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Once A Soldier

Once a Soldier by Mary Jo Putney

ONCE A SOLDIER by Mary Jo Putney begins in Portugal, 1809. ONCE A SOLDIER is the first of a new series called Rogues Redeemed, about the adventures of a group of English soldiers, who’ve been captured by the French and imprisoned during the Napoleonic Wars. They manage to escape the night before being executed as...

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Taming the Highlander

This story centers on a Scottish tablet that is broken in four pieces. If those pieces are ever united, it spells disaster for the world. So, fifty years ago, the relics were separated and transported to the four corners of the earth. Each relic gives the possessor a distinctive gift. Unfortunately, for anyone else to...

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The Irresistible Rogue

THE IRRESISTIBLE ROGUE by Valerie Bowman starts off funny, cute and wacky – all the things I love about a house party. Daphne Swift is planning the gathering where she hopes to announce her engagement to the handsome and wealthy Lord Fitzwell. That is, if she can convince him to ask for her hand in...

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The Tea Planter's Wife

The Tea Planters Wife by Dinah Jefferies

In 1925, young, innocent Gwendolyn Hooper leaves her native England to join her new husband in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) and steps into an exotic and alien world full of racial tensions and family secrets she does not understand. Immediately upon her arrival, she meets an attractive and cultured Sinhalese man, Savi Ravasinghe, whose help...

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