Friday, August 18, 2017
Lorena Conway overhears a murder plot and decides to intervene by telling the new Earl of Bramfield what she heard. He hires her as a secretary in order to help him and together they use their wits and find love together.
I'm pretty sure this is new original cover art and it's very pretty and romantic. I love the color of the heroine's dress!
Saturday, July 15, 2017
She meets up with the Marquis of Hurcott who is a car engine enthusiast like her deceased father and decides to help him design a new engine.
This cover is identical to Camfield #61 The Herb for Happiness http://barbaracartlandbooksandcoverart.blogspot.com/2011/07/herb-for-happiness.html
Tuesday, June 13, 2017
This cover is identical to the UK Arrow copy of A Light to the Heart. http://barbaracartlandbooksandcoverart.blogspot.com/2010/03/light-to-heart.html
Saturday, May 6, 2017
I think this is a unique cover art and it looks like it may be a Francis Marshall cover. If a sharp reader sees it on another Cartland book, let me know. The heroine is pretty in pink and it's a calm scene where our couple are sitting.
Monday, April 10, 2017
The Marquis of Darincourt has decided to marry and proposes to Lady Charlotte Warde, only to be rejected because he's not a duke! Frustrated, he leaves only to encounter Lady Charlotte's cousin, Serla, who is an unwanted poor relation. To save face, he and Serla decide to become engaged, so that no one can think Lady Charlotte turned him down, but she has revenge in store in this great regency novel!
This cover art looks unique with a servant helping lift Serla onto the Marquis's horse.
I am excited to see and read the last dozen novels in this posthumous collection.
Friday, March 10, 2017
Alvina, whose father is arranging her marriage to a newcomer in their neighborhood, decides to stow away on a yacht that is traveling to France to stay with a friend. However, the owner, the Earl of Penwood, is also being forced to marry and they decide to join forces until she is kidnapped in this exciting novel!
This cover is identical to The Bars of Iron by Ethel M. Dell, one of Cartland's Library of Love series. http://barbaracartlandbooksandcoverart.blogspot.com/2010/05/lol-bars-of-iron.htmll
An interesting observation is that this heroine looks a lot like Princess Diana, even though the original book was published way before her engagement and wedding to Prince Charles.
This cover is identical to the UK Arrow book Lessons in Love. http://barbaracartlandbooksandcoverart.blogspot.com/2009/05/lessons-in-love.html