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The Regency Season Collection: Part Two


Be whisked away to Regency England with these six two in one romances… Plus a bonus story! The Regency Season: Scandalous Awakening The Viscount’s Frozen Heart The Marquis’s Awakening The Regency Season: Convenient Marriages by Sophia James Marriage Made in Money Marriage Made in Shame The Regency Season: Wicked Rakes by Bronwyn Scott How to Disgrace a Lady How to Ruin a Reputation The Regency Season: Hidden Desires by Anne Herries Courted by the Captain Protected by the Major The Regency Season: Forbidden Pleasures by Julia Justiss The Rake to Rescue Her The Rake to Reveal Her The Regency Season: Decadent Dukes by Carole Mortimer Rufus Drake: Duke of Wickedness Griffin Stone: Duke of Decadence Christian Seaton: Duke of Danger
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Be whisked away to Regency England with these six two in one romances… Plus a bonus story! The Regency Season: Scandalous Awakening The Viscount’s Frozen Heart The Marquis’s Awakening The Regency Season: Convenient Marriages by Sophia James Marriage Made in Money Marriage Made in Shame The Regency Season: Wicked Rakes by Bronwyn Scott How to Disgrace a Lady How to Ruin a Reputation The Regency Season: Hidden Desires by Anne Herries Courted by the Captain Protected by the Major The Regency Season: Forbidden Pleasures by Julia Justiss The Rake to Rescue Her The Rake to Reveal Her The Regency Season: Decadent Dukes by Carole Mortimer Rufus Drake: Duke of Wickedness Griffin Stone: Duke of Decadence Christian Seaton: Duke of Danger

Biographie d’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 Georgette Heyer novels formed Sophia James’s reading tastes as a teenager. But her writing life only started when she was given a pile of Mills & Boons to read after she had had her wisdom teeth extracted! Filled with strong painkillers she imagined that she could pen one, too. Many drafts later Sophia thinks she has the perfect job writing for Harlequin Historical as well as taking art tours to Europe with her husband, who is a painter. Bronwyn Scott is the author of over 50 books. Her 2018 novella, "Dancing with the Duke's Heir" was a RITA finalist. She loves history and is always looking forward to the next story. She also enjoys talking with other writers and readers about books they like and the writing process. Readers can visit her at her Facebook page at Bronwynwrites and at her blog at http://www.bronwynswriting.blogspot.com Linda Sole was started writing in 1976 and writing as Anne Herries, won the 2004 RNA Romance Award and the Betty Neels Trophy. Linda loves to write about the beauty of nature, though they are mostly about love and romance. She writes for her own enjoyment and loves to give pleasure to her readers. In her spare time, she enjoys watching the wildlife that visits her garden. Anne has now written more fifty books for HMB. You can visit her website at: www.lindasole.co.u Long before embarking on romantic adventures of her own, Julia Justiss read about them, transporting herself to such favourite venues as ancient Egypt, World War II submarine patrols, the Old South and, of course, Regency England. Soon she was keeping notebooks for jotting down story ideas. When not writing or traveling, she enjoys watching movies, reading and puttering about in the garden trying to kill off more weeds than flowers. Carole Mortimer was born in England, the youngest of three children. She began writing in 1978, and has now written over one hundred and seventy books for Harlequin Mills and Boon®. Carole has six sons, Matthew, Joshua, Timothy, Michael, David and Peter. She says, ‘I’m happily married to Peter senior; we’re best friends as well as lovers, which is probably the best recipe for a successful relationship. We live in a lovely part of England.’

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