A delightful collection of inspiring Regency love stories marked by Cupid's arrow . . .
Book 1 -
Mona Gedney: "Lady Diana's Courtship."
The wastrel Earl of Glenwood had often pressed his daughter to wed a wealthy gentleman, but Lady Diana Crosswell turned down all offers as marriage meant leaving her happy-go-lucky younger brother tofend for himself. But when handsome John Derringer wins the right to court the beautiful lady, she fins it very hard to refuse when love, not money, is at stake.
Book 2 -
Cindy Holbrook: "A Valentine From Venus."
When Cupid wagers Venus she cannot bring two unlikely lovers together, the goddess oflove funds herself faced withthe Marquis ofWaverly, a writer of love poems, and his loevely asistant, Amelia Thornton, who dispassionately analyze the romanticnuance of each line. Butonce Venus takes matters in hand the poet and his muse discover that there is more to love than rhyme.
Book 3 -
Jeanne Savery: "Cupid's Ace."
Pretty little Charity Morris thought all her dreams has come true when she maried her childhood sweetheart, the dashing young Lord Crandle. But Timon is out of charity with his bride-for reasons she cannot guess.It's not until Cupid reveals the ace up his sleeve that Charity and Timon realize theirs is a match made in heaven.
Books listed alphabetically by author.