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The Tarnished Lady

Once heralded as the “Silver Jewel of Northumbira,” Lady Eadyth of Hawks’ Lair made one error in judgement. The result – a new moniker, “The Tarnished Jewel,” and a son, John.  Since then she’s spent her time caring for her child, tending her bees and remaining a recluse from society. The simple fact that she’s...

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A Gentleman Never Tells

A GENTLEMAN NEVER TELLS is a quick paced read at only one hundred and sixty pages. I was able to read it in only a few hours and in just one sitting.  Although this is the first book in the ESSEX SISTERS series that I’ve read I was able to catch the flow immediately and did not...

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One Pink Rose

One Pink Rose by Julie Garwood

Tread carefully, Travis! Emily Finnegan is a fickle female who wants to adopt the mindset of a southern belle but she has a whimsical, practical side too. Her mind changes like the wind. Poof, on a whim! Emily is a sweet breath of fresh air and with her slightly flighty, attitude; she decides to be...

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Under the Desert Sky

Under the Desert Sky by Sara Luck

UNDER THE DESERT SKY by Sara Luck portrays an unusual combination of a South African hero traveling to the Arizona Territory in the 1900s. Raising ostriches for their plumes isn’t something I ever heard about from our history, so I find that part of this novel appealing within a western historical romance. Due to a...

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Lady Pirate

Lady Pirate by Lynsay Sands

Sailing the high seas, then trying to find a husband in Merry Old England with rapscallion pirates, has never been so much fun. Lynsay Sands has done it again with a wonderfully fun, exciting, and sensual tale in LADY PIRATE. Having assumed control of her murdered brother’s captaincy as the dread Captain Red, Valoree has...

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Scandal at the Midsummer Ball

SCANDAL AT THE MIDSUMMER BALL has two historical novels written by two different authors that have the Brockmore Manor House Party, its hosts and guests, at its core. The stories flowed smoothly from one to the other and kept my interest from the first page to the last. Both stories take place during the same...

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