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The Book of Lost Names

The Book of Lost Names by Kristin Harmel

THE BOOK OF LOST NAMES by Kristin Harmel is set in France after the German invasion. Eva Traube Abrams comes across an article in the New York Times about the book of lost names that she hasn’t seen in over sixty years. Eva and her parents lived in an apartment in Paris. She and her...

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Kissing Under The Mistletoe

KISSING UNDER THE MISTLETOE is a trio of lovely holiday stories by my favorite authors, Suzanne Enoch, Amelia Grey, and Anna Bennett. The first story, Great Scot!, stars beautiful Jane Bansil who realistically knows that a romantic fairy-tale life is just that, a fairy-tale. She is a companion to Lady Aldriss in the rambunctious MacTaggert...

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Portrait Of A Scotsman

Portrait of a Scotsman by Evie Dunmore

PORTRAIT OF A SCOTSMAN is a deep woven tapestry of women’s rights, romantic entanglements and risky, suspenseful adventures. It stars Hattie Greenfield, a beautiful London banking heiress, whose goal is to become an acclaimed artist. It wouldn’t hurt also to wed a virile, handsome lord. Although, unconventional Hattie is found in a compromising position with...

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Along Came a Lady

Along Came a Lady by Christi Caldwell

Rafe Audley is the illegitimate son of a duke. He supports his younger siblings by working as a foreman at a coalmine. Rafe wants nothing to do with the man that sired him and his three siblings. However, he cannot ignore the latest person the duke sent to retrieve him. The female persists in upending...

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