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By Vanessa Riley -
Hayti (Haiti) became a sovereign nation in 1804, free of slavery, after defeating Napoleon’s forces. The formerly enslaved now rule the new nation. ...Read Review
By Sarah Ferguson Duchess of York -
We first meet our heroine, Lady Mary Montagu Douglas Scott—the ‘intriguing lady’ of the title, and daughter of the Duke and Duchess ...Read Review
By Emma Denny -
This gay romance opens with two brothers, Raff and Ash, sons of the Earl of Barden, travelling through Hartswood Forest to deliver their ...Read Review
By Marguerite Kaye - By Sarah Ferguson -
It is all arranged. Lady Margaret Montagu Douglas Scott, second daughter of the Duke of Buccleuch, is expected to make a most propitious ...Read Review
By Jenni Fletcher -
In 1325, as a favour to her loyal but impoverished father, dowry-less Matilde becomes lady-in-waiting to Edward II’s queen, Isabella. The Queen is ...Read Review
By Melissa Oliver -
In the year 1218, Isabel de Clancey is accosted as a girl while traveling to her betrothed’s home in France. William Geraint, also ...Read Review
By Carolyn Davidson -
Widower Jake McPherson takes no prisoners with his temper as he sits in his wheelchair, closed off from the world while his nine-year-old ...Read Review
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