The Dangerous Series
Dangerous Illusions, Dangerous Games, Dangerous Angels, and Dangerous Lady
Soldiers, strangers, and spies—love is a dangerous game in this collection of four Regency romances by a USA Today–bestselling author!
In Dangerous Illusions, Lady Daintry Tarrant is dismayed when a war hero returns, introducing himself as her fiancé, Lord Penthorpe. She cherishes her independence and has turned away many suitors, but this one she must marry. Penthorpe is completely captivated by Lady Daintry—but he’s not who he claims to be.
In Dangerous Games, Melissa Seacourt’s father auctions her off to pay his gambling debts, but she vows that she will be no man’s bought bride. Desperate to escape her fate shackled to someone she could never love, Melissa instead is forced to honor and obey the seductive stranger who comes to her rescue.
In Dangerous Angels, Charlotte Tarrant is traveling across Cornwall in her luxurious coach when a shots ring out and her carriage goes over a cliff’s edge. As she clings to the rocks, a savior appears. When they meet again, Charley recognizes him instantly. But she doesn’t yet realize that the stranger who saved her life—the handsome aristocrat who now vies for her hand in marriage—is England’s most notorious spy.
In Dangerous Lady, Lady Letitia Deverill comes to London to serve as maid of honor to the young Queen Victoria. An impassioned Tory in a sea of Whigs, Letty has no intention of changing her political views. The headstrong noblewoman soon discovers she has enemies at court, and none more formidable than the powerful—and irresistible—Viscount Justin Raventhorpe.
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- Open Road Integrated Media
“Scott has a flair for characterization.” —Publishers Weekly
“[Amanda Scott has a gift for] passionate characters and lush historical detail.” —Rendezvous
About the author
A fourth-generation Californian of Scottish descent, Amanda Scott is the author of more than fifty romantic novels, many of which appeared on the USA Today bestseller list. Her Scottish heritage and love of history (she received undergraduate and graduate degrees in history at Mills College and California State University, San Jose, respectively) inspired her to write historical fiction.