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The House Between Tides

Reminiscent of the Gothics of the 1970s, THE HOUSE BETWEEN TIDES by Sarah Maine takes the reader on a stimulating stroll through two time periods, igniting the senses with a classic mysterious aura. The moodiness of the location easily placed my mind on holiday in the past while unraveling the mystery in the present. It...

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The Highlander

Philomena “Mena” St. Vincent assumes a new identity to escape her abusive husband. Liam MacKenzie is haunted by the sins of his past and the cruel father who had shaped him into the man known as the Demon Highlander. Will Philomena find safety with the Demon Highlander? Can Liam control the demon within to protect...

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His Scandalous Kiss

After being tortured and disfigured during the war, Richard Heartly has exiled himself for the past five years, only living to avenge a terrible betrayal. The only members of his family who know he is alive are his brother Spencer and their father. A masked ball at Thorncliff Manor gives Richard the opportunity to get...

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The Fairest of Them All

Lady Charlene ‘Char’ Blanchard, the daughter of the infamous Lord Dearne knows how precarious life can become. At eight, she lost her beloved father and six months ago, Char’s uncle cut off her funds. Now, at the age of nineteen, Char is living with her aunt and has become quite good at picking pockets. The...

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Chasing the Heiress

‘CHASING THE HEIRESS’ by Rachael Miles is book two in the “The Muses’ Salon” series. It is the story of Lady Arabella Lucia Fairborne and Colin Somerville. I have not read the previous book ‘Jilting the Duke’. However, this is a standalone book. Lady Arabella’s father is a military man. She has followed her father...

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Sheikh's Mail-Order Bride

When I was asked by the author if I’d like to read book two in her HOT ARABIAN NIGHTS SERIES I jumped at the chance and I was not disappointed.  While the premise is similar – an Englishwoman meets up with a prince in Arabia – the book diverges from there.  Kadar and Constance feel an...

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