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Road to Gretna Green: Timeless Regency Collection

In the newest release of a Timeless Regency Collection, authors Lucinda Brant, Julie Daines and Heather B. Moore share memorable short stories about finding love in… 116 more words

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CAROL’S REVIEWS – SALT REDUX AND SALT ANGEL (PART OF THE SALT HENDON COLLECTION: A GEORGIAN HISTORICAL BOXED SET) BY LUCINDA BRANT

REVIEW OF SALT REDUX 

 (Salt Hendon, # 2)

Genre: Historical Romance (Georgian  – St. Petersburg, Russia , Salt Hall, Wiltshire, England and London, England, 1767) 1,333 more words

Historical Romance

CAROL’S REVIEW: SALT BRIDE (PART OF THE SALT HENDON COLLECTION: A GEORGIAN HISTORICAL BOXED SET)

(Salt Hendon, #1)

Genre: Historical Romance (Georgian – Wiltshire, England, 1759 and London, England, 1763)

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When the Earl of Salt Hendon marries squire’s daughter Jane Despard, Society is aghast. 1,411 more words

Historical Romance

WENDY’S AUDIO BOOK REVIEW: SATYR’S SON BY LUCINDA BRANT

(Roxton Family Saga, #5)

Genre: Historical Romance (Georgian, 1786)

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Roxton Family Saga Book 5: Henri-Antoine and Lisa’s Happily Ever After 

London, 1786. Lord Henri-Antoine has returned from the Grand Tour to a life of privilege and excess. 2,205 more words

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Review- Deadly Engagement by Lucinda Brant

Title: Deadly Engagement
Genre: Historical Mystery/Romance
Author: Lucinda Brandt
Source: Purchase
Publisher: Sprigleaf 2011
Pages: 328
Rating: 5
Sexy rating: 5
Violence rating: 5
Description from Amazon: 278 more words

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Satyr's Son by Lucinda Brant

Satyr’s Son by Lucinda Brant

Barbara’s rating: 5 of 5 stars

Series: Roxton Family Saga Book #5 (Audiobook)
Publication Date: 12/6/17

Alex Wyndham’s voice is like liquid chocolate oozing down your throat – smooth, lush, decadently appealing and sensual. 661 more words

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REVIEW: SATYR’S SON BY LUCINDA BRANT

(Roxton Family Saga, #6)

Genre: Historical Romance (Georgian, 1786)

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Roxton Family Saga Book 5: Henri-Antoine and Lisa’s Happily Ever After 

London, 1786. Lord Henri-Antoine has returned from the Grand Tour to a life of privilege and excess. 1,609 more words

Historical Romance