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The Discerning Gentleman's Guide

The Discerning Gentleman's Guide by Virginia Heath

THE DISCERNING GENTLEMAN’S GUIDE by Virginia Heath was a fast paced read with quite a few twists and turns to the story. Set in England in the early 1800’s, the book made me chuckle when I read excerpts of the guide that Bennett, a Duke, wrote and believed was the best way to actually choose...

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The Duke

The Duke by Kerrigan Byrne

Collin “Cole” Talmage, Duke of Trenwyth, inherits the title when an unfortunate accident claims his parents and older brother’s lives. He treats his fellow soldiers to a night out at a brothel before leaving them to assume his new responsibilities. Cole encounters a woman there who assuages his grief. Thoughts of her help him endure...

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Falling for the Highlander

Falling for the Highlander by Lynsay Sands

After overhearing her half-brother’s appalling offer to trade her virtue in exchange for horses Lady Murine Carmichael does the only sensible thing left to do – she packs the few items she can and heads out on her own in hopes of reaching one of her friends for help. The last thing she anticipates is...

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The Heiress and the Hothead

The Heiress and the Hothead by Sabrina Jeffries

Lord Stephen Corry, the youngest brother of the Marquess of Knightford, cannot refuse his cousin’s request for him to attend a house party where he will be able to meet Miss Amanda Keane, an American mill owner. Stephen has seen the devastating plight of mill workers, so he uses the articles he writes to expose...

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The Viscount and the Vixen

Killian St. John, Viscount Locksley, was only six when his mother died. His father, so in love with his wife, stopped the clocks on that day and they haven’t been restarted since. He also locked the doors to most of the rooms in the manor. Now his father is considered quite mad as he waits...

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The Danger of Desire

Warren Corry, Marquess of Knightford, belongs to an organization known as St. George’s Club, which was founded to protect the members’ female relatives from scoundrels and fortune hunters. He feels that he owes his cousin Clarissa because of something from their past. When she asks him to check with the members of his club to...

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