Cheryl Bolen (author)

New York Times bestselling author of historical romances set in Regency England.

Cheryl bolen

Cheryl Bolen is the New York Times and USA Today best-selling author of more than three dozen romances. Many of her books have placed in contests, including the Daphne du Maurier (romantic suspense) and have been translated into ten languages. She was Notable New Author in 1999. In 2006 she won the Holt Medallion, Best Historical, and in 2012 she won Best Historical in the International Digital Awards and she's had four other titles place in that competition. Her 2011 Christmas novella was named Best Novella in the Romance Through the Ages.

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Gleen sharpens Cupid's arrow for her brother-in-law when all the Brides of Bath characters are together at Christmas.
A marriage of convenience turns passionate in this Regency-set romance.
Two staggering coincidences result in the marriage of the reckless young Earl of Finchley and Lady Margaret Ponsby, a shy duke's daughter who's worshipped him from afar. . .
The Duke of Aldridge offers for his best friend's sister, Lady Elizabeth Upton, after a mix-up sends her to his bedchamber—just as he's emerging from his bath.
Tired of being a spinster, duke's daughter vows to wed by Christmas, but her wealthy ex-lover must prevent her from throwing herself away on an unworthy fortune hunter.
A marriage of convenience turns passionate in Regency England.
Destitute widow persuades scholar to help her recover her late husband's nearly priceless stolen manuscript, the sale of which will give them both financial independence.
To save his family from ruin, Lord Appleton’s prepared to sacrifice his happiness to marry a peculiar heiress, but more than his happiness is at risk when sinister forces try to come between him and his cat-loving fiancée.
Nabob strike deal to introduce his sister into Society with widow he's secretly adored.
Former soldier, now a wealthy lord, offers marriage to the beautiful widow of the officer who saved his life.
Lord Slade must marry an heiress to honor a deathbed vow to his father, but why is it his attraction to a plain and penniless woman keep growing?
An earl engages a lovely bluestocking in his quest to find his mother's stolen portrait.
George Pembroke, Viscount Sedgewick, offers plain spinster a marriage of convenience to offer a mother to his children.
He married her to secure his inheritance--not for love.