Surprise Cover Reveal: ‘The Duke of Distraction’ by Darcy Burke

BOOK BLURB: After witnessing how love embittered his uncle and broke his father, Felix Havers, Earl of Ware vows never to love. He conceals his emotions behind a wall of wit and charm, and is celebrated as the master of entertainments—parties, picnics, races. When his best friend’s wallflower sister needs to find a husband, he… Continue reading Surprise Cover Reveal: ‘The Duke of Distraction’ by Darcy Burke

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‘The Scoundrel and the Lady’ by Robyn DeHart

STORY: Iris Bennington is furious when she discovers her younger brother is following the instructions found in the acclaimed advice columns on How to be a Gentleman. The so-called “advice” is more likely to turn her brother into a scoundrel than a true gentleman. Iris decides to locate the author of the columns and confront… Continue reading ‘The Scoundrel and the Lady’ by Robyn DeHart

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Spotlight on Charis Michaels and ‘All Dressed in White’

BOOK BLURB: Self-made shipping magnate Joseph Chance never planned on falling in love. He simply needed financing for a new business venture and a marriage of convenience provides it. Then he meets Tessa St. Croix, his future bride, and is instantly smitten. But when the angelic beauty reveals a life-changing secret on their wedding night,… Continue reading Spotlight on Charis Michaels and ‘All Dressed in White’

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Spotlight on Julie Johnstone and ‘Outlaw King’

BOOK BLURB: She’s the weapon intended to destroy him. He’s the key to her freedom. Dark days have come to medieval Scotland, and fierce warrior Robert the Bruce would do anything to release his country from English rule—and not just because he’s the rightful heir to the Scottish throne. As the bloody war rages on,… Continue reading Spotlight on Julie Johnstone and ‘Outlaw King’

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‘Always’ by Lynsay Sands

STORY: Bastard daughter to the king, Rosamunde was raised in a convent and wholly prepared to take the veil . . . until King Henry declared she would wed Aric, one of his most valiant knights. Suddenly she found herself promising to love, honor, and obey. Rosamunde's education had not covered a wedding night, but… Continue reading ‘Always’ by Lynsay Sands

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Spotlight on Pamela Mingle and ‘Mistress Spy’

BOOK BLURB: A determined sister . . . Madeleine Vernon’s dreams should be filled with elegant gowns and marriageable men. Instead, she dreams of avenging her brother’s death. But when she’s captured by the queen’s men, she’s forced to become a spy by her mysterious yet undeniably attractive captor. A rakish spy . . .… Continue reading Spotlight on Pamela Mingle and ‘Mistress Spy’

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‘Mr. Rochester’ by Sarah Shoemaker

STORY: We first meet Edward Rochester as a vulnerable, motherless little boy who, on his eighth birthday, is exiled from Thornfield Hall and all he has ever loved. As he learns to navigate his complicated relationships with his father and older brother, he makes his journey across England and then to Jamaica and a world of slavery and a ravishing… Continue reading ‘Mr. Rochester’ by Sarah Shoemaker

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Spotlight on Mary Wine and ‘Highland Hellion’!

BOOK BLURB: KATHERINE CAREW Illegitimate daughter of an English earl… Abducted to Scotland at age 14… No family, no reputation… No rules ROLFE MCTAVISH Heir to an honorable Highland laird… Can’t believe how well tomboy Kate can fight… About to learn how much of a woman she really is Scotland is seething with plots, the… Continue reading Spotlight on Mary Wine and ‘Highland Hellion’!

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‘An Almond for a Parrot’ by Wray Delaney

STORY: 'I would like to make myself the heroine of this story – an innocent victim led astray. But alas sir, I would be lying…’ London, 1756: In Newgate prison, Tully Truegood awaits trial. Her fate hanging in the balance, she tells her life-story. It’s a tale that takes her from skivvy in the back… Continue reading ‘An Almond for a Parrot’ by Wray Delaney

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‘The Sound of Thunder’ by Taylor Caldwell

STORY: The son of a socialist German shopkeeper, Edward Enger has one dream: to turn his father’s modest delicatessen into an empire. With an astute head for business and talent for making money, he achieves success beyond his wildest imagination. Yet something is keeping him from enjoying his extraordinary good fortune. Fourteen-year-old Edward believed he… Continue reading ‘The Sound of Thunder’ by Taylor Caldwell