Author > “Marguerite Kaye”(Order by Newest First)
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The year is 1830 and Caroline, the daughter of a British aristocrat, can no longer bear the violence of the man her father decided she would marry. She impulsively gets her hands on a powerful drug, and as her consciousness fades away, she realizes she is being held by gentle arms. Could it be her secret love, Sebastian Conway? She and the aloof Sebastian keep meeting and parting...It's a love that makes Caroline want to cry. Must they be forever kept apart by circumstance?
(c)MAKIKO HARADA/MARGUERITE KAYE
Innocent in the Sheikh's Harem [ Total vol 2 ] Completed
Lady Celia's father had arranged her marriage to a diplomat, and then, before they could even enjoy married life, they departed to Arabia, where her husband was to be stationed. But they were attacked by rebels during their journey and Celia's husband was killed. Thank goodness a handsome local man showed up to save Celia at just the moment when her life was in danger! It turns out that the man who appeared was none other than Sheikh Ramiz of A'Qadiz. And now the beautiful prince who risked his life to save hers has asked Celia to join his harem!
(c)KARIN MIYAMOTO/MARGUERITE KAYE
Cressie may be the daughter of a count, but her family has never let her forget that she is the most plain of all of her sisters. Now, years after her debut in London high society, she still hasn't found a husband...and her father, the stern Count Armstrong, tells her she will now serve as her stepbrothers' tutor. Left with no choice but to obey his orders, she arrives at her stepmother's house, where she meets Giovanni di Matteo. He's a world-famous portrait artist who's been hired to paint a picture of her stepbrothers. Cressie doesn't know how to respond when the gorgeous Signor di Matteo tells her he wants to paint her picture, but before long, she feels the distance between the two of them growing smaller. Little does she know that Giovanni hasn't been entirely forthcoming about his background...
(c)NEI NOWAKI/MARGUERITE KAYE