''Witty dialogue and clever schemes...Grey's vivid characters will charm readers.'' -Booklist
''Bewitching, beguiling...enchanting and addictive.'' -Fresh Fiction
Regency romance by bestselling author Amelia Grey ''grabs you by the heart, draws you in, and does not let go'' (Romance Junkies). Now, get the Rogues' Dynasty romance trilogy for one low price.
About the Books in this Regency Romance Bundle
A Duke to Die For
The roguish Duke of Blakewell has a lovely young ward, and he'd better marry her off as soon as possible, before he gives in to temptation. But Henrietta doesn't want a husband-she wants her independence. Sure that she carries a curse that killed her previous guardians, Henrietta wants the duke to sign over her inheritance before something terrible befalls him. In a moment of passion, they become scandalously entangled. Suddenly the duke must take Henrietta's curse seriously, and she must take drastic measures to save him...
A Marquis to Marry
Alexander Mitchell Raceworth, the dashing fourth Marquis of Raceworth, is shocked when the alluring young Duchess of Brookfield accuses him of stealing priceless pearls belonging to her family. Susannah is the most beautiful, enchanting woman he has ever met, but despite his attraction, he's not about to hand over the pearls. Though suspicion and mistrust drive them apart when the pearls are stolen, Race suggests they pool their resources to recover them. If they do find them, will they finally be able to give in to love, or will the truth about the elusive necklace tear them apart once and for all?
An Earl to Enchant
Lord Morgandale is as notorious as he is dashing, and he's determined no woman will tie him down. But from the moment young Arianna Sweet appears on his doorstep, he cannot resist her fascinating personality and tempting green eyes. But Arianna has a deadly secret: she is in possession of her father's groundbreaking discovery-one that someone would kill for. She can't tell Lord Morgandale her secret, but she desperately needs his help. Can he save the lady without losing his heart?