House of Haverstock
Lady By Chance(Book 1)
Lady By Chance introduces the popular House of Haverstock series which
features three of Cheryl's marriages of convenience...
Driven by fierce patriotism to England, the Marquess of Haverstock will
do anything to reclaim the money his best friend lost at cards, money
that was to purchase battle plans from a French official.
The bewitchingly beautiful but illegitimate Anna De Mouchet agrees to
give the marquess back the money she "won." On one condition: that he
From this forced marriage rises a love as powerful as the canons of the
war which tears them apart. (More Details)
Duchess By Mistake
An innocent visit to the Duke of Aldridge's to request a donation for
her war widows puts Lady Elizabeth Upton in the midst of a most shocking
scandal. . .
The Duke of Aldridge offers for his best friend's sister, Lady Elizabeth
Upton, after a mix-up sends her to his bedchamber—just as he's emerging
from his bath. She most certainly does not want to force the duke's
hand, but how can she bear the shame her scandalous behavior has cast
upon her dear brother, the Marquess of Haverstock?
Once she agrees to marry her childhood heartthrob, Elizabeth realizes
she wants nothing more than to win her husband's love. But capturing his
heart is no easy task when former loves threaten to destroy the fragile
bonds of their marriage. (More Details)
Countess By Coincidence (Book 3)
Two staggering coincidences result in the marriage of the reckless
young Earl of Finchley and Lady Margaret Ponsby, a shy duke's daughter
who's worshipped him from afar. . .
To extricate himself from financial difficulties, John Beauclerc, the
Earl of Finchley, concocts a scheme to marry a stranger who's answered
his advertisement. He'll show his grandmother! That lady’s withholding
money until he can demonstrate more maturity and less scandalous
behavior. At six and twenty, the last thing he wants is to settle down.
He goes to the church at St. George's Hanover Square to wed Miss
Margaret Ponsby of Windsor, send her on her way with £100, and continue
to pursue wine, women and faro with his fun-seeking friends.
After the ceremony, he realizes he's married the wrong woman. Miss
Margaret Ponsby of Windsor obviously thought the wedding was to occur at
St. George's Chapel in Windsor. Lady Margaret Ponsby was at St. George's
in London. How can he extricate himself from this wretched marriage—a
marriage over which his grandmother is ecstatic? (More
Lady Caroline Ponsby has given up hope she’ll ever receive a
proposal of marriage from Christopher Perry, the wealthy man
she’s adored for almost two years. She is determined to be
an ex-spinster by Christmas. To that end, she has invited a
prospective suitor to spend Christmas with her family. She
knows very well that Lord Brockton would love to get his
hands on her dowry, and she’d love to be a married woman
with a home and family of her own.
The very idea of his Lady Caroline throwing herself away on
the likes of the vile Lord Brockton rankles Christopher
Perry. A pity he cannot offer for her himself, but a duke’s
daughter is too far above his touch, given his family’s
humble origins. Nevertheless, Christopher attends the Duke
of Aldridge’s Christmas house party with the intention of
thwarting Lady Caroline’s grave misalliance with Brockton.
If only he’s not too late . . .
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Countess By Christmas (Book 5)
Inheriting Darnley Lodge from
old Lord Paxton is the best thing that’s happened to lovely widow Mary
Milne, whose fondest desire is to remove her ailing little boy from
London’s noxious air.
Why in the devil did his dead father request that Lord Paxton spend
Christmas at Darnley with the scheming woman who’s deprived him of his
family’s old hunting lodge?
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