Damsels in Breeches Regency Series Boxed Set Vol. 1 (Books 1-3) [NOOK Book]

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Damsels in Breeches Boxed Set Vol. I (Books 1-3)
Regency novellas (short novels)
Heat Index: Sweet and Spicy

If you enjoy fun, fast-paced Regency Romps, then this collection of Regency novellas might just be your cup of tea. Each novella...
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Damsels in Breeches Regency Series Boxed Set Vol. 1 (Books 1-3)

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Overview

Damsels in Breeches Boxed Set Vol. I (Books 1-3)
Regency novellas (short novels)
Heat Index: Sweet and Spicy

If you enjoy fun, fast-paced Regency Romps, then this collection of Regency novellas might just be your cup of tea. Each novella has been published individually, but you get more bang for your buck when you buy the boxed set.

TO HIS LADY'S RESCUE (Novella 1)

As children, Arabella Trent and Gilbert St. John were best of friends. Wherever he led, she happily followed. Their friendship held fast until Gilbert went off to fight Napoleon and Bella stayed home. Years passed and their youthful camaraderie faded to pleasant memory.

Now Gilbert is home from the wars and Bella needs his help. From the moment she climbs in his bedroom window, he knows he's in trouble. Can this beautiful desirable young lady be the same hoydenish friend from his childhood? Can Gilbert rescue Bella from her desperate circumstances even if it means . . . marriage?

THE VISCOUNT'S SURPRISE (Novella 2)

Philomena Wheeler has been living a lie for the past twelve years. After her mother dies, she pretends to be a boy so she can work in Lady Hembrough's stables alongside her beloved papa. When she's promoted to the position of groom, her father thinks it's time to call a halt to the dangerous masquerade and wants to send Phil to his sister in York to learn to be a girl again.

Viscount Hembrough pays a rare visit to his mother in London. He's looking for a new groom and hires Phil for a one-month trial period before he returns to his horse-breeding estate in the wilds of Ireland. Under the mistaken belief that she's a he, the viscount takes Phil on a trip to inspect a promising stallion for his stables.

Will Phil be able to guard her secret while traveling with the handsome viscount? And more importantly, will she be able to guard her heart against a forbidden love?

PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN (Novella 3)

Thankful for the chance to leave London and escape the unwelcome advances of an ardent suitor, Abigail Prescott accepts an invitation to Brydmoor Castle to paint the portrait of the reclusive Viscount Devlin and his small son. A young widow in straightened circumstances, she soon finds herself ensconced in his home and the object of his unwavering attention.

Nathan Holt vows never to marry again. He's done his duty and has an heir. But when Abigail Prescott comes into his vicinity, the daily presence of her in his home becomes a temptation too hard to resist. Unable to deny himself any longer, he begins his seduction of her in earnest, only to find that once will never be enough.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015965025
  • Publisher: Anne Marie Novark
  • Publication date: 2/1/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 141,779
  • File size: 944 KB

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Anne Marie is a Texas girl, born and raised. Romance is her passion. She loves to read and write about men and women falling in love, overcoming life's obstacles, and living happily ever after. She writes spicy Contemporary Western novels as well as Regency Historicals.

Married to her high school sweetheart, Anne Marie and her husband spend their leisure time working (actually playing) in the yard and renovating their 1956 custom-built house on two-acre lots in the middle of the city. They have two grown children, three white rabbits, two mischievous cats, and one sweet puppy dog.

Visit Anne Marie at www.annemarienovark.com.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 14, 2014

    No chapters

    I have not yet read the stories but bought this set with the express interest in one particular story. So i will give ot a good star rating in goof,d faith. But the reason I'm writing this review is so anyone contemplating buying this b eprepared for no chapter or even book seperation in the contents section. I spent about ten minutes scrolling about trying to bookmark the three books at their first pages. Quite annoying but not a deal breaker.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2014

    Great set

    I would love to say that I loved each story for the same reason, but I can't. They are all great stand alone stories and I enjoyed each for different reasons. The first was a coming of age friendship that leads to love and staemy sheets, the second is about a girl who poses as a boy and ends up a stable boy for a viscount, he soon learns that he is not a boy and passion ensues, the last is about an artist who falls in love with her subjects. Both father and son are so loving and charming, I found myself falling in love as well. Anyone that loves Regency Romances will be fully satisfied with this set.

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    Posted May 29, 2013

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    Posted February 16, 2014

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