Three Complete Novels Author:Barbara Cartland Lights, Laughter and A Lady — Left nearly destitute by her father's debts, Minella Clinton ventures to London to ask a childhood friend, Connie to help her find respectable employment. To her astonishment, Connie, a parson's daughter is a Gaiety Girl. When another actress becomes ill, Connie prevails on Minella to take her place at the Earl of ... more »Wynterborne's private party. The Earl had a "thing" going on with the ill actress, but finds himself passionately attracted to Minella and visa verse. Minella sees mariage, but finds out the Earl is already married.
Love In The Moon
Lady Caneda Lang journeys to the Dordogne region of France, determined to teach her maternal grandparents and the family of the Duc de Saumac a lesson they will never forget for socially ostracizing her mother after she married Englishman Gerald Lang. But the current Duc, the son of the man her mother spurned, is not at all what she imagined him to be and neither are his parents or the rest of the family. In fact, against her will she finds herself undeniably attracted to him.
Bride To The King
An arranged marriage to King Gyorgy of Dorsia-a total stranger and a reputed rake-is the last thing Zosina wants, but as oldest daughter of Arch-Duke Ferdinand of Luzelstein, she accepts it as her duty to cement the alliance between their two countries and thwart the growing power of Emporer Bismark of Gerrmany who wants to annex both Dorsia and Luzelstein. But all of Zosina's worst fear are confirmed when she meets the imature and self destructive king. To make things worse, she finds herself drawn to the king's handsome Regent.
Although the plots sound thin, once you get into each of the stories they are quite good. They have some unexpected twists - easpoecially when you think you know what is coming next.« less