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Wedding Day Kittens

Jo Ann Ferguson, Alice Holden, Melynda Beth Skinner

ISBN 0821778439
Publish Date 5/1/2005
Format Paperback
Categories Zebra
Currently out of stock

They’re adorable, mischievous, and full of fun—and sometimes they’re much more than companions! In this charming new collection by three beloved Regency authors, kittens lead the way to whimsy, whispered words, and wedding bells!

“Something Old, Something New,” Jo Ann Ferguson

Of all the situations in which Charlotte Longmuir imagined meeting rakish Lord Milbury again, saving a runaway kitten from his horse’s path was not one of them. But Milbury’s genuine concern for the creature leads Charlotte to believe that the gossip about him may not be true—and that giving her heart into his keeping just might be worth the risk…

“The Perfect Bride,” Alice Holden

Simon Whitten, the Viscount Glynden, is accustomed to having his own way. Marriage is an obligation he can’t shirk, but he’s determined that his bride will be the ideal of womanhood—innocent, unquestioning, and obedient. Little does he know that his attraction to a lovely French songstress with a mischievous kitten will lead to a surprising revelation about young ton beauty Lady Brianna Mansfield—and, possibly, true love…

“Up to Scratch,” Melynda Beth Skinner

With the wedding of a childhood friend to be held at her inherited home, Miss Emmaline Rose hopes only to attract potential buyers for the estate. The plan is fine with Maximilian Major, the estate’s second beneficiary, who also longs to travel, and needs the funds to do it. But a passel of troublesome cats has another idea—such as a much more permanent, and far more romantic, partnership between Emmaline and Max…

About Jo Ann Ferguson:

Jo Ann Ferguson is the best-selling author of Regencies and historicals for Kensington, paranormals for ImaJinn and historicals for Jove (where she writes as Joanna Hampton), Harper, New Concepts Publishing, and Tudor. She writes (as Jo Ann Brown) inspirational romance for MountainView Publishing. She also sold a historical suspense to M. Evans and contributed to an encyclopedia published by Garland on the English Regency period. She is the editor of Now That You've Sold Your Book. ..What Next? and wrote the clause by clause explanation of contracts included in it. Her May 1997 Regency THE COUNTERFEIT COUNT won the ARTemis Award from Romance Writers of America.

She currently serves as the national president of the Romance Writers of America and was the recipient of the Emma Merritt Service Award, the highest honor for volunteer work from RWA. She has previously been a national director and Vice President. She received the first Robert Goldrick Service Award from the New England Chapter/ Romance Writers of America. She was awarded a Massachusetts Art Grant to teach creative writing, and she established the romance writing course at Brown University. She shares her life with her favorite hero - her husband Bill - her three children, one very arrogant cat and a rambunctious kitten in Pennsylvania.


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