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  • The Sherbrooke Bride

    Douglas Sherbrooke, Earl of Northcliffe, is a man besieged. He must have an heir. Thus he must first provide himself with the requisite bride.
    Alexandra Chambers, youngest daughter of the Duke of Beresford, has loved Douglas Sherbrooke since she was fifteen. Unfortunately, it is her sister, the incomparable Melissande, he wishes to wed.

    Reading Order: 1
  • The Hellion Bride

    Ryder Sherbrooke is a fun-loving rake with a secret. When he travels to Jamaica to solve the mystery of the supernatural goings-on at the Sherbrooke sugar plantation, he finds another mystery as well - a sophisticated nineteen-year-old girl, Sophia Stanton-Greville, who wants to bed him. And not, he believes, because she is simply enthralled with his handsome self or his boundless charm.

    Reading Order: 2
  • The Heiress Bride

    Welcome to the exciting conclusion of the English Regency Bride Trilogy, The Heiress Bride.
    You met Sinjun Sherbrooke in The Sherbrooke Bride and in The Hellion Bride, a delightful, quite endearing fifteen-year-old who, I hope, charmed your socks off.

    Reading Order: 3
  • Mad Jack

    Mad Jack is brand-new and lots of fun. You’re going to meet two of the neatest people in 1811 London. In addition, you’ll revisit the Sherbrookes-Douglas and Ryder, and see what’s going on with them eight years after you first met them. As for Sinjun, she and Colin Kinross have been married for four years and Colin is in a real tizzy.

    Reading Order: 4
  • The Courtship

    You met Heatherington in The Sherbrooke Bride and Helen Mayberry in Mad Jack. Now the two get together to track down a mystical treasure that Helen calls King Edward’s Lamp.
    Helen is a big girl - only two inches shorter than Heatherington - a resolute taskmistress, owner of her own inn. She adores her father, Lord Prith, and wants to find the lamp more than anything. It is her only passion - until she meets Heatherington.

    Reading Order: 5
  • The Scottish Bride

    All the Sherbrooke clan are alive, well and in rip-roaring spirits in August of 1815. Two months after Napoleon’s defeat at Waterloo, Tysen Sherbrooke, the youngest of the three brothers, now thirty-one years old, a vicar, a widower, and the father of three children, has just been told by the earl that he’s become the new Baron Barthwick of Kildrummy Castle in Scotland.

    Reading Order: 6
  • Pendragon

    It’s time fort a bit of cat racing, a sinister mystery, and a light touch of gothic menace. Add the signature Sherbrooke grit and wit and voila, you have Pendragon. Here’s to the next generation - Tysen Sherbrooke now has four sons and Meggie, age nineteen. Her almost-cousin Jeremy Stanton-Greville - Sophia Sherbrooke’s brother, and the man Meggie has held in silent adoration since she was thirteen years old - unknowingly breaks her guileless heart.

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  • The Sherbrooke Twins

    The Sherbrooke family saga continues with James and Jason Sherbooke, identical male twins who look exactly like their beautiful Aunt Melissande, and not at all like their father, the earl, which riles him to no end.

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  • Lyon's Gate

    Five years after Jason Sherbrooke leaves England for Baltimore and the Wyndhams (The Valentine Legacy), one of the premiere racing families in the area, he wakes up early one morning with Horace’s ugly pug face staring him down, and knows it’s time for him to go home.
    Jason wants to breed and race horses, primarily his own thoroughbred Dodger, who’s faster than a Baltimore pickpocket. When his twin James takes him to Lyon’s Gate, a once-renowned racing stud farm near his family’s home, Jason knows to his soul that this property is what he wants more than anything.

    Reading Order: 9
  • Wizard's Daughter

    When Ryder Sherbrooke finds a child nearly beaten to death in an alley in Eastbourne, he takes her home to Brandon House. She doesn’t speak for six months. Her first words, oddly enough, are a haunting song:
    I dream of beauty and sightless night
    I dream of strength and fevered might
    I dream I’m not alone again
    But I know of his death and her grievous sin.
    Ah, and just what does this strange song mean that was seemingly imprinted on the child’s brain?

    Reading Order: 10
  • The Prince of Ravenscar

    In April 1831, her grace Corinne Monroe wants her widowed son, Lord Julian, to marry her best friend's daughter, Miss Sophie Wilkie, Julian last saw Sophie when she was twelve years old, silent, skinny, and always staring at him. He does want to go. However, his mother is nothing if not persuasive, and Julian reluctantly accompanies her to London to meet the young lady. And he knows that whatever happens isn't going to be good. Lord Devlin Monroe, Julian's nephew, is very fond of his intriguing vampire persona in society: he delights, he frightens, he brings on delicious shudders.

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