The game of love is filled with scandals and secrets in this quartet of Regency tales featuring New York Times– and USA Today–bestselling authors.
Romance can blossom with little provocation and even less consideration for what’s good and proper. But when a spark ignites, it can be far too tempting to ignore—no matter how shocking the pairing may be . . .
“Forbidden Attractions” by Jo Beverley
When the notorious Earl of Carne moves into the mansion adjoining Anna Featherstone’s London townhouse, they’re separated by a single wall—and a gulf of social disdain. But sometimes the strangest neighbors can make the most intriguing of friends . . .
“The Naked Prince” by Sally MacKenzie
Josephine Atworthy is a proper and studious lady, and, as such, has no time for debauched goings on. But when she winds up on the guest list of one of her rich neighbor’s parties, she’s too intrigued to turn down the invitation—and far too attracted to the mysterious nobleman who seems desperate for just one kiss . . .
“The Pleasure of a Younger Lover” by Vanessa Kelly
After youthful friendship turns into ardent, grown-up passion, Clarissa Middleton and Captain Christian Archer find it difficult to keep their thoughts—or kisses—to themselves. But the differences between them might be too great for London society to overcome . . .
“A Summer Love Affair” by Kaitlin O’Riley
Nothing is quite so intoxicating as a holiday abroad in the sultry sun of Spain. That is, until Miss Charlotte Wilson discovers the irresistible charm of Mr. Gavin Ellsworth and embarks on a most enjoyable—and revealing—fling.