Macmillan Childrens Publishing Group

The Lords of Anarchy

Set in Regency London, Manda Collins’ A Good Rake is Hard to Find introduces readers to The Lords of Anarchy: a notorious driving club filled with reckless bad boys who mean business. When Miss Leonora Craven learns that her brother’s “accident” has ties to The Lords of Anarchy, she decides to infiltrate their inner circle with the help of Lord Frederick Lisle. If only he didn’t happen to be the man who broke Leonora’s heart. But when a sham engagement leads to very real passion, will their tempestuous affair be worth the risk?

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Good Dukes Wear Black
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Good Dukes Wear Black

The Lords of Anarchy (Volume 3)
Manda Collins
St. Martin's Press

LOVE IS ALWAYS A WILD RIDE.

A writer for the Ladies Gazette, Miss Ophelia Dauntry’s passion is her pen. So when she sees a fellow writer kidnapped before her eyes—and the...

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Good Earl Gone Bad
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Good Earl Gone Bad

The Lords of Anarchy (Volume 2)
Manda Collins
St. Martin's Press

TEMPTING FATE

Marriage? To a gambler? You must be joking! Yet Lady Hermione Upperton has never backed down from a challenge. When her spendthrift father offers her at the gaming tables, she...

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A Good Rake is Hard to Find
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A Good Rake is Hard to Find

The Lords of Anarchy (Volume 1)
Manda Collins
St. Martin's Press

A DANGEROUS GAME
Heartbroken by the loss of her brother, Miss Leonora Craven vows to uncover the truth about his "accident," which seems to have been anything but. Jonathan Craven was...

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About the author

Manda Collins

Manda Collins grew up on a combination of Nancy Drew books and Jane Austen novels, and her own brand of Regency romantic suspense is the result. An academic librarian by day, she investigates the mysteries of undergraduate research at her alma mater, and holds advanced degrees in English Lit and Librarianship. Her debut novel, How to Dance with a Duke spent five weeks on the Nielsen Bookscan Romance Top 100 list, was nominated for an RT Reviewer's Choice Award for best debut historical romance, and finaled in the Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence contest. Both How to Entice an Earl and Why Dukes Say I Do were selected for inclusion in Eloisa James's Reading Romance column. Her latest book, Why Earls Fall in Love, a February 2014 release, was called "sparkling romance" by Publishers Weekly and is set in Bath, England, one of her favorite cities in the world.