Tales of Ladies in Perfect Distress

A Historical Regency Romance Boxset

Three heartwarming Regency romances, full of exciting twists and turns, that will truly change the way you think about love.

The Odd Riddle of the Lost Duchess

Lady Emmeline and Noah Fitzroy, the Duke of Newberry, were supposed to hate each other due to the traditional rivalry between their families. But instead, they fell in love, causing chaos. After a terrible accident took Emmeline’s life, Noah is the only one that can unravel the mystery of her death. But all he finds is a shawl and a chocolate box…

The Ambiguous Enigma of the Haunted Lady

Thrown into a world she never chose, Leah Benson was raised to be the perfect thief. When Kenneth Wilson, Duke of Worthington, takes her under his wings, he starts to develop feelings for her. He soon realizes that Leah just might be the key to a years-old riddle. But someone has set a trap for both of them, and they are walking right into it…

Unchaining the Heart of the Marquess

Josephine Murton, a maid for the Hadley family, has been in love with Frederick Hadley, Marquess of Pentford, all her life. Blinded by their differences in social status, Frederick has been rejecting her love to protect his family’s spotless reputation. But when anonymous letters addressed to his mother arrive, Frederick risks losing not only Josephine, but also his very own birthright.

Three unforgettable romances filled with mystery, suspense, dashing Lords and unique Ladies, and most of all, true love! Explore the beauty of Regency England in this delightful romance collection.

*These are clean, stand-alone romances. Each book in the series is approximately 90.000 words (around 450 pages). No cheating, no cliffhangers, and a sweet happily ever after.

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