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FROM DUKE TILL DAWN

From Duke Till Dawn by Eva Leigh

In her first book of The London Underground series, FROM DUKE TILL DAWN, Eva Leigh gives us a story that is hard to put down. Alexander Lewis, Duke of Greyland, is one of the most powerful men in England, an honorable man bound by duty. The upper-class young woman he has arranged to marry jilts...

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LADY BE BAD

Lady Be Bad by Megan Frampton

Oh, the peril of being a dutiful daughter, especially when one’s little sister has gone and run off with your dancing instructor. Now, to save her family’s reputation, Lady Eleanor Howlett, oldest daughter of the Duke of Marymount, is prepared to marry Bennett Raybourn, Lord Carson, heir to the Marquis of Wheatley, to deflect the...

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Beyond the Wild River

Beyond the Wild River by Sarah Maine

BEYOND THE WILD RIVER by Sarah Maine is a great historical adventure to North America during the 1893 World Fair, enhanced by the dangers on a Canadian Nipigon River fishing expedition. Evelyn Ballantyre leads a boring life as a Scottish heiress under her father’s strict guidance. When he discovers her friendship with his groom, he...

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Seven Minutes in Heaven

Seven Minutes in Heaven by Eloisa James

Oh the joy of reading a well written story with a heroine that you simply cannot help but root for is exactly how you will feel after reading SEVEN MINUTES IN HEAVEN by Eloisa James. Mrs. Eugenia Snowe’s unique solution to living her life after becoming a widow is exactly what puts her in the...

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It Had to Be You

It Had To Be You by Susan Andersen

IT HAD TO BE YOU is a departure for Susan Andersen since it’s a historical romance set in the 1920’s in Washington state. Booker is the owner of a posh and profitable speakeasy where Lola becomes the star attraction. She and Booker have a past from their childhood when she was known as Lena, and...

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A Talent for Temptation

Quinn Raines works as a clerk at his father’s bank. He orchestrates a sham abduction so he can play the hero for his reluctant beloved. The scenario does not go as Quinn intends. As Meriel patches his wound, he discovers some interesting truths about the lovely widow. Will Quinn confess the truth about the ruse...

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