In Honour Bound

Genre: Historical Fiction, Historical Romance

For Fans Of

Georgette Heyer, Mary Balogh, Joan Smith, Anne Gracie, Mary Jo Putney

Book Summary

Can a free-spirited tomboy learn to fit in with respectable society…?

1799, Suffolk

When her father dies in battle, seventeen-year-old Isolde Cavanagh is forced to rely on the protection of an old family friend.
But when she arrives at the imposing estate of Bawdsey Grange it seems her would-be guardian has died.
And his son Richard de Baudresey has never heard of her.
To remain at the Grange, Richard insists Isolde learns to fit in with high society.
But having grown up in military camps, tomboy Isolde has no interest in becoming a lady.

Can Isolde bend her will to please her guardian? Will Richard learn to accept her as she is?

Or will the dark secrets bubbling below the surface threaten their growing bond?

IN HONOUR BOUND is the first book in the Brides By Chance Regency Adventures series, an enchanting set of Regency romances set in Georgian England.


"In Honour Bound" is another of Ms Bailey's charming stories. A Cinderella story with a spunky, relate-ably flawed heroine, the book moves along with a good plot and a lighthearted touch. It is very much in the style of Georgette Heyer.

This is my first book by Elizabeth Bailey. It is so good I finished it in one sitting. I'm looking forward to the next one You know when you find a terrific author and you can't rest until you've read everything they've written? That's the kind of author Elizabeth Bailey is. I highly recommend In Honour Bound

Love the H&H, the plot, the right intrigue and the fast pace.
I didn't skip a page at all. One of Bailey's best work I have read.

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About the Author

A hybrid author, Elizabeth Bailey has written in different genres. Currently she is busy with her Lady Fan Mystery Series, published by Sapere Books, who are also bringing out her Brides by Chance Regency Adventures series.

She has also written two contemporary tales, both edging on the paranormal, plus a romantic suspense novella and a number of short romances, both modern and historical.

Elizabeth is an avid reader herself and much of her time is spent helping authors achieve publishable manuscripts. As a sometime actress, drama teacher and theatre director, her writing is fuelled with her experiences of drama and the demands of the stage.

A lifetime fan of Georgette Heyer, she finds it an honour when reviewers are kind enough to make favourable comparisons of her work with the doyenne of Regency Romance.

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