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Award-winning Katharine Ashe writes lushly intense historical romance with a touch of adventure. She is the author of How To Be a Proper Lady, one of Amazon’s Ten Best Romances of 2012, and eight other acclaimed novels set in nineteenth-century Britain. Readers can visit and discover how parts of her time-traveling heroine’s story are in fact autobiographical (though she refuses to admit precisely which).

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Caroline Linden was born a reader, not a writer. She earned a math degree from Harvard University and wrote computer software before turning to writing fiction. Ten years, eleven books, two Red Sox championships, and one dog later, she has never been happier with her decision. Her books have won the NEC Reader’s Choice Beanpot Award, the Daphne du Maurier Award, and RWA’s RITA. Since she never won any prizes in math, she takes this as a sign that her decision was also a smart one. Visit her online at

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Miranda Neville grew up in England, loving the books of Georgette Heyer and other Regency romances. She now lives in Vermont with her daughter and an immensely talented cat who made a book trailer for her last novel. Her historical romances published by Avon include the popular Burgundy Club series, about Regency book collectors, and the current Wild Quartet. P.S. I Love You was inspired by Cyrano de Bergerac and her very talented fellow authors. For more information about Miranda and her books, and a link to the fabulous feline book trailer, visit her website

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Maya Rodale began reading romance novels in college at her mother’s insistence. She is now the author of numerous smart and sassy historical romance novels. A champion of the romance genre and it’s readers, she is also the author of the non-fiction book Dangerous Books For Girls: The Bad Reputation Of Romance Novels, Explained and a co-founder of Lady Jane’s Salon, a national reading series devoted to romantic fiction.Maya lives in New York City with her darling dog and a rogue of her own. Visit her on the web at 

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“Four fabulous authors in one place! The perfect summer read!”

–New York Times Bestseller Sarah MacLean

As society gathers at Kingstag Castle for the wedding of the year, matrimony is in the air. But who will be the bride? With swoonworthy lords, witty ladies, eccentric relatives, a gaggle of free-spirited girls, not to mention the world’s best high perch phaeton, it’s a recipe for mayhem–and romance.

Award winning, best-selling authors Katharine Ashe, Caroline Linden, Miranda Neville and Maya Rodale serve up delectable Regency fun and a sexy contemporary twist in this anthology of original novellas.

Four authors, four couples, four deliciously romantic surprises. When it comes to love, anything can happen…

Total anthology length: 129,000 words/516 pages



That Rogue Jack by Maya Rodale
P.S. I Love You by Miranda Neville
When I Met My Duchess by Caroline Linden
How Angela Got Her Rogue Back by Katharine Ashe
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The Novellas

That Rogue Jack

by Maya Rodale

Jack, Lord Willoughby is charming, handsome, and utterly irresponsible. In other words, he’s the worst person to entrust with the ducal wedding ring. Miss Henrietta Black is prim, proper and the ideal person to help find the priceless family heirloom that’s gone missing…as long as she isn’t distracted by Jack’s gorgeous smile and tantalizing attempts at seduction. They MUST find the ring before the wedding…if they aren’t too busy falling in love.

P.S. I Love You

by Miranda Neville

Handsome, inarticulate Frank Newnham asks for his cousin Christian’s help when he woos Rosanne Lacy by letter. Rosanne falls for Frank’s delicious prose, but when they meet in person at the duke’s wedding party, Rosanne can’t understand why Frank seems so …dull. And why is she drawn to the dark brooding Earl of Bruton, with his scarred face and air of melancholy?

When I Met My Duchess

by Caroline Linden

Gareth Cavendish, Duke of Wessex, believes he’s chosen the perfect bride…until he meets her sister and lightning strikes–literally! Now he’s the only member of society dreading the wedding of the season. Or is he? Cleo Barrows can’t fathom why her knees weaken every time the handsome duke approaches, or why her sister isn’t in the clouds at the prospect of marrying him. But the more often wedding plans throw Cleo and Gareth intimately together, the faster time is running out to turn the celebration of the summer into the scandal of the year.

How Angela Got Her Rogue Back

by Katharine Ashe

When gorgeous Lord Trenton Ascot beckons to history grad student Angela Cowdrey from the pages of a comic book, she thinks she’s going crazy. When Trent rescues her from a lake and she claims she’s from the future, he knows he is. But a blackmailer is threatening Trent’s family and Angela is determined to help. While unraveling the mystery of her time-travel trip to the duke’s wedding, this modern girl and Regency lord just might discover a passion that defies centuries.


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  1. I love reading Regency romance and the swoon worthy heroes don’t have to be Dukes to satisfy me. However, my favorite heroines are ‘feisty” and must be intelligent!

  2. I love swoon worth Dukes, as well as all kinds of other fantastic heroes. My favorite type of heroine is a feisty, independent young lady who doesn’t need the hero to rescue her, in fact she might even rescue him. 😀 I’ve always enjoyed reading Regency romances because it’s just a romantic period, with lots of balls, country house parties, and other amusements being held all during the season.

  3. I always love the etiquette of Regency Romances. I love the swoon worthy Dukes who break all the rules too and I love the feisty heroines who give them a run for their money. What’s not to love?

  4. I enjoy reading Regency romances because of the balls, gowns and lovely manners of the characters. Swoon worthy dukes and feisty heroines are always entertaining since they are so good at finding trouble.
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