Bio: Joan Vincent's sister brought her 200 Regencies in 1976 when she was confined to bed for several weeks. By the last one, Joan decided that she could write a Regency because she loved history and the written word. After a few disappointments, she wrote and sold Thomasina to Dell. It made the Dalton Mass Media list, and Dell purchased seven more manuscripts. After retiring from teaching, Joan Vincent returned to writing in 2000, and in June 2002 sold The Promise Rose. The Scapegrace Miss, retitled The Betrothal, was released by Avalon Books in June, 2005. For more on Joan Vincent, visit her website at www.joanvincent.net.

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A Bond of Honour
Lady Juliane Perrill was determined to escape the revolution in France and bring her orphaned niece and nephew safely to England. By joining with the Earl of Tretain as a "family" she might make their journey safer. But there was danger everywhere--including in the earl's arms. Georgian Romance by Joan Vincent; originally published by Dell Candlelight Georgian Special
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A Scheme for Love
What was this strange legacy Mathilda Bartone's husband had bequeathed her in return for their May-December marriage? "Present the Doll in Red to my solicitor within six months or forfeit all rights to Bartone Hollows and to my fortune." Her search for the doll led to London with its wicked ways--and to brooding young Lord Bartone. Regency Romance by Joan Vincent; originally published by Dell Candlelight Regency Special
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Rescued by Love
Sisters Sarita and Deborah, Reverend Durham's daughters, live in a remote Sussex rectory where tyrannical Lord Pergrine keeps them impoverished and in danger. But the breakdown of a coach brings spritely Lady Phillippa, plump Lady Imogene, and haughty Lady Brienne to the rescue. In their search for adventure, these three elderly ladies caused mayhem--and matchmaking. Georgian Romance by Joan Vincent; originally published by Dell Candlelight
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The Audacious Miss
Lord Greydon had mistaken Audacia Aderly for a boy--because he'd caught her in her brother's breeches. So Audacia was sent to her godmother in London to learn the ways of the ton. Amused at the impossibility of such a lesson, Lord Greydon arrived to find Audacia surrounded by beaux--and by scandal. Regency Romance by Joan Vincent; originally published by Dell Candlelight Regency
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The Curious Rogue
It was a strange experience for Elizabeth Jeffries to have a rogue jump into her carriage on a rainy night--and kiss her passionately. She was disturbed more by the excitement of his embrace than fear of him. And though he vanished, the memory of him lingered, making it difficult for Elizabeth to marry the foppish Comte de Cavilon--though Cavilon's tender ways intrigued her. Georgian Romance by Joan Vincent; originally published by Dell Candlelight Georgian Special
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The Education of Joanne
Rebellious Lady Joanne is banished to the obscurity of Kentoncombe by her father, the libertine Earl of Furness. Lord Jason Kenton, determined to transform her into a lady, was duty-bound to introduce her to the London ton. Destined for another man's arms--and marriage, was Lady Joanne woman enough to teach her tutor a lesson in love? Georgian Romance by Joan Vincent; originally published by Dell Candlelight
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The Promise Rose
When Lady Barry danced with a masked gentleman at Raneleagh Gardens, she felt a surprising tingle of pleasure. This was no stranger, but the now Earl of Prideau, who had broken his pledge of love. Lady Barry was struggling to free her late husband's estate from his debts, and now attempts were made on her stepson's life. Was Prideau the villain, or would he solve the mystery? Georgian Romance by Joan Vincent; originally published by Avalon
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Thomasina
Thomasina Thait had watched her well-born father gamble away their estate and drive her mother to an early grave. So Tommi was determined not to marry but to remain a governess. The Marquess of Thornhill was the gambler who had ruined her family, but she found it difficult to resist his brooding eyes, his handsome face--and his kiss. Regency Romance by Joan Vincent; originally published by Dell Candlelight Regency Special
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