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Highland Crown

Highland Crown by May McGoldrick

HIGHLAND CROWN by May McGoldrick is the perfect example of historical adventure romance that’s fun, engaging, and too good to put down to do necessary things. I literally couldn’t stop and would wake up in the middle of the night to read a few more pages. McGoldrick throws together a hunted surgeon running for her...

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One For The Rogue

Romance is a rare commodity in ONE FOR THE ROGUE in Manda Collins’ last entry in the Studies In Scandal series. Gemma Hastings, a gorgeous, gifted geologist uncovers a fossil and is convinced that it is what her late aunt left to her in her inheritance. But when a man is murdered, Gemma is connected...

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The Earl's Countess of Convenience (Penniless Brides of Convenience Book 1)

The Earl's Countess of Convenience by Marguerite Kaye

THE EARL’S COUNTESS OF CONVENIENCE, the first book in the PENNILESS BRIDES OF CONVENIENCE series, is written by one of my favorite authors of historical romance, and it only whet my appetite for more. While I was turning the pages far into the night, I savored every moment. This historical romance is set in England...

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Counting on a Countess

Counting on a Countess by Eva Leigh

Christopher “Kit” Ellingsworth is a rakishly handsome war vet, and his exploits during battle have earned him the title of Earl when he returns home to London. Unfortunately, the title doesn’t come with the riches he desires. A blessing comes in the form of a will from his mentor that contains a sizable inheritance. The...

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