A widow meets her neighbor, supposedly an impoverished rake.
Running away from home on impulse to a meet a potential suitor is probably not the best idea for a spinster with four brothers.
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.