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A SEASON OF RUIN by Anna Bradley

A Season of Ruin by Anna Bradley

From the moment I put down A WICKED WAY TO WIN AN EARL, the first book in Anna Bradley’s Sutherland Scandals, I’ve been very impatiently awaiting the next in the series. A SEASON OF RUIN did not disappoint! Anna Bradley has a gift for writing formulaic historical romance plots that feel fresh and even vital. If you enjoy...

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My Heart's Desire

my-hearts-desire by Andrea Kane

The 25th Anniversary Edition of Andrea Kane’s MY HEART’S DESIRE is as entertaining today as it was when she first released it. With typical Kane wit, charm, and romance, MY HEART’S DESIRE takes feisty Lady Alexandria Cassel, a woman who despises the entitled wealthy of London’s high society, and pits her against Captain Drake Barrett,...

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Good Earls Don't Lie

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Although Irishman Iain Donovan’s older brother visited England quite often with their mother, Iain has never been there. He never understood his mother’s hatred for him or her reasons for leaving him at home. Even now that his brother has died and Iain is the Earl of Ashton, she still will have nothing to do...

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The Perks of Loving a Scoundrel by Jennifer McQuinston

The Perks of Loving a Scoundrel

I have a soft spot for heroines who always have their noses stuck in a book, so I immediately fell in love with Mary Channing, the main character of Jennifer McQuinston’s THE PERKS OF LOVING A SCOUNDREL. Since most of Mary’s books have taught her that women are likely to be ruined, married to a villain,...

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