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Gone with the Rogue

Gone with the Rogue by Amelia Grey

GONE WITH THE ROGUE by Amelia Grey is the second book in her new series First Comes Love. It can be read as a standalone book. Julia Fairbright was widowed after her husband was lost when the Salty Dove sank. She and her young son, Chatwyn, live with her father-in-law, who is a Duke. He...

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Undressed with the Marquess

Undressed with the Marquess by Christi Caldwell

UNDRESSED WITH THE MARQUESS is the third book in the LOST LORDS OF LONDON series. While it held my interest, it was a little slow going for me in the beginning. There is a depth to the characters and a richness to the story thanks to the detailed descriptions of the setting. This is Dare...

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The Earl Takes a Fancy: A Sins for All Seasons Novel

The Earl Takes a Fancy by Lorraine Heath

THE EARL TAKES A FANCY by Lorraine Heath is the fifth book in the series A Sin for all Seasons. It’s excellent and very entertaining. I had read the first four books and really enjoyed them too. But this book can be read as a standalone book. When Matthew Somersby, the Earl of Rosemont’s, young...

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The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek

The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek by Kim Michele Richardson

THE BOOK WOMAN OF TROUBLESOME CREEK by Kim Michele Richardson is a historical book set in the 1930s about a blue-skinned woman in the hills of Kentucky, Cussy Mary Carter is the last of the blues. Ostracized by most of the hill people, she becomes a pack horse librarian, and while many still scorn her,...

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