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Barbara Cartland

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Barbara Cartland (1901—2000) was a prolific author of romance novels, selling over one billion books in her lifetime, which earned her a place in The Guinness Book of Records.


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Barbara Cartland (1901—2000) was a prolific author of romance novels, selling over one billion books in her lifetime, which earned her a place in The Guinness Book of Records.


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  • The Marquis Wins

    The Marquis Wins

    Love and War

    Love and War

    Love Became Theirs

    Love Became Theirs
    At the ball that was to change her life, Rona Trafford danced with a mysterious Harlequin.She learned that this prospective suitor was being unfaithful to another, and so fled to Paris, taking up a job as a governess. Her employer's brother joined them. Unknown to her, he was concealing a dramatic secret, one that threatened to destroy them both. How they confronted danger, and how Rona learned more about the Harlequin, is told in this exciting romantic novel by BARBARA CARTLAND.

    Love Finds the Way

    Love Finds the Way
    When John Chester returned to England after suddenly inheriting a Dukedom he knew his life had changed forever. But he didn't know just how much. Gina Wilton was like a breath of fresh air. But she was also everything John disapproved of in a young women, independent, assertive, always ready to contradict him. Yet she had ideas about restoring his dilapidated castle, and he found he needed her help. The more they were together, the more he noticed how pretty she was, how witty and sparkling. But how could he believe that Gina was attracted to him, when it was she who produced an heiress and advised him to marry her? And when she was so clearly in love with another man. But there were more surprises in store for him. How they sorted out the love triangle in a way that nobody could have anticipated, is all told in this romantic novel, the 665th by BARBARA CARTLAND.

  • Paradise In Penang

    Paradise In Penang

    Forced To Marry

    Forced To Marry

    Coronation Of Love

    Coronation Of Love

    Safe In Paradise

    Safe In Paradise

  • Passage to Love

    Passage to Love

    Beyond The Stars

    Beyond The Stars

    Too Precious To Lose

    Too Precious To Lose

    Bewildered In Berlin

    Bewildered In Berlin

  • The Magic of Love

    The Magic of Love
    Melita finds her happiness threatened by the jealousy of the cousin to the man she adores and the rituals of Voodoo which cast their dark shadow over slaves and plantation alike.

    Love in the Highlands

    Love in the Highlands
    "When the Balkan Prince Stanislaus demanded an English bride, Queen Victoria decided to send him Lady Lavina, whose family had a slight connection with royalty. Determined to avoid this fate, Lavina threw herself on the mercy of the Marquis of Elswick, a disagreeable man who had turned his back on the world following betrayal by the woman he had loved. Surprisingly, he agreed to help by pretending to be engaged to Lavina, and, with her father, they left to visit her relatives in Scotland.In the highlands Lavina began to find herself attracted to the Marquis. Beneath his harsh manners he had a heart - a heart that perhaps she could win. But nearby was the Queen's country home, Balmoral, and when Her Majesty arrived with Prince Stanislaus, they knew that there was still a battle to be fought. Now Lavina learned the shattering secret that was the real reason the Marquis had agreed to help her. And that secret was to threaten to take from her the man she loved. How she discovered the truth in a way that nearly cost him his life, is told in this romantic novel, the 658th by BARBARA CARTLAND."

    Look With The Heart

    Look With The Heart

  • Love Is Triumphant

    Love Is Triumphant
    When Rosina's dear friend leapt to her death after the man she loved betrayed her, she vowed vengeance on all men. Rosina declared that no man could be trusted, including Sir John Crosby, member of parliament, whom she had secretly loved since girlhood. Now a debutante, she found herself caught up in a whirl of social activity. An election was imminent and her father, Sir Elroy Clarendon, was favoured to be made a government Minister. Her new friend Lady Doreen, daughter of the Earl of Blakemore was secretly in love with an unknown admirer. To Rosina's dismay he turned out to be Arthur Woodward, the man whose betrayal had destroyed her friend, and whose incriminating letters Rosina possessed. In spite of his threats, she defied him. Sir John, after begging her to stop, tried to protect her. How they dealt with the venomous Woodward, and discovered true love, is told in this romantic novel, the 670th by Barbara Cartland.

    The Ship of Love

    The Ship of Love
    The daughter of a wealthy, ambitious man, Rowena knew that her father longed to marry her to a title, preferably the Duke of Wenfield, whom she disliked and did not wish to marry herself. To avoid marriage, they hatched a plot. Posing as brother and sister, they would take a trip on a yacht with their like-minded friends and would help each other find the love of their dreams. Plans went awry on the Mediterranean, when Rowna was kidnapped by a Sultan, and was imprisoned in his harem. It seemed that they would be parted forever. How the Duke rescued her, and they found their true love, is all told in this exciting and romantic novel by Barbara Cartland.

    Miracle For A Madonna

    Miracle For A Madonna

    Lovers In Lisbon

    Lovers In Lisbon

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