A well-known rogue turns out not to be when more is afoot than anyone knows.
Sophia Rose offers her thoughts on the third book in Monica Fairview’s Darcy Series. This is another imagining of Mr. Darcy’s and Lizzie Bennet’s romance.
A young lady who lost her virginity is saved from near rape by a court physician at the court of King Henry VIII around the time of his marriage to Jane Seymour.
A bit of Jane Austen in a universe where Mr. Bennett wants Lizzie to marry Reverend Collins. My friend Sophia Rose looks at this alternate story arc.
An unwed mother who teaches in an elite, private, girls’ school and an enigmatic war hero become very close friends in this late-Regency romance.
A young widow with an unconsummated marriage, meets a charming gentleman at her sister’s home; a ramshackle manor where they play croquet indoors!
Getting caught in a snow storm and being rescued from an overturned carriage is no fun for anyone, but if one is rescued by a handsome viscount and stranded at an inn as the only people there, one might find ways to pass the time.
His Grace, the Duke of Stanbrook, cordially invites you to attend his wedding to Miss Dora Debbins,….
What could possibly happen with this scenario?
Anne is the unmarried, nearly “on the shelf,” daughter of a widower baron who is about to marry a woman her age. She hasn’t any prospects for a husband, or does she?
After almost shooting her first love, Olivia gets help from him in understanding why her husband’s fortune disappeared when he died.
When you are betrayed by your first love, and then again by your second, will true love ever find a way?