A young and wealthy woman is interested in marriage and children but has a small problem.
Lady Jenny is an artist hampered in her pursuit to learn, by her gender. Elijah is hampered by pride, family history and title in fulfilling his dream of being accepted in the Royal Society.
A woman who loves art but with a bad track record with men seeks to find out what paintings are in the duke’s attic. Are they the paintings of the female artist Artemesia Gentileschi?
When her past love — now married to another — is about to have an heir, Freya Bedwyn flees the neighborhood for Bath. At the same time the Joshua Moore, Marquess of Hallmere is beset upon by marriage minded mothers, most particularly his scheming aunt.
A young lady who wishes to avoid the crush of the London season invents a fiancé serving in a Highland regiment and writes this fictitious man a multitude of letters.
An American artist and an British earl become buddies and form a club aimed at preventing their unattached sisters and wards from the sinful suitors who prey upon women of the ton. Contains mature themes.
Regency Romance, The Prince Regent. You might see it a lot but what’s the signicifcance of “the Regency?” Why was there a regent, when and who cares? Wot? Wot?
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, Historical Romance • Tags: arranged marriage, Avon, Candover, Duke, George IV of the United Kingdom, HarperCollins, heirs, Marriage, Prince Regent, Prinny, Regency Romance, Royal Entourage, Sophia Nash
The Prince of Wales needs his entourage to get married to quell disquiet amongst his subjects over their unruly and extravagant behavior. Prinny knows best, right? Which Duke should marry which lady? Only Prinny knows.