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A Duchess A Day

A clever cast of characters with escapades galore and an amusing romance, A DUCHESS A DAY simply sizzles! It stars Lady Helena Lark whose main existence is tending to her orchard in the forest where she lives. She defies her parents request to wed a tiresome and carousing Duke of Lusk, because she doesn’t find...

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Courting Trouble

Courting Trouble by Kerrigan Byrne

Lady Honoria “Nora” Mosby, Viscountess Woodhaven, is the eldest daughter of a baron. She has spent ten years in a loveless marriage to a cruel monster. Honoria nearly becomes her late husband’s last victim. She begs her brother-in-law to take her to Doctor Conleith’s clinic for care. Honoria wants to gain his forgiveness for all...

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Nothing Short of Wondrous

Nothing Short of Wondrous by Regina Scott

Author Regina Scott takes us to 1886 Yellowstone National Park and a world of glorious geysers and painted pots with NOTHING SHORT OF WONDROUS, the second book in her series, American Wonders Collection. It is a story of taking chances and forgiveness. Widow Kate Tremaine owns the Geyser Gateway Inn. Her lease will soon be...

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A Very Highland Holiday, Anthology

A Very Highland Holiday

Each story in this anthology takes place in a pastoral Scottish tavern around Christmas. The heroes have been involved in the dreadful Battle of Culloden Moor. I enjoyed each author’s take on the tavern’s owner and his feisty daughter. It has been some time since I read an anthology or a holiday-themed story. I generally...

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