Lord Harry is really Henrietta Rolland, a young lady who has assumed the guise of a gentleman to track down and kill Jason Cavander, the Marquess of Oberlon, the man she believes responsible for her brother Damien’s death at the Battle of Waterloo. She wants to challenge him to a duel. When he’s lying at her feet, then and only then will she tell him why she’s killed him, and who she really is. Unfortunately there’s a really big snag. You will laugh at Lord Harry’s outrageous adventures. Together Jason and Henrietta Rolland will touch you.
The Duke is a long, lavish historical, a love story to make your heart sing, and as an extra bonus, a mystery that will keep you guessing until the last page. So come back to the beginning of the nineteenth century to Scotland, to Penderleigh Castle, home of the Robertsons, who have just been dealt a terrible blow. Their new master, already an English duke, has just been named the Scottish Earl of Penderleigh. Ian Carmichael, Duke of Portmain, is proud, aristocratic, handsome as the devil’s right hand, and kinder than any grousing Robertson has a right to expect. Brandy Robertson—the earl’s granddaughter— takes one look at the duke and her heart goes ballistic. The problem is, the duke is already engaged, and if that isn’t bad enough, someone wants to kill him. One of the embittered Robertsons? There are lots of juicy suspects to choose from.
Andrea Jameson isn’t a destitute governess. She’s young, rich, and toothsome, and adores her Dandie Dinmont terrier, George. However, Andrea doesn’t have a single dream of meeting Mr. Right, marrying, and living happily ever after. Go figure. She strikes a bargain with an older widowed earl who promises her all the razzle-dazzle with the obey part. She’s perfectly happy with the deal until she meets the earl’s nephew and realizes fairly quickly that she might have made an exceptional blunder. But she doesn’t have much time to ponder her dim-witted choice of husband because someone is trying to kill her. Will she survive to marry the man of her dreams?
About the Author
A former Wall Street speechwriter, Catherine Coulter is best known for her thrilling FBI series (starring agents Lacey Sherlock and Dillion Savage), as well as her A Brit in the FBI series (written with J. T. Ellison), and her historical romance novels. Her extremely popular and suspenseful FBI series has sold millions of copies and has fans around the world.