Beau Brummell was the arbiter of fashion in Regency London--and a friend of the Prince Regent. When the Duchess of York asked him to investigate the murder of the Countess of Wrayburn, he could not refuse. Miss Ashton, the Countess's paid companion, was suspected--and it would take a clever gentleman to discover that there were others with a motive for murder. Winner of an Agatha. Regency Mystery by Rosemary Stevens; originally published by Berkley Prime Crime
Giles Vayne, Duke of Winterton is reminded daily by his talking parrot to find a suitable bride. Henrietta Lanford, a Squire's daughter, is not suitable. But then Giles commits a crime of manners that can ruin Henrietta before her first ball. Is it the duke's sense of duty or his growing passion that compels him to protect her? First in the Cats of Mayfair series. Regency Romance by Rosemary Stevens; originally published by Fawcett Crest.
Widowed Lady Margery Fortescue has suffered through several wretched Christmases and intends for this one to be better. Then her cottage roof caves in. Forced to accept a house party invitation, she is mistaken for a maid at an inn on the way--by a decidedly handsome rogue, Lord Reckford. Who proceeds to show up at the holiday gathering, as unrepentant as ever. Regency Romance by Rosemary Stevens; originally published by Fawcett Crest
The Earl of Ravenswood had decided never to marry an intelligent woman like his stepmother. She had used her cleverness to bankrupt Raven's Hall. His lordship's determination ruled out beautiful and wise Miss Daphne Kendall. Or would two meddling servants and one determined cat change his mind? Book Three of the Cats of Mayfair. Regency Romance by Rosemary Stevens; originally published by Fawcett Crest
Proper Miss Verity Pymbroke would never rent out her townhouse to Lord Carrisworth, a rake known for his wild parties and one who keeps twins as his mistresses! But she doesn't count on the schemes of two matchmaking neighbors and a determined cat in this lighthearted romance. Book Two of the Cats of Mayfair. Regency Romance by Rosemary Stevens; originally published by Fawcett Crest