The Brazen Brides series
Counterfeit Countess (Book 1)
Readers who like their Regencies spiced with danger and desire will love
Bolen's humorous and sexy romance—Booklist
Edward, the Earl of Warwick, get rid of the beautiful woman who comes
barreling into his house with no less than fourteen trunks, a younger
sister, a maid, and a very large cat? The imposter claims to be Lady
orders from his superior at the Foreign Office, Edward can't get
rid of her because her late husband held the clue to the identity of
England's greatest traitor, a clue they must get. But how can Edward be
with Maggie, the lovely counterfeit countess, day in and day out—and
still keep his pledge to wed another? (More
Golden Ring (Book 2)
Medallion, Best Historical Romance
Who can resist a marriage of convenience between a couple who have
nothing in common—but passion!—Eloisa James,
New York Times Bestselling author
year has been most unkind to Lady Fiona Hollingsworth. First, the man
she has been promised to for half her life (Edward, Earl Warwick, hero
of Counterfeit Countess) broke her heart by marrying another.
Then her beloved father died, leaving his financial affairs in
shambles. And now her eldest brother has been abducted by Spanish
outlaws who demand an exorbitant ransom to ensure his safe return.
Desperate to save her brother, Fiona remembers a chance meeting with the
handsome Nicholas Birmingham, the richest stockbroker in all of England,
a man shunned by her brother. She casts her pride aside and goes to
Nicholas, but all she has to offer as collateral is . . . herself. (More
Oh What A (Wedding) Night (Book 3)
As Lady Sophia Beresford (recently Lady Finkel) passes
through the gates of her new bridegroom’s country estate and he begins
to whisper in her ear of the delights that await her in his bed, Lady
Sophia realizes she has made a most dreadful mistake. There’s only one
thing to do. She must bolt.
The bride-on-the-run is rescued by the exceedingly handsome William
Birmingham who thinks she’s a woman named Isadore, and though he’s the
richest man in England, she mistakes him for a common (but well-to-do)
criminal. Since she’d rather be dead than wed to Finkel, Sophia pretends
to be Isadore and take her chances with the provocative Mr. Birmingham.
But how could she have known that her ruse would bring the gallant Mr.
Birmingham into such peril from the wicked man she married? And how
could she have known her enigmatic rescuer would ignite passions she’d
never known she possessed? (More
Marriage of Inconvenience (Book
fans and new readers alike will be delighted with her [Rebecca
Peabody's] story.—In Print, Kay Hudson
marriage between bluestocking Rebecca Peabody (sister of Counterfeit
Countess) and a powerful peer turns out to be anything but. . .
NOTE TO READER: The cover for Marriage of
Inconvenience is not consistent with the other three covers in the series because
publisher holds the rights to the book as well as the cover art.