The Duke Who Deceived
Coming 10 May 2021
While Elanor Huxley misses the glamour and excitement of society, she is resigned to a quiet life. Biding her time in the home of her self-absorbed cousins, she saves her pennies and dreams of the day she can afford to rent her own tiny cottage in the country and find contentment.
But when she and her cousin Harriet are rescued from their overturned carriage by the handsome and capable Mr. Patrick, Elanor finds herself thinking less about contentment and more about love and happiness – with Mr. Patrick.
Christopher Patrick Bane, Duke of Price, decides not to reveal to Elanor that he is a Duke – Kit has just come into the title with the death of the cruel father who banished him overseas for a youthful transgression, and he does not want it to color her judgment of him. But as he gets to know Elanor better, he realizes he has created a rod for his own back – it is becoming more and more difficult to find the right time.
And when Elanor discovers his true identity by accident, and exactly what his youthful discretion was, he wonders if he will ever have any chance at all to win back her affections.
Lady Mary’s Muddle
Lady Mary has managed to muddle up her happily ever after before Fenella can even get there!
Sending the wrong Valentine’s card to each of her suitors, Mary finds herself engaged to the one she wanted to avoid, and being avoided by the one she wants to marry!
And to make matters worse, her fiance shows no sign of wanting to break off their engagement.
How will Fenella fix Lady Mary’s mess, especially when she’s got plenty of trouble of her own?
Lady Diana’s Disguise
Poor Lady Diana is in a quandary – she cannot choose between her two suitors.
So, with a little assistance from her fairy godmother, Fenella, she disguises herself as a housemaid, to better assess their qualities, and to figure out the answer.
Subjected not only to the bad behavior of one of her suitors, but also a lesson in the treatment of those who live below stairs, Diana is ready to return to her own body.
But when Fenella goes missing, Diana is left, not wondering who she should marry, but whether she is fated to remain a housemaid forever.
Will Fenella return to save the day? And if she does, will Diana be able to make the right choice of suitor?
Miss Cheswick’s Charm
Can a marriage of convenience turn into love?
Caroline does not believe so especially when her husband, Sir Theodore, is as stubbornly traditional and she herself is forward-thinking.
With the assistance of a magical charm given to her by her fairy godmother, Fenella, Caroline hopes to, at least, change his mind about letting her administer her own fortune.
But she doesn’t expect the tendrils of affection that develop for her well-meaning husband – nor does she expect to have to track down someone intent on murdering him.
Will Caroline discover the killer before its too late to tell Theo that she loves him? And can Fenella complete her second happily ever after?
What can a newly-minted fairy godmother do when her charges refuse to behave as they should?
Fenella, under the watchful eye of her mentor, Lachlan, is undertaking her apprenticeship as a fairy godmother.
Her first charge is Letty – who only wants to marry her beau, Captain James Stirling. But her father refuses to sanction the match, even going so far as to forbid Letty from seeing James at all.
How can Fenella save the day and bring about Letty and James’ happily ever after?
What would you give up for love?
Celeste is a Duchess in hiding.
Accused of murder and scorned by her former friends, she takes refuge in a small village with her distant cousin, Marcel.
But when revolutionary zeal is stirred up in the community, her title makes her a target.
Will she return to Paris, leaving behind a community where she has found peace, and a love like nothing she has ever known?
Or will she stay, and put everyone she loves in danger?
Is love enough?
Eugenie Ponnette has survived the worst of times, left only with haunting dreams of the September Massacres in Paris.
Now safely housed in London, she meets the handsome Vicomte Landreville and decides she might like to marry him.
So the practical-minded Eugenie hires an investigator to look into the Vicomte’s past, to make sure he’s right for her. To her dismay, she unearths some unsettling truths.
But in the face of overwhelming evidence of his love for her, should Eugenie follow her head or her heart?
The Ruined Lady
Is one night of passion worth the ruining of her reputation?
Lady Felicity Merrryweather believes so. Dowdy and with no fortune to speak of, Felicity decides to ask her old playmate, Quincey, Earl of Edenburgh to give her one night before she settles into a life of spinsterhood.
But she gets more than she bargained for when Quincey falls for her, breaking the one rule she made – no marriage proposals.
How can Felicity make Quincey understand she is not good for him, when her own heart is leaping at his proposal?
Why can’t she ever find her happily ever after?
Young widow Lady Juliet Hampshire jumps at the chance to be involved in an espionage mission into France – she will do anything to avoid having to think about her dwindling finances and the necessity of catching a wealthy husband.
When she and her fellow spy, Lord Alistair Chisholm embark on an affair, both assure the other that the affair will end with the mission.
But what if Alistair is the love she has been seeking all this time?