Mothers - They wipe away the tears and share a wonderful kind of love. It's hardly surprising that the resourceful children of Regency widows decide that their dear mamas have been alone too long and start searching for those special men who will put a sparkle back in their mothers' eyes . . .
Book 1 -
Mona Gedney: “Marrying Off Mama.”
Lady Lovington's grown children have good reason for "Marrying off Mama" in Mona Gedney's delightful story. While most people find her scrapes and escapes charming, Elizabeth and Reginald live in fear of what Mama will do next. Surely marriage to a military gentleman will provide her ladyship with stability. But, naturally, Mama manages to fall in love with someone they hadn't quite expected.
Book 2 -
Kathryn Kirkwood: “Lady Radcliffe's Ruse.”
The machinations of newly-engaged Willow to see her mother in the same happy state as she result in "Lady Radcliffe's Ruse" by Kathryn Kirkwood. Having no wish to remarry, Claire Radcliffe resorts to a pretend engagement with the rakish Earl of Sommerset. But she soon finds herself in an all-too-real courtship falling under the irresistible spell of this very determined gentleman.
Book 3 -
Regina Scott: “Sweeter Than Candy.”
In Regina Scott's charming story, the young Masters Jacob know that their mama Cynthia is "Sweeter than Candy," but can they convince their grown-up friend Daniel Lewiston that he should court her...especially when Cynthia's memories of Daniel arc less than fond? Surprisingly, all goes well...until the little boys reveal their matchmaking scheme.
Share in the joy of children's love for their mothers, mothers' love for their children - and the love that grows between a man and a woman when a perfect match is made . . .
Books listed alphabetically by author.