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Author 1Jane Ashford
Book DescriptionTwo classic Regency romances by beloved bestselling author Jane Ashford celebrate the adventures of a London Season, , FIRST SEASON, Widowed Lady Anabel Wyndham was married right out of the schoolroom and has never before experienced the delights of a London Season. She's dazzled by the attention of the fascinating Sir Charles Norbury, a man whose touch seems to melt her very soul, but a notorious rake. She's drawn to handsome friend-of-the-family Christopher Hanford and the comfort and serenity he offers. But how does one choose between two such charming suitors? Anabel is finding that love is so much more dangerous the second time around., , BRIDE TO BE, Emily Crane is the toast of the ton-and she couldn't find it more tedious. Until she encounters the darkly sensual stranger whose life she once saved and the London Season becomes infinitely more exciting. Recently returned from the wilds of South America, Lord Richard Sheldon has only contempt for tiresome London chits, but he finds himself stunningly intrigued by the dauntless Emily Crane. When the two become embroiled in a budding scandal and are forced into an engagement, they discover a passion more dangerous than any killer..., , Praise for The Bride Insists: , "Another perfectly delightful Regency romance...remarkably executed." -Publishers Weekly, Starred Review, "Ashford captures readers with her keen knowledge of the era and deft writing." -RT Book Reviews, 4 stars, "Fabulous...well-written, great characters." -Fresh Fiction
Editorial ReviewI think both books will appeal to readers who enjoy stories centering around London society and the much talked about scandals during the Regency time period. There was a decidedly different tone to each of them, but I think that will only offer readers more choices when checking this out. -Harlequin Junkies
LanguageEnglish
PublisherSourcebooks, Inc