Now for the first time in a single volume: two long unavailable yet beloved romance classics from a New York Times bestselling favorite.
In these two delectable novels, someone craves to be married and loses sight of the joys of true love-until their heart is opened unexpectedly...
The Fortune Hunter-A stunning beauty rejects the charming suitor who isn't wealthy enough to save her impoverished family. But she can't so easily dismiss the memory of their sweet shared kiss.
Deirdre and Don Juan-The dashing Earl of Everdon is most eager to marry someone-anyone-who will bear him an heir. But when he meets a quiet, well-bred lady who fits the bill, he must resort to an amorous dance of deception to gain her acceptance to his proposal.
Classic Beverley: The Fortune Hunter(1991), in which a stunningly beautiful young woman must marry money to save her siblings from poverty, and the RITA Award®-winning Deirdre and Don Juan(1993), the story of an embittered widower in search of a plain wife who won't attract male attention, have been reprinted in this marriage-focused collection. Essential for libraries serving Regency fans.