Described as "a golden romance," One Golden Ring
(Book 2, Brazen Brides) is a Christmas book that is one of
Cheryl's classic marriage-of-convenience stories. This
edition features a new cover, but the story is the same
which won Best Historical of 2005 (Holt Medallion). The
print edition is once again available after being
out-of-print for more than ten years.
A lot of Cheryl's
faithful readers may already have read the red-cover edition
of this heartwarming holiday book.
Cheryl's newer books, this book is pretty spicy.
Here's what reviewers
thought of it:
"Who can resist a
marriage of convenience between a couple who have nothing in
common — but passion! One Golden Ring is an irresistible
pleasure." Eloisa James, NY Times Best-selling author
"PERFECT 10! Totally delightful, beautifully sensual, and
endearingly romantic love story."-- Romance Designs
"This has got to be the most PERFECT Regency Romance that I
have read this year." 5 STARS Huntress Reviews
"A marriage of convenience turns passionate in Bolen's
latest sinfully sexy Regency."--Booklist
"Not just a warm, toasty holiday tale, this novel is an
emotionally touching romance." 4 Stars--Romantic Times
My readers have asked
for a new Regent Mystery, and I'm delivering in time for
An Egyptian Affair (Book 4 in the series) was released December 15.
Here are the details
about Captain Jack and Lady Daphne's latest adventure:
A fresh romance
with each new mystery . . .
While Captain Jack
Dryden would lay down his life for the Regent, he draws the
line at endangering his wife in the dark alleyways of
Cairo-the place where the Regent's friend and procurer of
antiquities has gone missing.
But Lady Daphne Dryden
will not be denied the opportunity to see swaying palms,
crumbling pillars, and soaring pyramids in exotic Egypt. She
even insists on bringing her youngest sister, Rosemary,
who's enamored of all things Egyptian. The Regent insists on
sending Stanton Maxwell, England's most imminent expert on
Egyptology, as their interpreter and his own soldiers as
Once in Cairo, Jack
and Daphne begin their inquiries, inquiries which almost
certainly cause the murder of one woman and the abduction of
Lady Rosemary. Will Jack and Daphne's wits-and the
unexpected bravery of Mr. Maxwell-be enough to extricate
them from danger and unmask the evil-doers?