Georgette Brown Boxset by Georgette Brown
Regency Romances -- as hot as they come! Indulge in a world of passion and romance with headstrong heroines and rakish noblemen. This boxset of eight stories will give you hours and hours of steamy hot reading…
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Surrendering to the Rake
The Earl of Blythe turns the tables on a meddling miss determined to save her cousin from his roguish ways…
That Wicked Harlot
Can a gaming hell cardsharp resist falling for the arrogant Baron Broadmoor, a man she’s supposed to hate?
Tempting A Marquess
Miss Abbott, a proper Regency miss, refuses to take ‘no’ for an answer when the overbearing Marquess of Alastair insists on protecting her from the debauchery at an infamous chateau.
Tempting A Marquess for Christmas
When it comes to acting the gentleman, this marquess is damned if he does…and damned if he doesn’t.
The Countess and the Rake
Lord Barclay has never met a woman he can’t seduce…until now.
Pleasuring Lady Pennington
Will her ladyship’s plans to blackmail the handsome Cedman Ashely into her bed backfire?
Surrendering to the Baron
Lord Ramsay discovers that the seduction of his own wife might be the hardest part of his marriage.
An Improper Proposition
Desperate to keep the debt collectors at bay, Miss Deana Herwood makes a most improper proposition to wealthy Lord Rockwell.
If you enjoy clever dialogue, the rich settings of Jane Austen or Georgette Heyer’s world, and passion that’s HOT, HOT, HOT, you’ll love these scintillating romances from Em Brown writing as Georgette Brown.
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