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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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The Ghost, Highland Guard Series, Book 12

The Ghost by Monica McCarty

What do a spy and a traitor have in common? They both lack honesty! The latest and last chapter in the HIGHLAND GUARD series is a horrific, realistic account about the actual battle between the Scottish and the English. Ms. McCarty skillfully ties up the whole series with this final stirring novel starring Joan Comyn,...

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When a Marquis Chooses a Bride

Although Dorothea Stern, granddaughter to the Duke of Bristol, grew up in the country, she was educated on the ways of the nobility. She has been looking forward to having her first Season in London with her best friend Charlene. But her plans fell through when her sponsor had to bow out and her mother’s...

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