The Elizabeth Chater Regency Romance Collection #3 [NOOK Book]

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ALL ELIZABETH CHATER REGENCY ROMANCE COLLECTION BOOKS ON SALE FOR .99c THIS WEEKEND! JANUARY 10-12, 2014

THE ELSINGHAM PORTRAIT
Expecting a marriage proposal but ending up jilted, Kathryn Hendrix wanders into an art gallery and becomes lost in the eyes of a portrait of a beautiful woman painted 200 hundred years before. Suddenly, she’s transported from a modern day ...
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The Elizabeth Chater Regency Romance Collection #3

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Overview

ALL ELIZABETH CHATER REGENCY ROMANCE COLLECTION BOOKS ON SALE FOR .99c THIS WEEKEND! JANUARY 10-12, 2014

THE ELSINGHAM PORTRAIT
Expecting a marriage proposal but ending up jilted, Kathryn Hendrix wanders into an art gallery and becomes lost in the eyes of a portrait of a beautiful woman painted 200 hundred years before. Suddenly, she’s transported from a modern day metropolis to an eighteenth century English world of luxury and decadence—now occupying the body of the woman in the portrait, Lady Nadine Elsingham.
Kathryn finds herself confronted by the arrogant yet disturbingly handsome husband of Lady Elsingham, Lord John, all the while thrust into an old world that thinks her mad when she tries to explain what’s happening in the “colonies.” How will she escape being sent to Bedlam before she can get back to her old life?

ANGELA
Lady Elsingham and Richard Bennet from "The Elsingham Portrait" return in "Angela," but this time Richard has his eyes on another . . .
Angela Swann lost her father when she was a teenager, and the Swanholme estate is left in the hands of her overwhelmed and frail mother Marian. Her mother hastily marries the seemingly charming Giles Loring, but soon after the nuptials his violent and brutal personality surfaces. He even promises Angela’s hand to his nephew, a miserable and unappealing lad though Giles has successfully charmed the entire county into thinking otherwise. When Angela’s mother suddenly dies, her only recourse is to run away. On her journey, she is duped by a fellow traveler, Zalie, and as a result is accused of stealing jewels belonging to Lord Merrel. Confronted with jail, Angela's only hope is Richard Bennet, a dashing young farmer who not only believes in her innocence, but is captured by her beauty.

A DELICATE SITUATION
Thalia Temple, dimple faced and lovely, sometimes has more pride than sense. She even shuns Lord Phillip's attempts to court her. When she's plagued by financial troubles, Lord Phillip may be the only person who can help her, if only she can overcome her pride . . . and open her heart.

THE REFORMED RAKE
In the sequel to A Delicate Situation, Lord Phillip Sandron finally commits to what he promised himself he would never do: Marry. It was really Thalia who had changed his mind. Now the former rake has much to learn about marriage, and hopefully he will learn it all before the friends and lovers of his rake-hell past come to ruin it.
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Meet the Author

Elizabeth Chater was the author of more than 24 novels and countless short stories. She received a B.A. from the University of British Columbia and an M.A. from San Diego State University, and joined the faculty of the latter in 1963 where she began a lifelong friendship with science fiction author Greg Bear. She was honored with The Distinguished Teacher award in 1969, and was awarded Outstanding Professor of the Year in 1977. After receiving her Professor Emeritus, she embarked on a new career as a novelist with Richard Curtis as her agent. In the 1950s and 60s she published short stories in Fantastic Universe Magazine and The Saint Mystery Magazine, and she won the Publisher's Weekly short story contest in 1975. She went on to publish 22 romance novels over an 8 year period. She also wrote under the pen names Lee Chater, Lee Chaytor, and Lisa Moore. For more information, please visit
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