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TOO SCOT TO HANDLE

TOO SCOT TO HANDLE is the second book in The Windham Brides series, a stand alone book which can be read and enjoyed without having read the first in the series. Colin MacHugh was a captain in the army where he was a leader and looked up to by his men. He had a mechanical...

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The Pleasures of Passion

Niall Lindsey, the new Earl of Margrave, returns from exile with a pardon for killing a man in a duel seven years prior. England’s undersecretary / spymaster coerces Niall into performing one more task for him. He needs to work with his former betrothed, the woman who refused to flee into exile with him, to...

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Blackthorne's Bride

BLACKTHORNE’S BRIDE by Joan Johnston, book four in her MAIL-ORDER BRIDE series, is Josie Wentworth’s story. It takes place after she was abducted by a renegade Sioux when her family’s wagon was attacked in America. Josie fought back, which enraged her attacker, subsequently resulting in her capture and punishment. Her sisters search for their youngest...

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DUKE WITH BENEFITS

Duke with Benefits by Manda Collins

A woman who loves to solve mysteries and the man who loves her is at the heart of Manda Collins latest novel, DUKE WITH BENEFITS, the second installment of her Studies in Scandal series. Lady Daphne Forsyth is a woman who has devoted her life to the studies of mathematics, and whose forthright ways have caught the...

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THE DAY OF THE DUCHESS

Day of the Duchess by Sarah MacLean

THE DAY OF THE DUCHESS by Sarah MacLean, is the third book in the Scandal & Scoundrel series. This story takes place in the early 1800’s. Seraphina was shocked when her interfering mother set a trap to catch Malcolm Bevingstoke, Duke of Haven, and her daughter in a compromising position requiring they marry. The mother...

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A Touch of Frost

A Touch of Frost by Jo Goodman

A TOUCH OF FROST by Jo Goodman is the perfect example how to allow your characters to reveal themselves through their actions. No overdone descriptions or backstories, just hints as the characters show the reader who they are, keeping enough secrets to make you crave more. As usual, Goodman had me riveted. Phoebe Apple is...

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