Jo Beverley pens romance novels of immense appeal, as evidenced by her frequent appearances on the New York Times best-seller list. In this installment of Beverley’s Georgian Secrets trilogy, young Dorcas Caroline Froggatt rushes into marriage with a soldier who defends her honor. Supposedly killed soon after going off to war, the erstwhile groom again figures in Dorcas’ life when, years later, she attempts to marry another.
With Hazard, Beverley delivers a tale of forbidden love. With her beauty and her wealth, Lady Anne Peckworth is quite a catch. But she carries bitterness from a broken heart—until the dangerous Race de Vere enters her life. Can Anne summon the strength to resist Race and his wild ways?
"Good Book, Good Narrator"
Portia St. Claire's brother has gambled and lost, throwing her into the power of ruthless men. Their price for his life is her virtue, to be auctioned off in London's most notorious brothel. To retrieve an incriminating letter, Bryght Malloren once broke into a house where he was greeted at pistol point by a resolute woman-a woman he could swear stands before him, masked and trembling, on a madam's auction block.
When her vile brother's wicked scheming ruins her reputation, Eleanor Chivenham is forced into a marriage of convenience. Yet there is much more to her new husband than meets the eye, and soon her heart is filled with unexpected desires.
"It was okay"
Desperate to help her widowed sister and baby escape a deadly pursuer, Lady Chastity Ware dresses as a highwayman and captures the first coach to travel down the road. Coming face-to-face with its occupant, the arrogant aristocrat Cyn Malloren, she orders him to drive her to a remote cottage. Little does Chastity realize that after long months of recovering from his war wounds, the handsome Cyn is looking for adventure, and being abducted by a cocky highwayman - obviously a lovely woman in disguise - is even more than he had hoped for.
New York Times best-selling author Jo Beverley's Company of Rogues novels are coveted by romance fans who savor their irresistible passion and intrigue. Lady Beware introduces Horatio Cave, a handsome heir struggling to redeem his long-tarnished family name. The Cave family has a dark, checkered past. Horatio, now home from a war in which he was distinguished for uncommon bravery and courage, is titled Viscount Darien.
New York Times best-selling author Jo Beverley has received numerous RITA Awards and Readers' Choice Awards from romance fans. Set in the late 1700s, Winter Fire is a tale of reunion and reignited passions. Genova Smith has no patience for the Marquess of Ashart, even if he is sinfully attractive, but when they share a fiery kiss, they must both fight to protect their hearts from being stolen.
"Back-story optional, Mallorens included"
Returning home from the battle of Waterloo, Major George "Hawk" Hawkinville discovers his father has squandered away the family estate. To keep his home, Hawk decides to marry Clarissa Greystone, a contemptuous gold-digger, who’s vast fortune isn’t her only asset.
"Simon Prebble and Jo Beverley Are Wonderful!"
Although not penned as a sequel to The Devil’s Heiress, Dragon’s Bride introduces Con Somerford, Earl of Wyvern. Somerford inherits an earldom on the coast of England, which he has not visited for over a decade. Years of war and estrangement with his father have left him hard and alone and completely undesiring of the title or lands he now holds.
"The Dragon's Bride"
Winner of numerous RITA awards and multiple Career Achievement Awards from Romantic Times, Jo Beverley keeps listeners hot under the collar with her riveting period romances. Here the lovely Petra d’Avernio is on a desperate hunt to find her real father—an English lord who doesn’t know she exists and may be the only person who can protect her. On her journey she meets the devilishly clever earl Robin Fitzvitry, and a passionate affair is enflamed.
Dramatic and suspenseful, Skylark is a tale of reawakened love. Young widow Laura Gardeyne must protect her son, who is heir to his family's fortune. When an old friend, the handsome Stephen Ball, offers his help, they soon discover secrets that could destroy the Gardeyne legacy.
Jo Beverley is a New York Times best-selling author whose lush romances have earned her a place in the Romance Writers of America Hall of Fame. An Unwilling Bride traces an unlikely match between two headstrong people. In order to keep his vast estates in the family, the Duke of Belcraven must find a suitable bride for Lucien de Vaux, his only heir. But the woman he chooses for Lucien has plans of her own. It will take more than simple romance to turn this arrangement into a fairy tale wedding.
"LOVED IT !!!!!!"
In A Most Unsuitable Man, Damaris Myddleton has plenty of money - but she is looking for a husband with a title who will lead her into the welcoming arms of the aristocracy. Despite her quest for respectability, she keeps noticing her attraction to Mr. Octavius Fitzroger, a penniless man with no prospects who agrees to help Damaris find just the right spouse.
"A Lady Needs a Hero"
New York Times best-selling sensation Jo Beverley's acclaimed romances have earned her four RITA Awards from the Romance Writers of America. This final installment in her Company of Rogues series promises a glorious send-off to the last bachelor in their ranks. Lady Mara St. Bride spends an adventure-filled evening on the town in London and winds up in a bit of trouble. Coming to her rescue is dashing Lord Darius Debenham, a good man with a noble, yet painful past.
The Rogue's Return?i> continues the popular Company of Rogues series by New York Times best-selling author Jo Beverley. Simon St. Bride has been in Canada fighting the War of 1812 - but the war is over now, and Simon is ready to come home. Before he leaves, however, Simon must defend a young woman's honor. What does her past hide?
"great narration, story good but now quite 5 star"
In this sizzling tale, young Miles Cavanagh becomes the improbable guardian to Felicity Monahan, a wealthy, headstrong heiress who seems set on marrying an unscrupulous cad who clearly only wants to wed Felicity for one reason - and that reason is not love.
"Loved the story but the reader drove me nuts"