The first three Hunt Club regency gay romances in one boxed set.
Almost an Equal: When the Duke of Byworth’s empty marriage is threatened by the revelations in his wife’s diary, both he and his steward, Henry Stackpool, attempt to recover it separately. Yet they are drawn together by the secrets of their past and an intoxicating mutual lust. But can true happiness exist for a duke and a former whore when their positions in society are so unequal?
Barely a Master: The trappings of wealth and power give the Duke of Lewes little joy and certainly no pleasure. Tormented by grave mistakes he made with a past lover, Aiden’s determined to end it all. Terrance Bridgewater is in London briefly en route to a ship bound for the continent to see the things he's only read about. Running into the dark and dangerous Duke of Lewes is a complication he'd hoped to avoid.
Hardly a Stranger: The Duke of Staines has the worst luck in wives and lovers. A widow for fifteen years, Ambrose is busy running his gentleman’s club, snatches pleasure from transient lovers, and relies on Francis Redding to provide intelligent companionship between social engagements. There is only one problem with his relationship with Redding; the man would make the perfect lover, if only he wasn’t a dependent servant.