I don't normally review books but with this one i will. The first one is a comedy of errors and the twists and turns made me laugh out loud! The second book is about two stubborn people that can't figure out how to compromise in their marriage. Both of these books will keep you reading long after you should have put the book down.
Lady Whiltons Wedding
When her cantankerous Uncle Albert dies, Daphne Whilton vows not to let his death ruin her mothers wedding day. But to keep the news of his passing a secret, she must keep his corpse hidden until the festivities are over. Its no easy task, thoughUncle Albert is proving to be even more of a nuisance after his death than he ever was alive. So when the grooms handsome son, Lord Graydon Howell, offers to lend a hand, Daphne is forever indebted to himand hopelessly in love
Lovely Lisanne Neville has always loved the beauty of Sevrin Woods. But now they are to be destroyed to pay off the Duke of St. Sevrins gambling debts. In order to save them, Lisanne proposes marriage to the dukeand her fortune for his woods. The groom-to-be knows he has nothing to offer this sprite of a girl but his crumbling home, a blackened reputation, and a mountain of billsbut one can never underestimate the power of love
2 titles in one book
LADY WHILTON'S WEDDING
Daphne Whilton's widowed mother is remarrying, but Daphne's uncle Albert is determined to throw a monkey wrench into the wedding plans if he can't keep the money his late brother left his widow. When Albert dies, it seems that he's won after all, as a death in the family would postpone a wedding for at least 6 months. So Daphne decides to hide the body, aided unknowingly by the groom's son Graydon and the loyal butler.
AN ENCHANTED AFFAIR
Lisanne Neville can see fairies, which makes people think she's odd. Her parents die, leaving her an orphan heiress, and her greedy uncle takes over, alternately punishing her and ignoring her. She routinely escapes to the "haunted" woods, but this is threatened when the impoverished Duke of St. Sevrin who owns them decides to sell the timber. She proposes marriage to him as beneficial to both--saving her woods and getting her out from under her uncle's thumb, and paying off his debts.