A young woman in Regency England puts herself on the marriage mart of a London Season to solve her family’s financial woes.
An earl with a tragic loss refuses to marry again to provide an heir. His resolve is challenged when his ardor is not so easily denied. Meanwhile, a young lady with a disability is not letting it stand in her way.
The Prince Regent gets pushy and takes to match-making when he needs an anti-France Earl in Parliament.
A group of impoverished genteel adults in a variety of circumstances from survival to suicidal ban together to improve their living situation.
Matthew loves his sons and has a really fair point of view. Theresa has a past and is ashamed of it, but she loves her daughter. Thomas, Theresa’s
brother, is a hypocrite.
A wool merchant, from the sheep up, Tremaine is bent on buying an earl’s flock. But, the earl’s sister has a social conscience he finds even more intriguing.
Meeting at a masquerade ball is romantic, but it is hard for Benedict Bridgerton to find his lady love when he doesn’t get her name and hasn’t seen her face.
When Cecilia’s world turns upside down Cecelia needs to rely on her brother’s best friend.