The Sweet Regency Romance Series Boxed Set


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A Summons to Greystone Hall: Georgina Marksley is in town for her first season. Lady Marksley has brought her to find a suitable match, but Georgina intends to enjoy the season without a care. After all, she may well decide to marry her fun-loving cousin Edmund. That is, assuming he asks.
On a morning gallop with Edmund down Rotten Row, Georgina nearly bowls over the gloomy Lord Greystone. Georgina hopes she never encounters the man again, but they are thrown together when fever threatens the city. She begins to warm to him, until she discovers that Greystone has been the catalyst of a scandal involving Edmund.
Secrets are revealed and Georgina begins to suspect that neither man is exactly who she thought he was. Then, the mysterious summons to Greystone Hall begins arriving on the doorsteps of eligible girls. Word around town is that Greystone will propose to one of the guests during the ball on the final evening. Georgina travels to the great estate unsure of her feelings for Greystone, or his for her, and unaware of a scheme afoot that could ruin her.

The Mysterious Earl:Isabel Hurst is just hoping to survive her first London season unscathed. She has lived a cloistered life at Clandsbridge Manor with the Ellinghams, and Lady Charlotte and the Countess have been her sole companions.

Upon arrival in London, Isabel inelegantly falls out of her carriage and into the arms of Charlotte's older brother. She has not seen him since he was a boy and now he is tall, handsome and the Earl of Ellingham. Isabel does not expect that her admiration will be returned by this sophisticated man about town, but she begins to hope when he solicits a Patroness for her first two dances at Almack's. Before the dance can begin, a shot is fired in the club. Through the smoke and commotion, Isabel spies the Earl quietly slip out the door.

Isabel's brother Griffen is a Captain in the 10th. He watched the Earl steal away too and is suspicious. Her brother presses Isabel to use her position in the household to spy on the Earl. She does so reluctantly and only to prove her brother wrong.

Isabel’s efforts to unravel Lord Ellingham’s secrets lead to discoveries she would rather not have made. Now she will need to decide exactly how much she will risk to save the mysterious Earl.

Season of Grace: Grace Davenport, daughter of the deceased Earl of Canby, has been left to the guardianship of the Calhouns. Life at Bendham Court has never been particularly comfortable, the Calhouns are cold and their daughter Harriet is positively mean. Still, Grace does not look for much beyond a place to lay her head.
Upon turning seventeen, Grace discovers that she is penniless and that Mr. Calhoun has a plan to send her to America. When her ship doesn’t sail, they are forced to take Grace with them to London for Harriet’s first season.
The Calhouns’ attempts at hiding Grace so that they are not forced to pay her way only take them so far. Lady Brandonhurst steps in and, through that delightfully eccentric lady, Grace meets the Duke of Cortland.
The Duke is entranced, but the Calhouns are determined to keep them apart. Though it seemed her only difficulty was poverty, Grace begins to suspect something darker is afoot.
Will the Duke unravel the secret before Grace disappears forever?

Return to Hertfordshire: A Pride & Prejudice continuation novella.
It’s been seven months since Miss Elizabeth Bennet became Mrs. Darcy. Elizabeth and Jane will travel to Longbourn to see their parents before the Christmas holiday. Afterwards, they plan on finding themselves snug at Pemberley – just Elizabeth, Darcy, Bingley, Jane and Georgiana. All plans are overturned when Mr.

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