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    The Virtuous Courtesan

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    Indulge your fantasies of delicious Regency Rakes, fierce Viking warriors and rugged Highlanders. Be swept away into a world of intense passion, lavish settings and romance that burns brightly through the centuriesInherited: one mistress! Gavin Stone discovers on his brother’s death that, to inherit his estate, he must also take on his mistress! Gavin never thought that claiming his inheritance could be so pleasurable. . . Sarah is horrified – she never thought she would be passed on as if she were a chattel – but what choice does she have? And Gavin will expect a practised seducer when, in reality, she is as unschooled as a debutante!But just maybe an innocent courtesan is what it will take to thaw this rake’s heart…

    Rescued By The Forbidden Rake

    Mary Brendan

    Beholden to an irresistible rogue…When her half-sister goes missing, respectable Faye Shawcross is at her wits end! Convinced her impulsive younger sister has got herself mired in potential scandal, Faye is unsure where to turn to for help – certainly not her upstanding fiancé!The last person she expects to come to her rescue is the very man she’s condemned a rogue, Ryan Kavanagh, the dis-honourable, and disconcertingly alluring viscount! The magnetic Irishman knows he raises Faye’s passions, however reluctantly. He can nip her impending family scandal in the bud, for a price – he wants Faye as his mistress…

    The Rake's Ruined Lady

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    Dishonourable intentions on his mind!Beatrice Dewey keeps falling for unsuitable men… She believes the man she loved, Hugh Kendrick, is lost to her for ever, and now her new fiancé has cancelled their wedding!But then Hugh re-enters her life, trailing rumours of illicit love affairs in his wake. Instead of marriage he offers her a very public, passionate kiss! To succumb to his skilful seduction would be the ultimate road to ruin, but is there enough of the old Hugh left to convince Bea to give him another chance?

    The Silver Squire

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    She could flee…Miss Emma Worthington knew that at twenty-seven she was on the shelf, but even that could not persuade her to marry an appalling roue to save her father from debt. The only escape was to run away to Bath. It seemed the worst of bad luck that Richard Du Quesne should be there, showing every sign of wanting to save her from herself. Was there nowhere she could hide from the man known as the Silver Squire–and did she really want to?

    Compromising The Duke's Daughter

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    Playing with scandalLady Joan Morland has already risked her reputation once with dashing Drew Rockleigh. And when her coach is set upon, it’s Drew who rescues her, more roguish and tempting than ever!Then Joan discovers Drew has lost his fortune and decides to repay her debt by helping him. But, after a sizzling kiss, she finds herself compromised once again! This time, scandal is surely inevitable… And the only thing to quell it is a walk down the aisle!

    A Kind And Decent Man

    Mary Brendan

    WHERE WAS THE TENDER MAN SHE KNEW BEFORE?Mrs. Victoria Hart, recently widowed, suddenly found herself impoverished. Her only hope of financial aid was David, Viscount Courtenay–the man who'd loved and cherished her before abandoning her seven years previously.Suggesting a marriage of convenience, Victoria was horrified when David offered a different bargain instead–be his mistress!

    The Wanton Bride

    Mary Brendan

    Mark Hunter managed to vex her at every opportunity–and seemed to enjoy doing so!However, to prevent a family scandal, Emily Beaumont must turn to him for help. Mark was more than happy to be of service to the delectable Miss Beaumont; with her quick wit and determined spirit she always made deliciously diverting company. But Mark soon discovered that Emily truly was in danger. . . .With disgrace just a breath away, Emily ached for Mark's strong arms to comfort her. Yet she held a secret–one that would surely prevent any gentleman from considering her as a suitable bride. . . .