Regency Valentines is only available as an e-book anthology, 2nd Feb 2015.
The anthology contains two Regency novellas and some extras.
Both novellas have been previously published, but one has been unavailable for a long time.
Regency Valentines also includes traditional Valentine spells and games; an essay about odd marriages; Jo Beverley's guide to those pesky English peerage titles; an essay on the importance of money in the Regency; and some pre-written Valentine's Day verses sold in the Regency for gentlemen unable to come up with their own.
If Fancy be the Food of Love... was first published in A Regency Valentine, Walker, 1991, which is hard to find. In that anthology Juno and Chart's story was interwoven with four others. To publish it alone has meant extensive rewriting, but the basic story is the same. These characters connect to the Traditional Regency novels listed here.
Saint Agnes and the Black Sheep was first published in A Cast of Characters, Fiction Studio Books, 2012, a large collection of eclectic stories. This version has been expanded, but is essentially the same.