When a baby lands on Daisy’s doorstep, she blurts out a lie that leads to marriage…And then realizes her wedding night looms! A new hilarious, sexy convenient marriage story by bestselling author Eloisa James.
Miss Daisy Wharton had grown accustomed to thinking of Lord Miles Devin as a man who can solve any problem, so when her half-sister Belle is left in a basket at her door, she turns to Miles, hoping he can save Belle from an orphanage.
Miles has decided to marry, but impetuous Daisy is out of question—until he is forced to propose. After her lie unravels, Daisy promises to be an honorable, virtuous, and perfect wife in every way. When she isn’t, their marriage breaks down.
Miles loathes falsehoods. What can make him admit the most significant lie is his own:
Pretending that he doesn’t love his wife just as she is?
Note: This book will start serializing on Amazon Vella on Dec 19, and be published in ebook and audio in 2024.
Ella works as an unpaid housekeeper to her usurping uncle…until she meets her cousin’s fiancé, Lord Peregrine. A charming, witty version of Cinderellafrom bestselling author Eloisa James.
Miss Ella St. Trevelyon lives in the attic of her former home, her only companions a pet squirrel and a three-legged cat. Then one night she accompanies her cousin Fulvia to the theatre, where she meets a man of princelike wealth, with forceful features and insolent manners.
Unfortunately, Lord Peregrine is engaged to marry Fulvia.
Fiennes Peregrine is not a man who would ever chase after a woman waving a shoe. But he is a man used to getting what he wants.
And he wants Ella.
*This book first appeared on the serialized Amazon Vella platform as The Seduction/Ella. The book has been lightly edited, but the story remains the same.
Shamed for her curves and plagued by a Mean Girl, Bea is miserable—until she triumphs over social disaster and wins the hand and heart of a duke. One of Eloisa James’s most exuberant and emotional novellas.
Miss Beatrice Valentine is having a horrible first Season, shamed for her curves by a group of young ladies led by Lady Regina Haywood, daughter of a duke.
Despite Regina’s attempts to make Bea a wallflower, Bea finds herself torn between the rakish, quick-tempered Lord Peregrine (engaged to Lady Regina) and the gentleman war-hero, the Duke of Lennox (Lady Regina’s brother).
Bea is determined to marry a kindly man, and certainly no one attached to Regina. But both of these gentlemen are determined to seduce her…and one will succeed.
*This book first appeared on the serialized Amazon Vella platform as The Seduction/Bea. The book has been lightly edited, but the story remains the same.
Hugo Wilde, the Duke of Lindow, has a drafty castle, eight naughty children—and no wife. Ophelia, Lady Astley, has a fine house, one well-behaved daughter—and no husband.
Hugo takes one look at Ophelia and loses his heart, but she doesn’t want more children or a castle. She takes one look at him and heads for her carriage.
Desperate to find a duchess, Hugo identifies an appropriate lady to woo. Yet when he meets Ophelia again, the duke realizes that he will marry her, or no one.
Now he faces the greatest challenge of his life.
He must convince Ophelia that their blazing sensuality, his exquisite castle, and his eight charming children add up to a match made in heaven.
When duke finds his duchess, can he win her heart?
A Wildes series prequel about the Wilde children’s parents, Hugo, Duke of Lindow, and Ophelia, Lady Astley.
Note: Eloisa has been serializing this story as Wilde Denial, an exclusive treat to readers who preorder her books. Her editor took one look and loved it so much that she asked for another 100 pages. So Wilde Denial has a new name, My Last Duchess, and has been published as a stand-alone book.
Sir Griffin Barry leapt out of the bedchamber window at age seventeen after a very disappointing wedding night, drank a bit too much at the pub…and woke to find that he’d joined the crew of a pirate ship! Years later, he’s become one of the most feared pirates on the high seas, piloting the Flying Poppy, a ship he named after the wife whom he fondly (if vaguely) remembers.
What happens when a pirate decides to come home to his wife…if she is his wife, given that the marriage was never consummated? And what happens when that pirate strolls through his front door and is met by…