Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Wanted-A Wedding Ring is#48 in the Camfield series and was published in August 1987. Ina Wescott, all alone, turns to her notorious aunt, the retired actress Rosie Gill for help. Rosie, unbeknown to Ina, plans to use her as an act of revenge on a certain Viscount Colt!
We see our couple standing in a tropical setting near a pretty lake with moonlight reflecting off of it. Our heroine wears an elegant, almost bridal, gown while our hero is dashing in black tie. A very romantic setting for an elegant couple.
Thursday, April 21, 2011
Bewildered in Berlin is #47 in the Camfield series and was published in July 1987. Lord Braydon, who is traveling in Germany for the Prince of Wales, saves Loelia Standish and her father from the Kaiser's grasp. Can they all escape Germany without being caught?
This is a very purple cover with our couple sitting on a bed in a very garishly decorated room! The hero looks as if he's comforting the heroine, who seems to match the decor! I'm wondering if they are traveling in a train or ship?
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Forced to Marry is #46 in the Camfield series and was published in June 1987. Gytha Sullivan inherits a huge fortune, but on the proviso that she marry one of her cousins. Since she doesn't want to do this, she seeks help with her friend, Lord Locke and they come up with a plan to thwart the cousins!
This is such a pretty cover! I like the regency wedding gown of our heroine and the hero in all of his orders! The setting looks quiet and holy without other attenders. Since the picture and the title seem to contradict each other, it makes me want to pick this up and read it again!
Thursday, April 14, 2011
An Angel Runs Away is #45 in the Camfield series and was published in May 1987 by Jove for Barbara Cartland. Ula Forde is rescued by the Marquis of Raventhorpe, the man who helps her get away from her uncle and cousin. She doesn't know, though, if he wants to use her as an instrument of revenge?
This is an interesting cover of our couple in an attic space. Our heroine wears a native costume and the hero has arrived to comfort her. I think it may be a haven because of the books there. There is actually a lot of detail in this cover, which is unusual for this unknown artist.
Friday, April 1, 2011
Love Joins the Clans is #44 in the Camfield series and was published in April 1987. Clova McBlane, a penniless orphan living in Paris, becomes the hereditary Chieftain of a Scottish Clan! She meets the dashing Tarquil, Laird of Cowan, whose clan has been feuding with hers and they team up against a greater enemy!
This is a beautiful cover of the hero paying homage to the heroine, as the chief of the clan. She is pretty in a pink bustle gown trimmed in blue while he wears traditional tartan. I like the background landscape with the river and mountains.