An Unwilling Bride
An Unwilling Bride won the RITA for Best Regency Romance at the 1993 RWA conference.
(Also: Golden Leaf Award - Historical. Romantic Times - Best Regency Romance)
An Unwilling Bride was first published on 1st Feb 1992 by Zebra .
It may have been reprinted on 1st Feb 1994  -- if you have a copy, please tell me.
It was reissued in Dec 2000  and Sep 2011 .
It became available as an e-book, Jul 2013.
Read an excerpt of this book here.
More info is available here:
The Duchess of Belcraven committed a folly, and bore her husband another man's child. Only a third son, however, so all was patched over. Then the two older boys drowned, leaving disaster. Now, over twenty years later, the duke discovers that he has a daughter, a child of his blood, and he compels the two to marry -- the arrogant ducal heir, devastated to learn for the first time that he is illegitimate; and the independent schoolteacher raised in the principles of the Rights of Women. Is there any common ground at all?
"Ms. Beverley is a storyteller par excellence, whose vivid and mesmerizing characters totally engage all the reader's emotions... topnotch Regency reading pleasure." -- Romantic Times