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Miss Dorcas Delancey, vicar's daughter and advocate for the less fortunate, has been guarding her heart from fortune hunters and fashionable fribbles for years. She's completely unprepared for Alasdhair MacKay, former officer and all around grouch, to steal that heart. But when Alasdhair takes on responsibility for a motherless infant whom Dorcas's family won't acknowledge, she sees the honor lurking beneath his gruff mannerisms. Alasdhair MacKay did not storm hell with Wellington's army just so he could drink, swive, and flirt his way through life after Waterloo. He's serious, intelligent, and passionate about his causes--also passionate in his regard for Dorcas. He's the man of her dreams and a paragon in plaid, but looming scandal means Dorcas will have to choose between love and the honor Alasdhair so relentlessly values.
Miss Ann Pearson has spent years learning the difficult art of the professional cook, and jealously guarding her position in the kitchen of the fancy Coventry Club. When Colonel Sir Orion Goddard asks her to take on a young apprentice, Ann would rather refuse. But Orion is respectful, gruffly charming, and looking out for a girl whom others have neglected, and that is a combination Ann cannot resist. Lingering scandal has taught Orion to make his way along the fringes of polite society without allies or entanglements. Then he meets Ann, who is fierce, passionate, and warm-hearted, and also worth fighting for. If Orion and Ann are to forge a new love, they must first learn to trust each other, and find the courage to overcome old enemies who will do anything to keep the cook and colonel apart.
Book A Midsummer Night's Romance Description/Summary:
An Invitation to the Ball…By Fifteen of Your Favorite Historical Romance Authors You are cordially invited to the most anticipated event of the Season — Lord and Lady Whitwell’s annual ball! This year’s theme is the most extravagant yet…A Midsummer Night’s Dream, filled with fairytale gardens and fantastical costumes, sparkling champagne, and heartwarming romance. Opportunities abound for secret trysts in the shadows of moonlit walks, mistaken identities, delicious unmaskings, and perhaps even a magical spell or two. But one thing is certain—fifteen pairs of hearts will never be the same again. Enjoy this collection of never-before-released novellas by your favorite historical romance authors! Grace Burrowes Erica Ridley Ella Quinn Jennifer Ashley May McGoldrick Sabrina York Bronwen Evans Jade Lee Anna Harrington Madeline Martin Elizabeth Essex Eileen Dreyer Alyssa Alexander Heather Snow Gina Conkle
Though there are lines he will not cross, Darius Lindsey has become the favored plaything of bored, wealthyt society ladies. He contracts one final engagement with the pretty, sweet, Lady Vivian Longstreet, in hopes that meeting his obligations to Vivian will free him from the financial constraints making his life hell. Darius finds that the bargain he thought would cost him the last of his self-respect instead resurrects both his honor and his heart.
Champagne, caviar…and cowboys? Butler Erin Jones hadn't expected a dusty, dirty ranch to be her next assignment, but she wasn't one to shirk her duty. She would straighten out cowboy Tyler Morris's life even if it killed her—or him! The first thing Erin did was knock Tyler off his feet—literally. Unfortunately for him, he never recovered his equilibrium. Before Tyler knew it, "Delightful Jones" had made his ranch a home—and made herself a home in his heart. But butlers and cowboys don't mix. So why was this sexy cowboy suddenly dreaming of freshly pressed boxer shorts, baby nappies…and forever?
While attempting to court the most suitable bride to mend the rift between him and his father, Viscount Fitzhugh comes to the aid of Esmerelda, Countess of Iddesford, and finds himself drawn to this scandalous widow, forcing him to choose between family duty and love. Original.
Book Trif and Trixy: A Story of a Dreadfully Delightful Little Girl and her Adoring and Tormented Parents, Relations, and Friends Description/Summary:
TRIXY was not a babe, for she had passed her seventh birthday and was as wise and irrepressible as the only child of a loving father and mother usually becomes. Her parents and relations continued to allude to her as "the baby," and they might still be doing so had not certain of her deeds checked them, and compelled them to restrict themselves to her rightful name, which was Beatrice, and to her nickname, which was Trixy. Trif was Trixy's mother, and did not entirely approve of the name by which she was oftenest addressed, for "Trif" seemed to imply something trifling, while the real Trif was a young matron as handsome and proud as Diana, and as good and earnest as the saintly Roman woman Tryphosa, for whom she was named. (All this must be true, because Trif's husband, Phil Highwood, said so and continues to say it.) Whether she laughed or wept, dressed or dusted, joked or prayed, Trif did it with all her might; so it was not strange that her little daughter was a very active and earnest creature from the instant at which she first opened her baby lips to announce her appearance upon the earthly stage. Besides, Trixy's father was one of the conscientious and nervous fellows who are always wondering what to do next, always anxious to do exactly what is right, always trying to do friendly services to other people, and frequently blundering horribly in the attempt; so there was double reason for what Trif called "dear Trixy's peculiarities" and other people alluded to as "that child's awful doings." Trif and Trixy lived far up town on the west side of New York. The husband of the one and the father of the other lived there too, although he is of minor consequence in this veracious narrative, for the neighbors and tradesmen knew him best as "that little terror's father," or "Mrs. Highwood's husband," and he was modest enough and proud enough to be satisfied to be known in this way.
Book Poems are Delightful Special Sayings are Joyful Description/Summary:
Poems are Delightful: Special Sayings are Joyful second edition is another wonderful book of poetry that the author has once again give to you, her readers, as God gives them to the author. The words are so sweet, she lets them flow, all the things that was pondering in her heart, she now must let them go... And they too can be a part of you because they have always been apart of her, the words that God has placed in her soul. She releases them into the world to blow far and be free...
Book The Road to Hymen Made Plain, Easy, and Delightful; in a New Collection of Familiar Letters, Pleasing Dialogues and Verses ... To which are Added, the Batchelor's Estimate of the Expences Attending the Married Life; and the Lady's Apology in Reply ... A New Edition by Benedict the Married Man, Etc Description/Summary: