In Just in Time Cowboy by Jillie Rivers, When Kelsey starts her day in Mule Stop, Wyoming in 2014 and ends it in 1892 she is understandably confused. Not so confused is Peter Jackson, the young cowboy that finds her. It seems the Sioux foretold her appearance. Peter has an outlaw on his heels determined to steal his claim so taking care of Kelsey is near the bottom of his list. Can Kelsey find her way home and will she want to once the scope of her purpose in the past is discovered?
Periseneb was on his way home after a distinguished career in Pharaoh’s Own Guard when he was cruelly murdered and denied death rights that would allow a peaceful eternity. Unable to pass into Paradise, he has wandered in the underworld for 200 years fighting the monsters, snakes and unnameable menacing creatures. He is surprised when the goddess Ma’at offers him a deal. He will have 30 days in which to try to right a wrong. If he’s successful, he will spend eternity in Paradise. Neithamun, a young woman with a tentative grasp on the once great estate of Periseneb’s youth; he realizes the uncertain challenge he faces. Never one to shy from a fight Periseneb will do what he can to help Neithamun fight the people looking to sabotage and steal her land and make the once great estate, great again.
For the King by Evelyn Tidman is a story of the English Civil War and a people standing strong against Cromwell’s army to hold King’s Lynn for the King. It’s also the story of Roger L’Estrange and the choice of love or loyalty.
In Whatever Happened to Mourning Free? by Yael Politis, Charlene Conner has just graduated from the University of Michigan. Her mother has recently died and her father fled from Dearborn to Grand Rapids. The task of preparing the family home for sale falls to Charlene. Charlene has long felt a connection with her great-great-great aunt Olivia. When a lawyer shows up at her door with information about Olivia, will Charlene find out whatever happened to Mourning Free? Whatever Happened to Mourning Free? is the third novel in the Olivia series.
In The High King’s Embalmer by S. Copperstone, someone is trying to kill the royal family. Jibade, the royal family’s half man and half jackal embalmer is intent on trying to discover the culprit. When he finds himself hunted by the royal family themselves can he stay alive long enough to save the royals that remain?
In Anatomy of Desire by Ayana Prende, eight months into her marriage, Katherine Forrester has yet to submit to her husband. Her concerned mother-in-law and increasingly impatient husband send her to Dr. David Henshaw for help. Can she trust Dr. Henshaw and learn to do her duty to her husband or is institutionalization the answer?
In Romancing Mister Bridgerton by Julia Quinn, Colin Bridgerton has been traveling the Regency world and is not surprised when he returns to be the focus of the matchmaking mamas. He understands that he must start looking for a wife and is greatly surprised when his sister’s best friend, Penelope, is the woman catching his eye. Penelope has had a crush on Colin for years but is a realist. At 28, she is firmly on the shelf and destined to watch her beloved Colin raise babies with one of the glittering young women new to the marriage market. When it becomes clear to Penelope that Colin isn’t the carefree man he projects to the world, will his inner darkness scare her away? Romancing Mister Bridgerton is the fourth book in the Bridgerton series.
In Devil’s Bride by Stephanie Laurens, Honoria Weatherby is a governess in Regency England. When she finds herself compromised by the dangerously dark Devil Cynster, he shocks everyone by asking for her hand in marriage. Not even those who know Devil best think he’ll go through with the wedding. Honoria has no intention of tying herself down to a man. She’s looking for adventure. When a Cynster cousin is murdered she vows to find the killer and then head into the wide world for a taste of the unknown. Can she deny her growing attraction to Devil and would she trade attraction for what she always thought she wanted?Devil’s Bride is the first in a series of Cynster novels now reaching over twenty installments.
In The Duke’s Offer by Felicity Goforth, Charlotte Barton is a spinster caring for her father who has earned a fortune in pottery. When Charles Randall rides into the country to tell her that her father is ill, he doesn’t anticipate the interest of his cash-strapped brother, the Duke of Walmer. With growing affection toward Charlotte, will Charles expose his brother’s true motives? Can Charlotte turn down the offer of a Duke?
In Triumph and Treasure by Collette Cameron, Angelina Ellsworth discovers that the man she married hours before is married to someone else in France. To escape a scandal, she travels to England playing the part of a newly widowed young woman. She soon finds that she’s pregnant and scandal seems inevitable. Flynn, the Earl of Luxmoore, finds himself in untenable circumstances when his father commits suicide after losing the family fortune to Lord Waterford, fortunately for Flynn there’s a potential out. Lord Waterford is willing to restore all to Flynn and his family if only the young Lord will marry his niece. With an invalid sister, sick mother and aging grandmother to care for, does Flynn really have a choice?
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