A woman kisses a Viscount in an art gallery and in doing so becomes a scandalous woman and loses her reputation. But in this loss can she gain everything?
A young lady, knowledgeable in herbal remedies, is determined to marry her father’s successor so she can remain in the family home. The Earl is determined to marry a woman he does not love.
Five sisters in the court of Versailles during the reign of Louis XV.
“Carefully researched and ornately detailed, The Sisters of Versailles is the first book in an exciting new historical fiction trilogy about King Louis XV, France’s most “well-beloved” monarch, and the women who shared his heart and his bed. ” Tantor Media
An American artist and an British earl become buddies and form a club aimed at preventing their unattached sisters and wards from the sinful suitors who prey upon women of the ton. Contains mature themes.
A bespectacled, geeky woman meets her match when she tries to learn about sex before her wedding to another man.
The adopted daughter of the first woman to become President goes all runaway bride and hitches a ride with her fiance’s friend. What’s she looking for?
Two of Loretta Chase’s best loved short stories are present and set 19th century societal niceties on their ears!!
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Stop in for a review of Chloe Neill’s exciting, new book, DARK DEBT, some Q and A with Chloe, an on-site giveaway, and a tourwide giveaway.
This is a thrilling new chapter in the Chicagoland Vampires series. Come on in and check it out!
When a war wound leaves Flavian with holes in his memory he relies on his friends. A young widow, Agnes hopes to marry again but is resigned to a quiet life. What could one have to do with the other?
A Billionaire, his secretary, and his grandfather’s last will and testament cross paths in Las Vegas.
Parenting, Nature versus Nurture: Are we doomed to inherit our parents’ luck, or lack thereof, in the romance department? Yesterday’s reviewed book had this as a theme and so I was looking for another and found it in TAKE ME by Diane Alberts.
The daughter of a wealthy doctor can’t get her fiance to set a date. She tries to force the issue with a mad-cap scheme involving their best man and her summer cottage.
A beautiful Princess must marry a dashing earl (and spy) when he is perhaps not at his best, or her cousin will put her in a convent. He’s surprised, but also intrigued with her and her lady’s companion. Mystery, lots of steam and comedy.