Regency Summer Scandals by Diane Gaston, Deb Marlowe and Amanda McCabe
"An Invitation to a Regency Summer House Party" - The Fitzmanning sisters are ready to take the Ton by storm!
Justine Fitzmanning has resigned herself to the knowledge that no man will ever accept her scandalous birth - the illegitimate daughter of a duke has no place in society. She finds happiness in looking after her legitimate younger brothers and sisters. Until the arrival of Viscount Brenner, whose rakish looks and polished manners set her aflame...
Annalise Fitzmanning has no intention of marrying the suitor picked out for her by her family. Ned Milford may be attractive, witty, charming - but Annalise has bigger plans for her life. Then her artistic ambitions land her at the heart of the biggest scandal of the season...
Charlotte Fitzmanning might be the youngest of the beautiful Fitzmanning sisters, but she knows her own mind - and she wants Lord Andrew Bassington. Her dilemma? How can she make Drew see her as the beautiful young lady she is, not the spoiled child she once was?
This book is split into three stories written by three different authors but focused on one family. Each story features one sister and starts from where the last story ended. The same characters appear in all books. It is well written with all three writers having a similar writing style. I recommend this book to anyone who likes regency love stories.