Reforming The Viscount/A Reputation For Notoriety/His Lady Of Castlemora

Reforming The Viscount/A Reputation For Notoriety/His Lady Of Castlemora

by Annie Burrows, Diane Gaston, Joanna Fulford

Imprint: Historical

Release date: 31/05/2013

Pages: 828 Pages

ISBN: 9781460899205

Reforming The Viscount by Annie Burrows

Furtive glances across the ballroom are not helping to ease Lydia's state of shock - Viscount Rothersthorpe, the man who once uttered a marriage proposal has returned. But when he stuns her with a second outrageous - but now wickedly delicious - proposal, it is clear that the rake from her past has not reformed!

A Reputation For Notoriety by Diane Gaston

John ‘Rhys' Rhysdale was forced to earn a crust gambling on the streets. But now he owns the most thrilling new gaming establishment in London.

Witnessing polite society's debauchery, Rhys prefers to live on its fringes, until a mysterious masked lady known only as Madame Fortune, matches Rhys card for card and kiss for stolen kiss. But the stakes are raised when Rhys discovers she's from the very world he despises...

His Lady Of Castlemora by Joanna Fulford

The infamous Lord Ban, a battle-hardened warrior, must turn his thoughts to producing an heir.

The recently widowed but ever beautiful Lady Isabelle is left with no hope for the future. Believed to be barren, she is forced into a secret betrothal to the powerful Lord. On one condition - she must be with child before the wedding vows are spoken…

About the author

Annie Burrows

Annie Burrows

Annie Burrows was born in Suffolk, England, to parents who loved to read. Her home was always full of books, and every Saturday they went to the local library to stock up on more! Always a bit of a daydreamer, Annie began to make up stories in her own head during long walks to and from school, and during the prolonged bouts of illness that kept her in bed.Part of every family holiday was spent visiting stately homes, or exploring ruined castles. As soon as they got home, Annie and her older sister would either dress up as lords and... more

Diane Gaston

Diane Gaston

When Diane Gaston was a little girl, she'd learn all the words to popular love songs. When she played, her dolls acted out tragic love affairs with the current heartthrob on TV or in the movies. She thought everyone in the world made up romantic stories in their heads to fall asleep at night. Even as a little girl, Diane loved the romances in the books she read, enjoying Nancy Drew's relationship with Ned more her mystery-solving. And she will never forgive Louisa May Alcott for not giving Jo a happy ending with Laurie. When Diane discovered romance novels in... more

Joanna Fulford

Joanna Fulford

Joanna Fulford lives in Chesterfield on the edge of the Peak District. However, she grew up in rural Bedfordshire where she enjoyed a degree of freedom rarely afforded to kids today. Her two great passions were horses and writing. Riding developed her love of and respect for the countryside—though it was sometimes seen at much closer quarters than anticipated—and writing allowed exploration of the inner landscape. She worked a variety of part-time jobs, including onion picking, shop work, pub cooking, cleaning in a retirement home and mucking out and cleaning tack at the local stables to earn rides. The horses... more