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Midnight Dynasty ~ The House of Crimson and Clover #3

  • Author: Sarah M Cradit
  • Published: August 2014 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Category: Contemporary,Romance, Paranormal

The Deschanel Curse, dormant for a decade, has returned with a vengeance.

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Raven's Bride by Lynn Kerstan

She tried to rob him. And then she stole his heart.

If a mysterious assassin gets his way, Ashton Cordell, the Earl of Ravensby, will die without leaving an heir.

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Historical Romance

Never Trust a Pirate (Scandal at the House of Russell #2) by Anne Stuart

Madeleine Russell, the beautiful daughter of a shipping magnate, counted on marrying a wealthy husband. Then her father’s disgrace and death left her with no dowry and no suitor.

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Historical Romance

Betraying Mercy by Amber Lin

Can she be more than a mistress?

With a tarnished reputation, Mercy Lyndhurst expected to become the Earl of Rochford’s mistress, not his wife. Immediately abandoned by her husband after their wedding, Mercy transformed herself from commoner to countess, vowing to protect the lands and people her husband was forced to leave.

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Historical Romance

I Adored a Lord by Katharine Ashe

All that clever, passionate Ravenna Caulfield wants is to stay far away from high society’s mean girls.

All that handsome, heroic Lord Vitor Courtenay wants is to dash from dangerous adventure to adventure.

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Historical Romance

TBR Challenge: Tempting a Sinner (Sinners Club #2) by Kate Pearce

Cold Calculation

Within the circles of British intelligence, Benedict, Lord Keyes, is known for his cold brilliance and strict military demeanor. Yet this icy exterior masks a man of smoldering passion and scorching sexuality who will do anything to keep his past a secret.

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Historical Romance

Chinese Cooking for Diamond Thieves

Driving home after being kicked out of college, Tucker meets and picks up the mysterious Corinne Chang at a rest stop.

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MacLeod Andrews