Historical Box Set Jan 2022/The Viscount's New Housekeeper/Saving Her Mysterious Soldier/Falling for the Scandalous Lady/To Catch a Runaway B

Historical Box Set Jan 2022/The Viscount's New Housekeeper/Saving Her Mysterious Soldier/Falling for the Scandalous Lady/To Catch a Runaway B

by Lucy Ashford, HELEN DICKSON, Bronwyn Scott, Elizabeth Beacon

$19.99

Imprint: Mills & Boon Historical

Release date: 2021-12-15

Pages: 768 Pages

ISBN: 9781867246374

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The Viscount’s New Housekeeper - Lucy Ashford

When James, Viscount Grayford, returns home with his reputation in tatters, the last thing he needs is incompetent new housekeeper Emma Bryant! But beneath her drab gown and ugly cap, is a pretty young woman of quality, forced to work by straightened circumstances. As she proves steadfast and courageous in helping him clear his name, James can’t help but want her — even if what burns between them is utterly forbidden…

Saving Her Mysterious Soldier - Bronwyn Scott

Nurse Thea Peverett saves an injured soldier in the Crimea — only to realise he can’t remember who he is! She brings him home to England to help him recuperate. As Thea warms to charming, irresistible Edward, who understands her like no other man ever has, she forces herself to resist him. For, one day, he might recall his true identity and leave her behind…

Falling For The Scandalous Lady - Elizabeth Beacon

Stumbling upon Lady Melissa Aldercombe hiding away in his library during a ball, Sir Adam Lathbury expects to be greeted by her horror and revulsion at his disfigured appearance. Not a fiery frisson of attraction that he thought he’d never encounter again. But after his betrothed rejected him, can Adam believe their connection is genuine? Especially when he discovers she’s harbouring an explosive, reputation-destroying secret!

To Catch A Runaway Bride - Helen Dickson

Moments away from becoming a viscountess, Marietta Harrington realises that she cannot marry the man her father has chosen for her. Wedding guest Edmund Fitzroy whisks her away from the church…and as she gets to know this virtual stranger, she’s drawn into a delicious courtship. When Edmund mysteriously disappears, Marietta faces a terrible choice. Should she trust the man she loves or submit to another arranged marriage?

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Lucy Ashford

Lucy Ashford

Lucy Ashford, an English Studies lecturer, graduated in English with history at Nottingham University,and the Regency is her favourite period.  Lucy, who has always loved to immerse herself in historical romances, has had several novels published, but this is her first for Mills and Boon.  She lives with her husband in an old stone cottage in the Peak District, near to beautiful Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall, all of which give her a taste of the magic of life in a bygone age
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Bronwyn Scott

Bronwyn Scott

Bronwyn Scott is a pen name for Nikki Poppen. Nikki lives in the Pacific Northwestern United States, where she is a communications instructor at a small college. She enjoys playing the piano and hanging out with her three children. She definitely does not enjoy cooking or laundry-she leaves that to her husband, who teaches early morning and late evening classes at the college so he can spend the day being a stay-at-home daddy.Nikki remembers writing all her life. She started attending young-author conferences held by the school district when she was in fourth grade and is still proud of her...
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Elizabeth Beacon

Elizabeth Beacon

Elizabeth Beacon has a passion for history and storytelling and, with the English West Country on her doorstep, never lacks a glorious setting for her books. Elizabeth tried horticulture, higher education as a mature student, briefly taught English and worked in an office, before finally turning her daydreams about dashing, piratical heroes and their stubborn and independent heroines into her dream job; writing Regency romances for Harlequin, Mills and Boon
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