Evelyn Bray lives in a world between two classes. Fallen into genteel poverty and granddaughter to the steward of the Wyndcliff estate, she is not quite a servant, but not quite a lady. When Liam Twethewey, the young heir who is just come of age, comes out to inspect his estate, he finds himself drawn to his steward’s granddaughter….
Julia Twethewey was too obvious with her interest in a certain dashing young gentleman, and when he becomes engaged to … More
Driven from Cornwall by her late husband’s relatives, Delia Greythorne finds refuge as a governess, becoming devoted to her young … More
No one thought Henry Stockton would return from the war alive, and when the young heir to Stockton’s cloth mill … More
Annabelle Thorley has been left an orphan in London and now her alcoholic, abusive brother wants to marry her off … More
This book was a decent Regency romance although not particularly memorable. I received it for my birthday a year ago, … More