The Earl and Countess of Banfield cordially request your attendance at the wedding for their daughter Lady Gwyn Hambly to Lord Locryn Pendarvis on the 20th day of June, 1812, at Castle Keyvnor, Bocka Morrow, Cornwall.
Kate Pearce’s A Storm in a Teacup
When Hezekiah Makepeace, scholar, pragmatist, and poet visits Bocka Morrow for his old pupil’s wedding, he doesn’t expect to become embroiled in an ancient prophecy involving Malakia Clovelly the beautiful barmaid at the Mermaid’s Kiss. On the summer solstice when nothing is, as it seems, will Hezekiah find the courage to face his darkest fears, and find his own particular happy ever after?
Ava Stone’s Once Upon a Midsummer Dream
Garrett Hillyard, the widowed Duke of Markham, is in desperate need to tame his unruly daughters, especially when the pair hurls a stone and accidentally knocks a wedding guest in the head. After Miss Frances Dallimore regains consciousness, she finds herself with a giant welt on her face and missing the mystical pouch that was supposed to keep her safe from the ghosts of Castle Keyvnor. When the duke offers to help her find what she’s lost, is it possible that love was always just a stone’s throw away?
Nicole Locke’s Captured By Fate
Lieutenant Hugh Fenton wants nothing to do with Bocka Morrow. It’s a place full of nonsense and heartbreak. But when Fate forces his hand, what choice does he have. At least there will be a wedding to help him forget the reasons he avoided the village for so long.
Abigail Angove knows exactly when The Honourable Baron Fenton walks down Castle Street, and she knows exactly what she’s supposed to do: help this man who once believed in fairy tales, believe them once again. The only issue? There’s Fae conspiring against them.