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A Notorious Vow

A Notorious Vow by Joanna Shupe

A NOTORIOUS VOW by Joanna Shupe is the third book in the Four Hundred series. The story is set in New York City in 1890, what is known as the gilded age.The author does a superb job describing what society thought of people with disabilities  both physical and emotional, in the 1890’s. Oliver is a rich...

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Lilian and the Irresistible Duke (Secrets of a Victorian Household)

Lilian and the Irresistible Duke by Virgina Heath

Virginia Heath is one of my favorite authors of historical romances and LILIAN AND THE IRRESISTIBLE DUKE did not disappoint. This is the fourth and last book in the SECRETS OF A VICTORIAN HOUSEHOLD series and the only one written by Ms. Heath. The others are written by three different authors and are about Lilian’s...

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The Bachelor

The Bachelor by Sabrina Jeffries

Major Joshua Wolfe, a former Royal Marine, works as a gamekeeper for his cousin, the Duke of Armitage. He rescues Lady Gwyn from a physical altercation with a prior suitor. Joshua reluctantly agrees to become the lady’s bodyguard during her time in London. However, he suspects the Drake siblings are hiding viable information that could...

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Once a Midwife

Once a Midwife by Patricia Harman

ONCE A MIDWIFE continues Patience Hester’s life as a midwife, as well as wife and mother in rural West Virginia, when America fought for freedom in WWII. So many interesting things happen to this family in an era that might be forgotten without novels such as this. I loved reading about rolling bandages for the...

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