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A Lady for the Brazen Earl
When Lady Imogen Pennington falls upon the idea of using the London Season as a means of raising funds for a charitable scheme, she thinks it will be the simplest of things.
Heath Montgomery, the young and arrogant Earl of Reddington had always enjoyed a life of privilege. Looking forward to the London Season as always, he allows his determined mother a little latitude in searching for a wife for him. Miss Jemima Ravenswood, daughter of a rich and ambitious Baron, seems to fit the bill.
But when the Earl finds himself crossing conversational swords with the caring Lady Pennington, he wonders if beauty and fortune are enough for him anymore.
A Governess for the Brooding Duke
Georgette Darrington’s father dies suddenly and with serious debts, leaving her penniless. Her only choice is to become a governess. Georgette finds herself in the grand mansion of the Duke of Draycott, teaching his delightful, orphaned nieces. She realizes they are missing their home and life in Wales. Georgette must find a way to convince the Duke to take an interest in the girls’ lives, and also find a way to keep their native language alive. As the tragic tale of the Duke’s sister and her forbidden love unfolds, Georgette must struggle with the deprivations of her lowered status, not to mention the spiteful schemes of a jealous housekeeper and nurse.
A Bride for the Betrayed Earl
When Hunter Bentley, Earl of Addison, returns from Scotland, it is to find that the love of his life has married another. He is unaware that the woman he was set to marry, feeling neglected by his absence, has accepted a proposal of marriage from the Duke of Galcross. Weeks later, Emmeline Fitzgerald suffers the worst humiliation of her life. The man she is set to marry publicly announces his engagement to another. Emmeline almost turns to run, but her dignity is saved by none other than the Earl of Addison. Within days the Earl, makes her a most unusual proposal; a marriage of convenience. Finding they have more in common than they could have imagined, can Emmeline and Hunter find the path to true love? Or will the interference from Felicity and Kent drive a wedge between them?
A Beauty For The Scarred Duke
Lady Isabella Tate, and her friend, Esme, told each other terrifying tales of the monster. This monster was Elliot Covington, the Duke of Caldwell.
The Duke, scarred for life in a fire which claimed the lives of those dearest to him has been hiding in his mansion for almost eighteen years. He knows he is a figure of fear. When the Earl of Upperton sells his daughter off as a bride for the disfigured Duke, Isabella has never been more terrified.
But is life with the Duke really something to be afraid of? Will Isabella be able to get past her own prejudice and see the man beneath the scars? And will the Duke be able to let go of the pain and guilt that has swallowed him whole for almost two decades and find a new life with a new love?
Bridget Barton was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas.
She has studied English Literature in college and after a brief passage in journalism as a newspaper writer, she stirred her career to what she always loved: becoming an author!
She has always been intrigued by rascals, vagabonds, dukes and rogues, so having the chance to write stories about them is a wish come true for her!
Bridget is married to her own prince charming and is the proud mother of two daughters (and three adorable kittens) and soon to be a grandma!
She is a hopeless romantic who devours romance literature and of course enjoys writing love stories of her own.
When she is not writing, Bridget is relaxing by cooking for her lovely husband, exercising and listening to soft music.
Bridget loves to connect with her readers!
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