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By Heidi Kimball -
In 1835, Charlotte is heir to her father’s dukedom, a Scottish one that can pass through the female line. When her cousin Tavish ...Read Review
By Jill E. Warner -
London, England, 1837. After her mother dies, eight-year-old Anna Beasley’s father sends her from Bombay to London to live with aristocratic relatives. Although ...Read Review
By A. L. Sowards -
Although much is known about Bletchley Park, the British codebreaking center in Buckinghamshire, an hour outside of London, little is written about the ...Read Review
By Ashtyn Newbold - By Karen Thornell - By Sally Britton - By Sarah M. Eden -
Inspirational RomanceShort Stories
This collection of Regency romances follows four young couples as they find love in the Christmas season. In “A Family Christmas,” Cyril Grant ...Read Review
By Raneé S. Clark -
Prince Baxter returns from Paris to 1895 New York to woo socialite Miss Darlington, much to the disgust of his elder brother Preston, whose ...Read Review
By Chalon Linton -
Chiara Madero is the beautiful daughter of a harsh Italian baron who has sent her to England to find a suitable husband, preferably ...Read Review
By Anneka R. Walker -
Part of the Matchmaking Mamas series, this story starts with baron’s son Tom Harwood meeting Cassandra Vail at a ball. Unbeknownst to ...Read Review
By Jennifer Moore -
Elizabeth Miller runs a much-needed school for underprivileged girls in London’s East End, but the costs are overwhelming. She reluctantly turns to ...Read Review
By Elizabeth W. Watkins -
1811, England. Russell Parkinson, chemist and newly created baronet, despises London, although both he and his good friend hope he can use his knowledge ...Read Review
Due to their loyalty to Tsar Nicholas II, Nadia’s father, mother, and aunt are executed by the Russian secret police, the Cheka. ...Read Review
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