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Brave New Earl by Jane Ashford (The Way to a Man's Heart, #1)

Miss Jean Saunders is a woman with a mission. When she hears how her deceased cousin’s child is being neglected, she finds herself at Furness Hall in Somerset, facing the distraught Benjamin Romulus, Earl of Furness, languishing in the library starring at a portrait of his late wife, unable to deal with the cause of her death, his son Geoffrey. 341 more words


To Woo A Wicked Widow Release Day!

What a long, strange trip it’s been.

At long last, the day is here!  My Regency romance, To Woo A Wicked Widow, releases today at e-tailers and in Barnes & Noble Book Stores across the country. 557 more words

Jenna Jaxon

Only Seduction Will Do: Cover Reveal!

At long last I can reveal this gorgeous cover for the upcoming fourth book in my House of Pleasure series

Only Seduction Will Do

This next book in the series, set in Georgian England, is the story of Jack Fitzwilliam, the Earl of Manning and Miss Alethea Forsythe.  1,053 more words

Jenna Jaxon

Pure Innocence by Liza O'Connor

Pure Innocence

The Extraordinary Life of Amy Winston, Book 1

Words can harm or heal, depending on the speaker.

While Amy hears only kind words from her uncle, and her four protectors, when she goes into town, or when she’s in the same room with servants the words she hears hurt like stones. 835 more words


The Rogue is Back in Town by Anna Bennett (The Wayward Wallflowers, #3)

Disclaimer: Much of the plot line of The Rogue is Back in Town, book three in the Wayward Wallflower series by Anna Bennett, ignores the societal rules and mores of the Regency Era. 551 more words


Cover Reveal: Wedding the Widow

The cover to my second book in The Widow’s Club series, Wedding the Widow, has been released!  I actually found it on Amazon a couple of days ago, so there’s no big “reveal” but I love the cover and wanted to formally share it with you. 792 more words

Jenna Jaxon

Third Son's a Charm (The Survivors, Book 1) by Shana Galen

Ewan Mostyn, the third son of the Earl of Pembroke, fought for the British in the Napoleonic Wars. His company, composed of other non-heirs, started out with thirty but only twelve survived the suicidal missions, now known as Dravens Dozen. 499 more words