Lords and Ladies
A trio of splendid Regency romances from national
bestselling author Elizabeth Mansfield
A Very Dutiful Daughter (originally
published April 1979)
Miss Letitia Glendenning has done the unthinkable, turning
down a proposal from the most eligible bachelor in England.
Why did she do it? The lady has her reasons, and it’s
up to the dashing lord to find out exactly what they are.
The Counterfeit Husband (originally
published September 1982)
In order to escape the matchmaking efforts of her late
husband’s sister, the Countess of Wyckfield pretends
she is already married—to her new footman, Thomas. His
cockiness and noble bearing make him perfect for the role,
but Camilla is surprised to find herself wishing the
deception would last forever.
The Bartered Bride (originally published
September 1989 in Harlequin Historials #319, writing as
Lord Kittridge thinks he has made a great bargain in
agreeing to marry Cassandra Chivers for 40,000 pounds of her
father’s money, but his new bride turns out to be a
handful—crafty and manipulative.
NAL Trade, May 2012
512 pages Trade Size