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The Duke’s Best Friend

Regency espionage romance is gaining ground, and this title will please readers who like tradecraft as much as the tumble into love of two well-matched characters. Fans of the series won’t want to miss the sequel to A Gentleman Ought To Know.

A Duke Too Far

Ashford continues this sweet Regency series (after How To Cross a Marquess) with a irresistible love story featuring a fearless heroine and a reluctant hero who find the answers they’re searching for in each other, aided by an entertaining ensemble of secondary characters. Series fans will gravitate toward this title, but new readers should start with the first book, Brave New Earl.

How To Cross a Marquess

Ashford’s third book in the series (after A Lord Apart) reveals that distance and time and perhaps a nudge from the right person at the right moment can set us on a new path toward happiness. Plenty of peril and intrigue keep the pages of this satisfying Regency romance turning.

The Duke Knows Best

Smart repartee, a host of delightful characters, exceptional period detail, and music so beautifully described that readers can almost hear it float off the page make this exquisite charmer one to savor. Ashford (Nothing Like a Duke) lives in Beverly Hills, CA.

Heir to the Duke

Graced with lively wit, excellent period detail, and appealing protagonists, this fetching romp enthusiastically launches Ashford's new series. Ashford (Married to a Perfect Stranger) lives in Boston.

Married to a Perfect Stranger

Ashford (The Headstrong Ward; The Bride Insists) has created sympathetic protagonists in Mary and John. Each is at the bottom of their respective family's ladder of expectations, yet through each other's encouragement and love they find strength and self-worth. An absorbing romance, for all collections.

The Bride Insists

Ashford (Once Again a Bride) establishes a union made for all the wrong reasons until trust and love can set things to rights. Alternating perspectives from paragraph to paragraph keeps the characters' responses immediate, while highlighting Jamie's growing dependence on drink makes the story topical as well as heartbreaking. And who van resist those hoydenish twins? For all historical romance fans.

Once Again a Bride

Well-rendered, relatable characters, superb writing, an excellent sense of time and place, and gentle wit make this a romance that shouldn't be missed. After an absence of ten years from the romance market, Ashford returns with a Regency winner that will please her longtime fans and garner new ones, as well. Ashford (Bride To Be) lives in Boston.

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