Artful Deceptions

Artful Deceptions by Patricia Rice

Regency Love and Laughter, Book 3
by Patricia Rice
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-699-8

Eldest daughter of an eccentric art collector, Arianne Richards has become the caretaker of the family’s empty coffers and her irrepressible siblings. Discovering a hidden painting, she is determined to sell it to obtain the funds to send her ill mother into the country. But why does her aristocratic cousin’s suitor, the handsome and wealthy Lord Galen Locke, show so much interest in her humble person? And why does he so badly want the mysterious painting?
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Mad Maria’s Daughter

Mad Maria's Daughter by Patricia Rice

Regency Love and Laughter, Book 2
by Patricia Rice
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-698-1

Tainted by the gossip about her mad mother, Daphne Templeton defies family and society by spurning the only gentleman to make her an offer. Fleeing London rumors, she’s captured by a highwayman, who believes her mad for not fearing him when he rides off with her. Even her beloved aunt fears she’s lost her wits for not encouraging her neighbor, the quiet but handsome Lord Griffin.
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Crossed in Love

Crossed in Love by Patricia Rice

Regency Love and Laughter, Book 1
by Patricia Rice
$4.99 (Collection) ISBN 978-1-61138-697-4

Three novellas and a short story from Regency author Patricia Rice:

“The Borrowed Groom”
A bride-to-be’s sister borrows the groom left standing at the altar.

“Deceiving Appearances”
A work of art leads a lonely gentleman to his worst nightmare and a chance at love.
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All a Woman Wants

All a Woman Wants

Regency Love and Laughter, Book 4
by Patricia Rice
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-242-6

“Mac” MacTavish impulsively steals his late sister’s neglected children, only to discover it’s easier to handle a clipper in a hurricane than steer two ornery brats. What he needs is a nanny until he can take the children back to his parents in America.

Knowing herself to be too plain and large to attract a husband, Bea Cavendish has settled for a quiet life of feathering her father’s nest—until he dies, and she’s left with an estate she doesn’t know how to manage. Alone and terrified, she doesn’t know what to make of the very big, very angry man appearing at her door with two adorable hooligans in tow.

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