The Dutiful Duke

The Dutiful Duke

Joan Overfield

Joan Overfield

A Lady Incensed...Miss Thomasina “Nia” Pringle has resolved to champion the cause of an innocent child illegitimately sired and then abandoned by an unscrupulous aristocrat. And so the beautiful, high-spirited school teacher confronts the blackguard’s brother and insists that he acknowledge the unfortunate waif.A Gallant Gentleman...Wyatt Perryvale is aghast when a strange woman steals into his coach, points a gun at him… and demands that he accept responsibility for a fatherless urchin! The child’s resemblance to Wyatt’s late lamented brother is uncanny however. So the sad, fair-minded lord agrees to take her in and hires the audacious Miss Pringle to act as her governess - never dreaming that Nia has much to teach him as well... about joy, and living, and love.
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Belle Of The Ball

Belle Of The Ball

Joan Overfield

Joan Overfield

The Lady Changes Her Mind...At twenty-six, Belle Portham has turned a cold shoulder on many a would-be suitor, preferring to marry for position rather than risk her considerable inheritance for some handsome rake with an eye on her fortune. Lord Marcus Colford is just such a rake in Belle’s eyes, and one she’d prefer to ignore.Fascinated by glimpses of the passionate woman who hides behind the cool façade, Marcus longs to set her free. And even as Belle tried to deny it, she knows Marcus has awakened feelings in her that make the loveless marriage she once sought unthinkable. But changing her mind is a risky business... and they’re both about to find out just how dangerous falling in love can be.
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The Scotsman and the Spinster

The Scotsman and the Spinster

Joan Overfield

Joan Overfield

A Reluctant Gallant …Ross Maccailan, a lifelong Army man, never wanted his newly-inherited title. And as a proud and rugged Scot, he never dreamed that he would become a member of effete English society. But his stern sense of duty brought him home from the front, to campaign for war funds in the House of Lords. His first priority was learning the ways of the ton – and the lady assigned to tutor him, Miss Adalaide Terrington, was as exacting as a drill sergeant!A Mistress of Manners …Adalaide, “the Terror of the Terringtons,” had transformed many an awkward relative into an elegant gentleman. But this headstrong soldier was her most challenging pupil yet! As Ross made him bow to society beside her, they were about to find the maneuvers of the heart were as intricate as etiquette and as dangerous as any battle …"Ms. Overfield's sense of romance is deliciously unerring." -- -- Romantic Times
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