Regency Romance Boxed Set of 5 Books, includes bonus: The Duke’s Temptation
Charmed By The Duke is a collection of clean Regency romances.
Each sweet love story is standalone, the tale of a duke and his pursuit of happiness. The stories are witty and engaging, with fairy-tale endings you won’t soon forget.
˃˃˃ The Duke’s Secret
Philip Chisholm is marrying the wrong woman. The duke is about to marry out of duty, to a woman that suits his status. He needs an heir, and his mother the Duchess is relentless in pressing him.
Hannah Boland arrives unexpectedly, and tempts the duke’s frivolous side. Yet in holding to propriety, Philip pushes her too far. Will he realize what she means to him, before she leaves for good?
˃˃˃ The Duke’s Protection
Graham Barrington is twenty-nine and unmarried. The duke has failed to find a bride to his liking. He offers to escort a young woman to London. It’s an impulsive gesture he soon regrets.
Helena Drake inherits a sizable fortune, dramatically changing her life. She is called to London, and travels under the duke’s protection. Yet sharing a carriage for the trip might be a very bad idea.
˃˃˃ The Duke’s Choice
Adam Beauchamp needs an heir, but hesitates to settle for a marriage of convenience. The duke has his pick of women, but has his eye on Jenny Walford, who plays the harp like an angel. Yet Jenny is not in the proper social class. Will the duke choose advantage? Or will he choose love?
˃˃˃ The Duke’s Betrothal
Anthony Hayden, Duke of Glenmorgan, is expected to marry soon. Yet he is reluctant to accept the engagement. He does everything in his power to annoy his prospective bride, hoping she will call it off. Yet the longer the duke is with her, the more difficult it is to envision life without her.
Lovely and intelligent, Lady Samantha Colby is struck by how handsome the duke is. But she cannot understand what she did to make him hate her, and vows that he is the last man she’d ever want to marry.
˃˃˃ BONUS: The Duke’s Temptation
Nathaniel Saville, the Duke of Lavinsham, has no urgency to marry. And if he chooses a bride, it certainly won’t be the woman who argues with him, incessantly. As she grates his nerves and raises his ire, the passion between them flames hot.
Julia Sellars visits her grandparents’ estate, and riding one of their horses she nearly tramples the duke. She is appalled by his rudeness, and put off by his demeanor. Can love blossom in the midst of such animosity?