Blame it on the Night
Scandalous things happen under cover of night. Reputations are lost, virtue risked, inhibitions lowered, and sometimes, true love discovered. Indulge in these nine never before released Regency romances and fall in love beneath the night sky.
Once Upon a Midnight Masquerade by Jane Charles
When Lady Claresta Copeland slipped into a scandalous masquerade disguised as Juliet, she never imagined she would encounter her one true Romeo in the process. For the last year, Donovan MacGregor has been searching for his lost Juliet, only to stumble upon her in the least expected place of all.
Enchanted by Moonlight by Sandra Sookoo
When would-be adventurer and librarian Miss Charlotte Blakely unexpectedly meets jilted English ambassador Mr. Everett Desmond, sparks fly under the Roman moonlight. A passionate kiss at the Trevi fountain has the potential for a Victorian-era scandal, but if they’re daring enough to take a chance, it will also usher in love.
Chance of Love by Dawn Brower
Lady Lenora St. Martin is shy and a wallflower. She has no idea how to interact in society, so when Julian Everleigh, the Duke of Ashley asks her to dance at a ball, she falls completely in love with him. After that one dance, he doesn’t seem to notice her again, and Lenora has to discover a way to break out of her shell on her own and vows never to love again. As she flourishes, Julian takes notice and decides she’s the only lady for him, but he may have already lost his chance of love with her.
The Belle of Cypress Creek by Shannon Nemechek
Brigid O’Neill and Col. Brian MacDougal have been promised by their fathers to each other When she meets Major Ian Butler and her future fiancé for the first time, the pair become determined to marry for love. Can they follow their hearts and marry for love, or will they marry each other out of obligation?
Believe in Love by Amanda Mariel
Lady Brooke Linwood never could have guessed what would happen after she saved the Earl of Templeton from a cutthroat in the ally behind Fortunas Parlor. Now the devilishly handsome earl won’t leave her alone, and with each moment they spend together Booke’s determination to resist him slips a little more. Dare she believe in love, or is it only her body at stake?
A Rogue at Midnight by Angelique Armae
To save his reputation, a rogue agrees to a lesson in reform…
Only to learn it’s his tutor who is in need of an education…
With the clock ticking, will this charming Colonel become a saint…or A ROGUE AT MIDNIGHT?
That Matter of Mischief by Aileen Fish
Having met every suitable man in London, Lady Patience seeks out the unsuitable ones. Constable Crispin Woodhouse suits her needs perfectly until her mischief lands her in the middle of the case he’s investigating. Can she convince him she’s the ideal wife before he closes the book on their love?
Seducing the Spinster by Diana Bold
Julian Tremaine, the Earl of Basingstoke, is a notorious rake. Lady Jane Bennett is a spinster with a spotless reputation.
Seven years ago, they’d been very deeply in love, but he’d abandoned her when she needed him most. He’d broken her heart, and she’d vowed never to trust him again.
But when circumstances throw them together, he realizes what a fool he’s been. One dark night, he sneaks into her room with a daring plan to change her mind.
Jane is not the sweet young girl he’d once known. She’s strong and courageous and unwilling to settle for anything less than his entire heart. Can he break down the walls she’s built and convince her that she’s the only one he’s ever loved or will she reject him in the worst possible way?
Seeking Rachel by Josie Riviera
To escape the tedium of everyday life, Rachel spent her youth with a tribe of Romany Gypsies. When Nash encounters a mysterious woman one night in a London park, he seeks to know more about her. Is it destiny? Or has God put them in the same place for a reason.
Fortune’s of Fate
Christian Barnes never meant to steal his half-brother’s identity, but when Major Andrew Bradford, Viscount Trowbridge, falls at Waterloo, Christian grabs his chance at the life he should have had as his father’s oldest son. He and Andrew could have been twins, and he knows he’ll get better care for his own wounds as a major than a private. The masquerade is so successful, he continues it once he returns to England. However, he hadn’t prepared for Rebecca Davenport, the fiancee Andrew had left behind.
Lady Rebecca Davenport imedialtely realizes that Andrew has returned to her a different man. She just isn’t quite sure if it’s the years he’s spent at war that have changed him. But as her suspicions grow, she realizes that the changes are welcome. This man is much better than the one she used to know. But can she hold her tongue and actually marry this imposter?