual pleasures, desire overrules status, prejudice, and societal censure.
When Lola York meets Theodore Coventry, Earl of Essex, their chemistry is undeniable, but she knows better than to yearn for forbidden love. That is, until their involvement becomes unavoidable and Lola realizes the most dangerous risk of all is the one that threatens her heart.More info →
Suddenly a Bride (The Brides Trilogy Book 3)
From USA Today bestselling author Gayle Callen comes the story of a bride of convenience who vows to be so much more.
“Gayle Callen keeps getting better and better.” - Affaire de Coeur Magazine
Gwyneth Hall has heard the dark rumors about Sir Edmund Blackwell, the man she is betrothed to but has never seen. To save her penniless family from ruin, however, she would wed the devil himself. And this gorgeous, moody "devil" sends a tremor of excitement racing through her when they first meet—sparking the young bride's determination to turn a marriage of convenience into much more.More info →
The Heart’s Companion (Flowers & Thorns)
They say, "Love conquers all," but with loves destroyed and lives damaged by vicious lies, will the Devil's Disciple and The Ice Witch share a passion strong enough to conquer rumor's power?
Miss Jane Grantley—society dubbed her the Ice Witch, London’s most elusive debutante. Janes calm self-assurance and cool green gaze intimidated all but the most calculating of suitors. She scoffed at the many scheming designs on her virtue—and her dowry. Jane swore never to marry for any reason but love. With relief, she left London at the end of the season and settled at her sister’s house with her companion to provide a steady hand to her young nephews while her sister and husband were out of the country. She had just begun to relax and appreciate the rural environment when she learned the Earl of Royce, nicknamed The Devil’s Disciple, had returned to his neighboring ancestral property to see what could be salvaged from years of neglect.More info →