Regency Romance Collection
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A collection of 4 standalone Clean & Wholesome Historical Regency romance short stories with guarantee HEA and no cliffhangers.
Miss Grace Fletcher is a free spirit. An unconventional woman, she has had no interest in meeting any of the suitors that her father desired her to marry. Mr. Oliver Gale, her friend since childhood, had never seen her as any more than a sibling, yet also someone who he trusted wholeheartedly.
The two attend a ball that is seemingly like any other, except in attendance is the handsome Mr. Montgomery, Oliver's friend from the south visiting for the winter. The man is charming and well-learned, and is the first person to ever cause Grace a moment of pause.
Oliver, noticing Grace's initial reaction to Mr. Montgomery, grows ever more uncomfortable, reliving memories and shared experiences as the night grows old.
Will he be able to finally let Grace go to a man whom he calls a friend? Or will he decide that he knows who she truly belongs with?
Lord Colborne is an Earl with a deep appreciation for the arts. One evening while at his friend's home, he is introduced to the infamous Magnolia, a painter whose attention to detail far exceeds any that he had seen before. His friend informs him that no one knows who the Magnolia is, only that his artwork is highly sought after by many of society's elite.
On a trip to London, he meets a mysterious woman who appeared to have stepped out of one of the Magnolia's paintings. He and his friend are later invited to an exhibition of the Magnolia's artwork, where he meets the same mysterious woman. What he discovers there is a secret so intriguing that he nor the mysterious woman will never be the same.
Sunlight and Shadows
Greenview Manor is a pleasant estate, and belongs to the well-respected Honeyfield family. Employed there are only the finest workers, including Miss Bannerman. When Mr. Honeyfield finally seeks to replace his butler, the entire household, including Miss Bannerman, is surprised when he hires Mr. Clarke, a young and handsome man. He soon discovers a family with a broken past and deep affection for one another.
Miss Bannerman and Mr. Clarke immediately take an interest in one another, but fear what their fellow servants or the master of the house will think of their relationship. They go to great lengths to conceal it, and in the end, it proves to be a detrimental mistake.
What will Mr. Honeyfield say if he discovers their secret? Will they ever be able to be together, and not have their relationship be limited to stolen moments, passing by one another in the halls?
The First Impression
Sophia Worthington has a secret admirer. One evening at a ball, her father informs her of a suitor that she is to meet. When a very handsome and humorous young man named Mr. Nightingale asks her to dance, she finds herself delighted at the choice her father made. After a blissful evening, she leaves convinced that her future is set.
When a letter arrives at her home for her father, she becomes overcome with joy at the reappearance of her dance partner from the ball. When the gentleman that arrives turns out to be another man she had danced with and was none too happy about, she is very confused, and her father is most displeased. Will she be able to make her father believe that the man she met at the ball is a suitable match? Or will he insist that his choice is best?