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The Tarnished Lady

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Once heralded as the “Silver Jewel of Northumbira,” Lady Eadyth of Hawks’ Lair made one error in judgement. The result – a new moniker, “The Tarnished Jewel,” and a son, John.  Since then she’s spent her time caring for her child, tending her bees and remaining a recluse from society. The simple fact that she’s...

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Murder Has Nine Lives

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Murder Has Nine Lives by Laura Levine

Freelance writer Jaine Austen’s newest assignment of writing a brochure for Toiletmasters and their new Touch-Me-Not toilet has a plus side, a date with the nephew of the company’s president. Plus, she has an upcoming tropical vacation in Maui with her parents to look forward to. But she can always use a bit more money...

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Shadow Rider

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Shadow Rider by Christine Feehan

A desperate woman with a secret, a protector searching for his future. When their shadows collide… Descending from a long line of shadow riders, Stefano Ferraro’s ability to bend shadow and light to his will allows him to mete out justice when the system has failed the innocent. Unfortunately, the same ability makes it difficult...

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Snowdrops in Summer

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Snowdrops in Summer by Helen Duggan

This is the first book I have read by Helen Duggan. Usually a writer of erotica under a different name, Ms. Duggan’s first book of women’s fiction. I enjoyed the camaraderie and friendship between these three women. Lisa, Angelica, and Claire have been friends through thick and thin for quite some time. Lisa is a...

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Sweet as Honey

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Growing up, Lily Christner had been an ungainly girl with braces and glasses. One boy in particular, Dan, had called her names, which only made her feel worse. But Paul Glick had come to her rescue and had helped ease her loneliness. Over the years, Lily has blossomed into a beauty, although she is unaware...

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