Bestselling Lords and Ladies: Feather, London, Duran

Rushed to the Altar, A Courtesan's Scandal, Bound by Your Touch

Bestselling Lords and Ladies: Feather, London, Duran

This ebook boxed set of historical romance bestsellers set in Regency England features novels by Jane Feather, Julia London, and Meredith Duran.
  • Pocket Books | 
  • 900 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781451652123 | 
  • June 2011
List Price $22.99

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About the Authors

Jane Feather
Photograph by Steve Knight

Jane Feather

Jane Feather is the New York Times bestselling author of more than thirty sensual historical romances, including the Blackwater Bride series. She was born in Cairo, Egypt, and grew up in the south of England. She currently lives in Washington, DC, with her family. There are more than 10 million copies of her books in print.

Julia London
Photograph © Carrie D'Anna, In The Still Photography

Julia London

Julia London is the New York Times, USA TODAY, and Publisher's Weekly bestselling author of historical romance, contemporary romance, and women's fiction with strong romantic elements, including the Secrets of Hadley Green bestselling series, and the Homecoming Ranch series. She is a four-time finalist for the RITA Award of Excellence in Romantic Fiction, and the recipient of Romantic Times Bookclub's Best Historical Novel. She lives in Austin, Texas.

Meredith Duran
Shelley McGuire

Meredith Duran

Meredith Duran is the USA TODAY bestselling author of ten previous novels. She blames Anne Boleyn for sparking her lifelong obsession with British history (and for convincing her that princely love is no prize if it doesn’t come with a happily-ever-after). She enjoys collecting old etiquette manuals, guidebooks to nineteenth-century London, and travelogues by intrepid Victorian women.