An odd collection of stories that all have a connnection to an old English country house called Doyle's Grange. Sherry Thomas' story is the best of the 3, but not nearly as good as her full-length books. It is also hard to suspend disbelief that the hero of the story looks almost identical, except for his hair color, to the heroine's lost love, and that nobody in English high society ever commented about these 2 almost being twins, even though one is the heir of a duke and the other is an earl and they have homes in the same neighbourhood. Courtney Milan's story is more of an extended sermon on women's rights and the English legal system in the 19th century than a romance. Carolyn Jewel's story has some hot love (spelled s-e-x) scenes, but otherwise doesn't have much to commend it.