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The Ton’s Most Eligible Bachelor
Peyton Worthing, Lord Ives, has it all: looks, wealth and a title. Knowing her son’s worth in the Marriage Market, every year his mother holds a house party to which she invites only the cream of the new crop of London debutantes. And each year they go away empty-handed for no one can meet her exacting standards or capture his elusive heart.
The Season’s Most Mistrustful Heiress
Isabel Bentham was orphaned at a young age when her father died, and then her mother died shortly thereafter of a broken heart. Determined not to make the same mistake as her parents, she plans to marry for security, not love. She longs for a decent man who will provide her with a safe haven, not a flirt and a gambler who might make her hear beat faster, but will surely break it in two.
The House Party that Set Tongues Wagging
Peyton’s mother has finally found the perfect woman and invited her, along with her wealthy, but thoroughly unsuitable cousin, to her annual party. But is a woman of impeccable virtue the best mate for an all too fallible rake?