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The Forbidden Duke (The Untouchable Series, Book 1) by Darcy Burke

There are good guys and bad guys in The Forbidden Duke by Darcy Burke. The bad guy is Lord Haywood, a Duke who takes advantage of a debutante thereby ruining her reputation, sentencing her to a life of ostracism out in the country while he merely gets a slap on the wrist, allowing him to continue in his rakish ways. 589 more words


A Lady's Choice by Donna Lea Simpson

Donna Lea Simpson continues the Saga of the Neville family in her Regency Romance A Lady’s Choice. In the first book, Lord Haven’s Deception, Lord Haven finds true love with Miss Jane Corbett, and in the second book, The Debutante’s Dilemma, youngest sister Pamela lands a husband who loves her despite her hoydenish ways. 565 more words


The Duchess Lydia by Liza O'Connor

The fatal ending of Jane Austen

In 1817, widowhood could emancipate a woman or lead her to poverty, depending on the income she derived from her dower rights, which was the money and goods that a bride’s father had negotiated for her upon her marriage. 674 more words


It's Always True Love: WILDE IN LOVE by Eloisa James #romance

Lord Alaric was enthralling in much the same way that tigers in the Royal Menagerie were. She liked to observe them, but wouldn’t dream of taking one home. 463 more words


Cover Reveal for To Woo A Wicked Widow

I am thrilled to announce that today Kensington is revealing the cover to the first book in my Regency series, The Widows’ Club, To Woo A Wicked Widow… 468 more words

Jenna Jaxon

Lord of Chance (Rogues to Riches, Book 1) by Erica Ridley

With Philip Fairfax it’s feast or famine. His parents, living at the edge of The Ton have no idea on how to manage their expenses, so more often than not they have to sell their possessions in order to stay in their rented London townhouse, unless, of course, Philip has a lucky streak playing cards. 649 more words


Weekend Writing Warriors ~ 8/06/17 Heart of Desire: An Unexpected Acceptance

I’m back! Last weekend I was driving home from RWA National Convention in Orlando–super time but no time for anything but the conference. This past week I was in the writing cave at my aunt’s house for four days. 510 more words

Jenna Jaxon