Eliza McGrey loves to write clean Regency romances. Her love for the era began as a teenager when she took AP European History in high school, where she was inspired to read the beloved novel "Pride and Prejudice" by Jane Austen. Eliza couldn't help but feel drawn to the time. She later studied Regency and Victorian Fashion and visited countless museums.
An Unwilling Bride and Russian Count Love Story
The year is 1935, and Rose Waltham is refusing to marry the suitor that her father has chosen for her. She tells him that she wishes to marry a man that she loves, and he does his best to convince her that the man she is already engaged to will make a fine husband. Incensed, Rose flees to her favorite childhood hide out; the attic. While there, she discovers a journal from over 100 years earlier…and she begins to read about the life of another young woman by the name of Emma. She weaves her tale of marriage to a man as her duty, hoping beyond hope that her life will be one of joy and excitement.
But as Emma settles into her life with the Earl, she discovers that not everything is as it seems. Life is quite a bit more ordinary than she had expected. Until the night of the ball where she met Count Alexander Mortonov…and everything changes.
Who was this mysterious Count? And why could she not stop thinking about him? Torn between her duties and her heart, Emma must fight to discover what life she will choose.
Tales of the Marquess is a 50,000-word clean regency romance love story with a happily ever after.
A Regency Romance
A long-lost son.
An elderly Duke.
The chance to inherit everything.
Thomas Copper is a man struggling to survive. When he hears about an elderly Duke looking for his long-lost son, he decides to throw caution to the wind and try to wheedle his way into the Duke’s graces.
When things go better than expected, Thomas is quite content to continue with his new life as the heir to the Dukedom. He is easily able to ignore the stab of guilt whenever the Duke looks at him with fondness in his eyes, telling himself that it’s a good outcome for them both.
But then a stranger appears at the house. One neither the Duke or Thomas were expecting.
?Lady Mina Fullworth doesn’t want to be here. She doesn’t want to do what her father has demanded but she has very little choice. The last thing she expects is to fall in love with the new heir to the Dukedom.
Will Thomas fall for Lady Mina? Will he be able to keep his secrets to himself or will the guilt he feels force him to tell her the truth? And what will happen if he does?
William does not want anything in his life to change. He is more than content to continue with his rakish ways, but, when his father dies unexpectedly, he is forced to return to the country and take on his ducal responsibilities.
Eleanor Davisham hates how her parents quash her free spirit. They are determined that she should marry, but only a man of their choosing. Determined to live her own life, and terrified of her suitor’s cruelty, Eleanor flees from her home, managing to find employment.
Sparks fly when the new Duke and Eleanor meet. She will not be taken in by his flirtations, and he is astounded to discover that, once he drops his façade, his heart is softening in a way he has never experienced before.
However, secrets haunt their blossoming relationship and, when they all come out in a flurry, Eleanor’s life is left hanging in the balance – and William must decide what he is to do with the woman who has captured his heart.
Loving the Duke is a 20,000-word clean regency romance novella with a happily ever after.