The Regent Mysteries
Three romantic, lighthearted, Regency historical
mysteries in which dastardly deed doers are discovered by Lady Daphne
Chalmers and her lover, super spy Captain Jack Dryden.
The three volumes in The Regent Mysteries series are now available in
this box set. Click here for more details.
(Four Complete Regency Romances)
When the theft of the Regent's Michelangelo has the potential to
set off on international incident, he believes his best chance of
recovering it before the donor's Christmas Eve visit is to bring in his
favorite investigators: Captain Dryden and his wife Lady Daphne.
This fun mystery also offers an appealing sub-plot romance guaranteed to
bring Christmas cheer.
"Another charming Regent Mystery for the holiday season."– In
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(Brides of Bath, Book5)
Beauty and the Scholar. . .
The Brides of Bath are Back! Book 5 in The Brides of
Bath series was released January 27, 2014.
Certain the "smart" Steffington twin is the person
who can help her recover her late husband's nearly
priceless stolen Chaucer manuscript, Catherine
Bexley tearfully persuades the scholar to assist
her. A deal is struck. She's particularly pleased
that the Doctor of Letters is not interested in
seducing her because she's finished with men (owing
to her late husband's multitude of unfortunate
alliances with. . .doxies). Regaining the manuscript
and its subsequent sale will give her independence
to ensure she never has to marry again.