The Brazen Burrells
The First Appearance of the Burrells – Frank is Jenny’s rejected suitor.
Enter the world of the most notorious gambling den in London, where matches are made… unusually. Welcome to the world of THE LYON’S DEN: The Black Widow of Whitehall Connected World, where the underground of Regency London thrives… and loves.
Heiress to a fortune, Jenny Hambling needs a husband, before she is made to marry a man she despises. The Lyon’s Den is her only option to buy a husband fast.
But she runs into the last man she wants to meet, Miles, The Duke of Goldthorpe. He ruined Jenny’s debut by calling her a Mill Girl. Now he will ruin her bargain with his friend.
Three years ago, Miles saw Jenny and tumbled head over heels in love. Doubting his feelings, he called her a name he later regretted, but he arrived at her house too late to apologize. Jenny had gone home. Philosophically, Miles put the whole incident down to a brief infatuation and went on with his life. But infuriatingly, he could never forget her.
Now, he can do no less than make amends for her disastrous first season.
Thrown together, Jenny and Miles find their attraction as strong as ever. But their lives have moved on, and they find themselves in a new place. Miles is a duke with all the pomp and responsibility that entails. Jenny has an industrial empire to manage in the north. The obstacles seem too great.
But are they really?
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The Lair Of The Burrells
Newly married Frank Burrell and his wife Cecilia pay a visit to his grandfather, Viscount Hetherington, in the wilds of the Scottish highlands. But the ship they are on is wrecked, and many are lost.
Stuck in the Lair of the Burrells, a dark, dank Scottish castle, Cecilia wonders if she and Frank survived Waterloo only to get here. The Viscount doesn’t want them, and is still not inclined to forgive Frank’s father for eloping with his mother. And Frank is among the missing.
Can Cecilia and Frank find their way back to each other in time?
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There’s more to come!
There’s another novella to come at Christmas, and a three book series about the Burrell girls, impoverished but beautiful, who set out to conquer Regency society.