Alphabet Regency Romance Complete Box Set

Alphabet Regency Romance Complete Box Set

by Kasey Michaels

NOOK Book(eBook)

$9.99
Available on Compatible NOOK Devices and the free NOOK Apps.
LendMe® See Details
Want a NOOK ? Explore Now

Overview

Alphabet Regency Romance Complete Box Set by Kasey Michaels

Twelve Rollicking Regency Romances from New York Times bestselling author Kasey Michaels.

THE TENACIOUS MISS TAMERLANE:
Tansy Tamerlane, left penniless by her late father, is working as a governess when she's caught up in playing chaperone to a distant cousin, the sister of a duke. Ashley Benedict, Duke of Avonall, is a man beleaguered. His grandmother is a terror; his aunt is odd. Now, Ashley has a new problem ... how to keep himself from falling for Tansy Tamerlane.

THE PLAYFUL LADY PENELOPE:
Lady Penelope is unique in that she wants nothing to do with a London Season, and nothing to do with marriage. Lucien Kenrick, Earl of Leighton, shares those same sentiments, so when the two are thrown together, there should be no problems, with neither of them in the least marriage-minded. But there's always that thing about best-laid plans ...

THE HAUNTED MISS HAMPSHIRE:
Poverty-stricken Miss Cassandra Hampshire's luck turns when her distant relative, Lucinda Benedict, wills her a small estate. But the gift comes with a catch. Cassandra only inherits the estate if she and Philip Rayburn, Earl of Hawkedon, can share the residence for two months without killing each other. Will Lucinda finally succeed as a matchmaker?

THE WAGERED MISS WINSLOW:
Beaumont Remington -- known only as "Fish" in The Haunted Miss Hampshire, is a man searching for revenge... but what he finds with Rosalind Winslow, the sister of his enemy, is something much more satisfying. She was a pretty enough little thing, Beau granted, but he didn't hold out any great hope for a love match. However fate had other plans.

THE BELLIGERENT MISS BOYNTON:
Amanda Boynton is set on escaping her marriage-minded stepfather, refusing to be "sold" on the open market. She plans a grand exit from Society and an escape to London. Jared Delaney, Lord Storm, is both intrigued and appalled when he hears of Amanda's plan and decides she needs a protector. But the belligerent Miss Boynton has other plans ...

THE LURID LADY LOCKPORT:
RITA Award winner for Best Regency Romance. Kevin Rawling (first encountered in The Belligerent Miss Boynton), is finally the Earl of Lockport, but when Kevin goes to inspect his country estate, he finds that he has inherited more than a huge, ramshackle old mansion. He had "inherited" Gilly Fortune as well and she is none too thrilled about it.

THE RAMBUNCTIOUS LADY ROYSTON:
Zachary St. John, Earl of Royston, didn't know he was looking for a wife when he encountered Miss Samantha Ardsley. Samantha didn't care about Zachary's title or consequence and certainly didn't wish to be married to him. But married they became nonetheless. What neither of them expected was to tumble into love.

THE MISCHIEVOUS MISS MURPHY:
Candice Murphy and her uncle Max con their way through the world impersonating Italian counts and African princes, duping the greedy into parting with their money in hopes of fattening their fortunes. Mark Antony Betancourt, Marquess of Coniston, is sure he knows their game. What he doesn't quite yet know is that Candie will win his heart.

MOONLIGHT MASQUERADE:
Master of the game ... A beautiful young miss and her aunt are stranded in a snowstorm and left to the mercies of a nearby landowner who refuses to show himself to his uninvited guests. But, really, that just makes him more interesting ...

A DIFFICULT DISGUISE:
Everyone has read the plot involving a beautiful young runaway debutante masquerading as boy. But in A Difficult Disguise, Rosalie Darley, taking the name Billy, does her hiding in plain sight, working in the stables at the estate of her unknowing guardian, Fletcher Belden. Ah, but is Fletcher really that blind, or is he playing a game of his own?

THE SAVAGE MISS SAXON:
Orphaned but quite independent Alexandra Saxon had promised her dying father she'd travel to England and present herself to her curmudgeon of a grandfather, who was certain to take her in. Well, a certain English nobleman did ...

THE SOMERVILLE FARCE:
When Kasey knew it was time for her to move on to single title Regency historicals, she decided to go out with a bang, as it were, writing a Regency farce where she pulled out all the stops and just had fun. The Somerville Farce was the hilarious result.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151134620
Publisher: Kathryn Seidick
Publication date: 11/02/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 231,217
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Kasey Michaels is the NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY bestselling author of more than 110 books (she doesn't count them). Kasey has received four coveted starred reviews from Publishers Weekly along with many awards for her outstanding work, including a RITA award.

Kasey has written Regency romances, Regency historicals, category books including novellas and continuities and a few series "launch" books, and single title contemporaries. She has coped with time travel, ghosts, trilogies, the dark side, the very light side, and just about everything in between. And, says Kasey, she's just getting started!

Please visit Kasey at her web site (www.kaseymichaels.com) and connect with her on Facebook (www.facebook.com/AuthorKaseyMichaels).

**For a limited time, get two free books from Kasey > bit.ly/kaseymichaels (just copy and paste into your browser)**

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See All Customer Reviews

Alphabet Regency Romance Complete Box Set 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous 9 months ago
I read this kind off material to help me fall asleep. The bar is very low because there are plenty of others out there who self-publish unedited, unresearched, substandard work. Compared to that Facebook is great. The one-eyed is the king in the land of the blind. Although it was cute the book about the haunted and the Paranormal stuff was downright Hokie, boring and annoying.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Every story is a pleasure. Perhaps some more than others but every story is special regardless. The collection is a value read from start to ending. There is lots of witty dialogue that keeps you amused and wanting to read the next story. Well done by the author.