Friday, November 11, 2016

The Duke Hated Women

 The Duke Hated Women is #145 in the Barbara Cartland Pink Collection and was published in October 2016. This story is about Sheldon's uncle, the Duke of Dartmoor, who lives reclusive after the elopement of his fiancee. Sheldon accepts a dare that he can't get a job in his uncle's household and ends up helping the duke unexpectedly find a wife!

This cover is an old partial Francis Marshall drawing. It was on Bantam's Library of Love #6 The Reason Why http://barbaracartlandbooksandcoverart.blogspot.com/2010/05/lol-reason-why.html

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Music from Heaven

Music from Heaven is #144 in the Barbara Cartland Pink collection and was published in September 2016.

Martina Bradshaw's parents have recently died and her father left written music that suddenly holds an interest for a neighbor. She gets a job teaching a little girl who lives nearby and falls in love with the girl's brother while the neighbor plots to gain control of her father's music!

This cover is one that I can't find has been used before. If a sharp eyed reader sees its match, let me know!!

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Secret Danger

Secret Danger is #143 in Barbara Cartland's Pink Collection and was published in August 2016. Belinda Lanwick is in mourning for her father when she first sees Lord Ian Cheddington. When she hears about a plot against him, she goes undercover as a lady's maid in order to save him.

I can't find an identical cover to match this one. There are a few similar and I will double check later. Our hero comforts the heroine who seems frightened at something or someone.

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Their Search for Real Love

Their Search for Real Love is #142 in the Barbara Cartland Pink Collection and was published in July 2016.
Melita is the daughter of the rich Gavron Murillo. He sends for his good friend Sir John Gilmour in order to tell him that he is dying and his wish is for Sir John to marry his daughter, Melita. They agree to pretend to marry to pacify her father and look around them for true love!

This cover is identical to Camfield #51, The Love Puzzle. http://barbaracartlandbooksandcoverart.blogspot.com/2011/05/love-puzzle.html

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

An Angel from Heaven

An Angel from Heaven is #141 in the Barbara Cartland Pink Collection and was published in June 2016.

This is the story of Diana Dinsdale, who is left with her stepfather after her mother's death and he is determined to marry her off to an American millionaire. Horrified, she runs away and becomes the governess to the brother of Lord Clayton. How she finds love with Lord Clayton and helps him with his problems is the plot of this novel.

This cover is identical to the Bantam #109 A Nightingale Sang http://barbaracartlandbooksandcoverart.blogspot.com/2009/10/nightingale-sang.html

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

For the Love of Scotland

For the Love of Scotland is #140 in the Pink Collection by Barbara Cartland. That means we have approximately 20 more unpublished novels to look forward to!!

This story is about Julia Wood and her new stepmother's insistence for her to marry a neighbor in order to get her out of the house. She makes a pact with the neighbor and borrows his yacht to travel to relatives in Scotland. While there, she finds that the clan is poor and decides to help, all while finding love at the same time!

This cover is identical to the Arrow UK title Sweet Punishment. http://barbaracartlandbooksandcoverart.blogspot.com/2010/05/sweet-punishment.html  It is another of the great Francis Marshall covers!

Saturday, May 7, 2016

The Prince Who Wanted Love

The Prince Who Wanted Love is #139 in the Pink Collection by Barbara Cartland. This book was published in April 2016 and is the story of Lavinia, the daughter of Prince Serge of Tamrush. He is approached by a neighboring prince for the hand of his daughter and how she falls in love with the prince and his country.

This cover is identical to Camfield #68 A Knight in Paris http://barbaracartlandbooksandcoverart.blogspot.com/2011/09/knight-in-paris.html