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Highland Vixen

Highland Vixen by Mary Wine

Marcus MacPherson fully intended to marry Helen Grant but he’s clueless when it comes to wooing her. She’s unlike any female he’s ever met – she doesn’t cower from him, isn’t afraid to stand up for her beliefs, and flat out refuses to marry him just because he deems it so.  With the aid of...

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Miss Bradshaw's Bought Betrothal

Miss Bradshaw's Bought Betrothal by Virginia Heath

MISS BRADSHAW’S BOUGHT BETROTHAL is set in England in the early 1800’s and is a take on the Cinderella fairy-tale, including the evil stepmother and sisters and the unexpected Prince Charming. Miss Bradshaw, also known as Evelyn or Evie, has the part of Cinderella down pat. She is such a doormat for her family and can’t stand...

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The Harlot and the Sheikh

The Harlot and the Sheikh by Marguerite Kaye

THE HARLOT AND THE SHEIKH, the third book in the HOT ARABIAN NIGHTS SERIES, does not disappoint. It was fast paced with beautiful descriptions that gave vivid detail to the clothing, the palace, the stables, and the lands. Stephanie is part English and part Egyptian and seems well suited to Arabia, even speaking the language....

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The Rebel Of Clan Kincaid

The Rebel of Clan Kincaid by Lily Blackwood

THE REBEL OF CLAN KINCAID by Lily Blackwood is a ruthless, gripping, romance-laced and captivating story about a brawny warrior named Magnus, who learns the truth about his birthright. Raised as the illegitimate son of Laird Alwyn, he discovers he is actually the son of Laird Kincaid, who was killed. He was taught to despise...

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