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Six Regency Romance Series  

The Deceived Series
 
The Lords of Eton
 


House of Haverstock


 

New release: One Room at the Inn
(The Lords of Eton, Book 4)

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 What more can happen to lovely young widow Charlotte Hale? She has to sell her wedding ring to buy food. A heartless landlady evicts her and her children from their London lodgings on the coldest night in a generation. And now Charlotte's afraid this handsome stranger she's traveling with will have her arrested. Dare she trust him to take her to the only person who can help their family?

Lord Philip Fenton promised the dying Captain Hale he would look after his family, but when he returns to England at Christmas, he arrives too late. The unfortunate family has been turned out of their home. He had thought the lovely widow calling herself Mrs. Leeming might be Mrs. Hale, but she is not. Nevertheless, he must help this impoverished family reach their destination in Lincolnshire, where he's traveling to see his family. As is his custom, he conceals his aristocratic title, traveling under the name Mr. Fenton.

They're both concealing information, but as the journey continues the barriers between them lower. He gave her his word he was a gentleman. As a man of honor, he cannot allow her to know how her very presence creates a yearning in him, how he aches to take her in his arms, how one word from her could make this his best Christmas ever . . .

Boxed sets and anthologies

           
Brazen Brides The Brides of Bath House of Haverstock
 
The Regent Mysteries Texas Heroines Pride & Prejudice Sequels
 
            
  The Lords of Eton
 
  German Set Summer to Remember
Georgette Heyer Society:
Essays on the Literary Genius of Georgette Heyer
I am honored to be one of the contributors to this book on the genius of Georgette Heyer. Scholars, authors, bloggers and fans come together in a celebration of the works and worlds of Georgette Heyer (1902 - 1974).

Featuring contributions from renowned Heyer biographer Jennifer Kloester, heading up a talented team of Heyer devotees, this far-ranging and thought-provoking collection considers topics as diverse as intimacy, privilege, historical accuracy and contemporary analysis, along with looks at Heyer's influences, and the many writers and readers she continues to influence worldwide.

 Available at: Amazon and Barnes&Noble

 

All 6 Brides of Bath books
are now available in audio
All six of the Brides of Bath books are now available in audio with narration by British actress Rosalind Ashford. The Bride Wore Blue (Book 1 in the series), With His Ring (Book 2), The Bride's Secret (Book 3), To Take This Lord (Book 4), Love in the Library (Book 5), and A Christmas in Bath (Book 6) are available at: Amazon, iTunes and Audible. Also released in audio in time for the holidays is Christmas Brides (a collection of three regency novellas, including Christmas at Farley Manor, named best historical novella of 2011). Click here for more details on Cheryl's audio books.

Free audio book for The Bride Wore Blue

A new Audible.com promotion gives readers a chance to get a free copy of The Bride Wore Blue audio book. Click here
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