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A Wife Worth Investing In (Penniless Brides of Convenience #2)

A Wife Worth Investing In by Marguerite Kaye

A WIFE WORTH INVESTING IN is the second book in the PENNILESS BRIDES OF CONVENIENCE series and picked up nicely from the first book, THE EARL’S COUNTESS OF CONVENIENCE. While both books have the characters of the three orphaned sisters and their aunt through marriage who raised them, here they are only mentioned in the...

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Book Of Colours

Life and all its coincidences is a tapestry woven together through time. In Robyn Cadwallader’s new novel BOOK OF COLOURS, life is complicated in the early fourteenth century as women are not permitted or recognized in many vocations. Gemma, wife of John Dancaster, helps out as a limner in his shop, the art of illuminating...

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The Infamous Duchess

The Infamous Duchess by Sophie Barnes

THE INFAMOUS DUCHESS by Sophie Barnes is the fourth book in the Diamonds in the Rough series. After marrying the elderly Duke of Tremaine days before he dies, Viola Cartwright is shunned by the Ton and branded a money-hungry woman. Viola, her father, and the Duke of Tremaine had been life long friends. Her father...

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Montana Burning (Montana Lovers Book 1)

Montana Burning by LS Young

MONTANA BURNING is a quick read and the first book in the MONTANA LOVERS series. Set in the late 1800s, it begins in Rhode Island and then continues in the Montana Territory. Adeline is traveling out west to help her sister, Florence, run a boardinghouse that Florence’s husband ran before he died. Florence has two...

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