The Bride Trilogy

For years, I had a mental image of a silver-haired girl who flitted through a garden and didn't speak, though I didn't know her story.  Then one day she intersected my vague concept for a story about estranged male twins where one must go to the other for help.  Bingo!  The Wild Child was born.
Since I hate to leave a potential hero lonely and alone, that led to a story about the other twin, The China Bride.
Lastly came The Bartered Bride.  The heroine was a young girl in the Fallen Angels story Shattered Rainbows, and I'd always wanted to write about her, but I had to wait till she grew up.  The stories are set a few years post-Regency, from the late 1820s to the early 1830s.

The Bride Trilogy, In Order:

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  • The Wild Child

    The Bride Trilogy, Book 1

    Dominic Renbourne has been bribed to take his twin brother Kyle’s place at Warfield Manor, where he is to pay gentlemanly court to Lady Meriel Grahame, the extravagantly wealthy heiress Kyle intends to marry. The deception need only take a few weeks and no one will be the wiser, especially the strange Lady Meriel who is whispered to be . …

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  • The China Bride

    The Bride Trilogy, Book 2

    Born to a Scottish father and now living in China, Troth Montgomery grew up speaking several languages and thinking of faraway England as home. Enduring life as a concubine, she never imagined that one day she would leave the Orient, arriving in bitter winter at the estate of a stranger–the brother of the man who had briefly been her husband. …

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  • The Bartered Bride

    The Bride Trilogy, Book 3

    After building a fortune in the exotic East, American adventurer and merchant prince Gavin Elliott sets his sails for London to begin a new life. Then fate intervenes on an infamous island in the East Indies where a European woman faces degradation and peril. Though saving her may cost Gavin his life, he cannot refuse to help the fierce beauty …

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