Duncan Oliver was in every respect an unremarkable gentleman.
When mild-mannered Duncan Oliver is abducted by the Milne brothers and taken to their legendary home of Faebourne, his unexciting life becomes much more interesting. Adelia Milne has been cursed, and Duncan is her chosen champion to break the spell. Duncan may not be a hero, but he is a gentleman, and he refuses to leave a lady in distress. He becomes determined to take on the quest on Miss Milne’s behalf.
Meanwhile, an unlikely rescue team forms in the pairing of Duncan’s best friend George and valet Davies. As they set out for Faebourne—and also perchance to learn more about Davies’ obscured family history—what begins as an unequal partnership quickly blooms into friendship… and possibly something more.
“Garrick makes a refreshingly different hero from those normally seen in romances of this era. A highly recommended Regency read!” — InD’Tale Magazine (April 2017)
“Brynnde is a sweet Regency romance sure to be enjoyed by fans of the genre.” — Books & Benches (April 2017)
“If you’re already a lover of Regency romance, you’ll definitely want to read this book. If you’re new to Regency, Brynnde is a great place to start.” — Nancy Fraser (May 2017)
***Winner: InD’Tale Magazine Creme de la Cover Contest, week of April 17, 2017
Brynnde Archambault needs to find someone to marry, else she’ll be stuck with dull Mr. Dallweather. The answer to her problem arrives in the form of handsome and witty Viscount Burbridge, but just when everything seems to be going smoothly, scandal strikes and the engagement ends.
Meanwhile, Brynnde has no trouble matchmaking her friends and even her own brother. But while she breezily finds suitors for everyone else, for her time is running out. Must she resign herself to becoming Mrs. Dallweather? Or will Brynnde yet succeed in making a match for herself?
Brynnde is a light, bubbly, and sweet Regency romance in the vintage style of Zebra and Signet.