In a volume that will make you stand up and cheer, two Regency romances prove that love, like life, is a stage . . .
Beautiful Rosalie de Barante, one of the most graceful dancers of London's stage, always fills the house. But the lords who fill the theatre's seats seek amour, not art. Among them is Gervase Marchant, Duke of Solway, who stands out from the rowdy crowd as a true gentleman - setting even world-wise Rosalie aquiver. And when he takes her in his arms, she can feel the beating of their hearts - dancing a dangerously seductive duet.
“Toast of the Town”
The Earl of Leafield, strikingly handsome, virile, and charming to boot, could have just about any woman he'd like. So when he chooses Flora Campion to be his latest mistress, how can she refuse? Flora has never lived under the constraints of the uptight ton - she has made her own way as an actress, relegating herself to the lowest of the low classes. And the earl will soon learn that Flora also plays the game of love by her own rules.