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Six Impossible Things by Elizabeth Boyle

While part of a series, SIX IMPOSSIBLE THINGS was a good stand-alone book. Elizabeth Boyle introduces the reader to an unusual woman’s role in the early 1800’s. Rosalie is a young marriageable woman socialite who wants to be her own person not someone’s wife, lover, mother etc. She wants to be a spy and work...

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The Girl with the Make-Believe Husband

The Girl with the Make Believe Husband by Julia Quinn

Captain Edward Rokesby is the second son of the Earl of Manston. He wakes up in a hospital next to a beautiful woman claiming to be his wife and three months of his life gone. Edward remembers Cecilia from her letters to her brother but he cannot recall marrying his best friend’s sister. With her...

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My One True Highlander

My One True Highlander by Suzanne Enoch

Viscount Graeme Maxton is clan Maxwell’s territory chieftain. He abhors the shoddy way his over laird, the Duke of Duncraigh, treats his clan. Graeme steps in to save his brothers’ necks when they react to the Duke’s threats by kidnapping the Sassenach Duke of Lattimer’s sister. He refuses to hand Lady Marjorie Forrester over to...

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NEVER TRUST A PIRATE

Never Trust a Pirate by Valerie Bowman

When you’ve got secret identities, spies, swashbuckling–and I’m just talking about the heroine–you know you are about to embark on an amazing adventure! NEVER TRUST A PIRATE will take you on fast-paced journey, through the slums and salons of London and beyond. Self-proclaimed black sheep of the family, Cade Cavendish, can’t seem to pigeon-hole the...

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