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mong the most popular titles for Regency romances are the "Miss" titles. We're sure you know the ones we mean. "Miss Countrybred's Dilemma," "Miss Debutante Tames The Rake," "Miss Bluestocking and the Wicked Earl." These are all make-believe titles, but they might as well be real, so similar are they to the many wondering offerings among Regency "Miss" titles. These are special regencies, featuring charming and amusing young heroines in a vast variety of situations. She might be a highly-born young lady who finds herself in the power of a handsome, but Rakish and socially tarnished guardian, or she might be a poor but intelligent young woman who discovers that taking a job as a governess means dealing with the dark, mysterious, widowed master of the house. Sometimes our "Miss" has a habit of getting herself into the worst possible situations, stumbling from one disaster to the next and leaving it to the long-suffering hero to rescue her. On other occasions, she may be the unwitting object of a wager between a pair of Rakes, resulting in an outcome surprising to everyone involved. Some "Misses" see themselves as matchmakers, and diligently ply their supposed skills on those around them without taking care to watch over the susceptibility of their own hearts. Others are burdened with overbearing mamas or family members bent on finding her a good match, regardless of the "Miss's" desires. Regency "Misses" can be heiresses, and therefore subject to unwanted marriages to "secure" their properties, or they can be poor and powerless, and therefore subject to unwanted marriages to "secure" their futures. But regardless of how things start out, our heroine is a smart, determined young woman who plays a definite hand in sorting out her love life. And what does our hero see in a mere "Miss?" Though mannerly and well-bred, she can be quite different from the stuffy, proper, blue-blooded ladies of the ton who care more about proper lineages than they do about love. A Regency "Miss" can be adventurous, charming, funny, not afraid to laugh or even do something outrageous in public. She's not alarmed by the idea of love, or at the prospect of taming a notorious Rake. In short, our "Miss" can be an irresistible lure for even the most hardened or lordly gentleman, and her many charms are well able to overcome every obstacle that lays in her path toward gaining true love. Below we've listed "just some" of the favorite romances with a Regency Miss theme.
REBECCA ASHLEY GAYLE BUCK JULIA BYRNE JUNE CALVIN JEANNE CARMICHAEL SUSAN CARROLL ELIZABETH CHATER MARION CHESNEY WILMA COUNTS MARIAN DEVON ANNE DOUGLAS ELISABETH FAIRCHILD MARJORIE FARRELL KATHRINE GREYLE KAREN HARBAUGH BARBARA HAZARD CANDICE HERN CINDY HOLBROOK ALICE HOLDEN SAMANTHA HOLDER CARLA KELLY CHRISTIE KENNARD APRIL KIHLSTROM NANCY LAWRENCE PATRICIA LAYE MELINDA McRAE BARBARA METZGER KASEY MICHAELS ANITA MILLS BARBARA NEIL JOAN OVERFIELD SHEILA RABE JOY REED JEANNE SAVERY REGINA SCOTT AMANDA SCOTT JOAN SMITH ROSEMARY STEVENS MARGARET WESTHAVEN A MISS WITH A PURPOSE MISS DOWER'S PARAGON SCANDAL AND MISS SMITH MISS HENDERSON'S SECRET MISS SPENCER'S DILEMMA THE WOOING OF MISS MASTERS MISS CAYLEY'S UNICORN THE ORIGINAL MISS HONEYFORD MISS RICHARDSON COMES OF AGE MISS ARMSTEAD WEARS BLACK GLOVES MISS CAROLINE'S DECEPTION MISS DORNTON'S HERO MISS WARE'S REFUSAL MISS WOODLEY'S EXPERIMENT MISS CARLYLE'S CURRICLE THE UNSUITABLE MISS MARTINGALE MISS LACEY'S LAST FLING THE MISSING MATCHMAKER AN UNCONVENTIONAL MISS MISS ROWLAND'S RESOLVE MISS CHARTLEY'S GUIDED TOUR Duet FAMOUS MISS FEVERSHAM MISS REDMOND'S FOLLY MISS HAMILTON'S HERO MISS BLUM'S DILEMMA MISS CHADWICK'S CHAMPION MISS WESTLAKE'S WINDFALL THE CHAOTIC MISS CRISPINO* MISS GORDON'S MISTAKE THE CELEBRATED MISS NEVILLE A MATCHMAKING MISS MISS PLYMPTON'S PERIL MISS CHAMBERS TAKES CHARGE WIDOWED MISS MORDAUNT THE INCOMPARABLE MISS COMPTON THE DAUNTLESS MISS WINGRAVE MADCAP MISS MISS PYMBROKE'S RULES MISS DALRYMPLE'S VIRTUE
We encourage you to read books in the Regency Miss Theme. To order any of the above books, or other Regency titles, please click here. You may search by author or title or category "Regency". Readers and Authors - send us your recommendations or a book that fits this theme read list. E-MAIL Subject line - Regency Miss * - Added to the list by readers and authors... Kasey Michaels -- THE BELLIGERENT MISS BOYNTON, THE HAUNTED MISS HAMPSHIRE, THE ANONYMOUS MISS ADDAMS, THE DUBIOUS MISS DALRYMPLE, THE MISCHIEVOUS MISS MURPHY, THE QUESTIONING MISS QUINTON, THE SAVAGE MISS SAXON, THE TENACIOUS MISS TAMERLANE , THE WAGERED MISS WINSLOW Susan Lantz - LadyLantz@aol.com Jo Ann Ferguson -- Miss Charity's Case Jo Ann Ferguson - www.joannferguson.com Graphic samples from Barbara Cartland novels circa 1970s

 
     
 
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