An ancient coin that brings true love? A myth-a story told to entertain. Who would believe such a thing? And yet . . . Passed from one woman to another, one generation to the next, the Destiny Coin wields a great power over the lives of three women. Read their stories in these three complete novels: A Matter of Convenience Do you believe in destiny? Corinna Towers has little time for fairy tales. So when she loses the coin her mother gave her, it’s just another heartbreak in a life filled with them. She has no illusions about her life, so when Stuart Grant asks her to pose as his betrothed for a handsome salary, she accepts his outrageous proposal. Already the target of too many scheming mamas, Stuart Grant knows Corinna is perfect for his ruse—beautiful, intelligent and desperate. What he doesn’t expect is how intriguing he finds her. What begins as a simple business proposition soon becomes reality. Can two people who have never believed in love learn to trust their emotions? A Matter of Pride Do you trust your destiny? When Eden Grant becomes the focus of the ton’s attention, she blames the noteriety on the loss of her good luck coin. She also blames the talisman for throwing her into the path of arrogant and proper Trevor St. John, Earl Ryeburn. His disapproval of her irritates her. Too bad he’s started to haunt her dreams. Trevor has rebuilt his family’s reputation and refuses to let anything bring dishonor to his name. That American girl is a scandal waiting to happen. She’s bold, beautiful, and brash. Too bad she’s so intriguing. But when her reputation is ruined and he holds some of the blame, what else can a respectable man do but marry the girl? Can two people overcome pride and find happiness? A Matter of Honor Destiny favors the bold. Lady Lorane St. John has a gift and passion for botany. However, she is also a failure in the eyes of the ton, so when the chance comes to escape the season and stow away to America, she seizes it. Not only can she study a whole new world of plants, her work may also produce enough material for a book. Nicholas Grant has planned a neat and tidy life for himself. He has a position of stature and a fiancée waiting at home. What he doesn’t need is an impulsive bluestocking bringing chaos into his life. When circumstances require he take responsibility for her, he finds himself drawn into the whirlwind of Lorane’s personality. And enjoying it. But there’s still the matter of his fiancée. Is love the price of honor?