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  • A Lady Most Lovely

    By Jennifer Delamere
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    Jennifer Delamere
    Tom Poole has amassed a fortune in the gold fields of Australia, but his humble beginnings and dark past make him an unlikely candidate for the woman who needs his help-and his love-the most.Haughty beauty Margaret Vaughn is famous for her opulent inheritance. But she is living a lie. Soon she will be forced to disclose that her estate is saddled with debts she can never repay. She schemes to marry a rich man, only to discover on the eve of their marriage that he is also a sham who was about to marry Margaret for her wealth. In desperation, Margaret agrees to marry Tom Poole, even though she despises his low background. Tom has managed to win her hand, but can he find a way to win her love?
  • The Laird's Choice

    By Amanda Scott
    Authors:
    Amanda Scott
    When Lady Andrena MacFarlan helps escaped Highland-galley slave Magnus "Mag" Galbraith elude men hunting him, she inadvertently sets in motion her father, Andrew's, long-laid plan for reclaiming the chiefdom stolen from him nearly two decades ago by his traitorous cousin, Parlan Pharlain.As Andrena and Mag set out to prove Pharlain's conspiracy, the two battle Pharlain's men - and their own unexpected passion. Even more unexpected is the discovery that Andrena is able to foresee their enemy's moves. Does she have mystical powers, or are she and her father keeping secrets? Though their desire for one another continues to grow, Mag and Andrena remain unsure of whom they can trust but with their lives on the line, they are forced to finally give their trust - and their hearts - to someone other than themselves.
  • Lord Roworth's Reward

    By Carola Dunn
    Authors:
    Carola Dunn
    Love can entrap the most guarded of hearts!The distinguished Viscount Roworth can only hope his clandestine activities on behalf of the British Army will restore his family fortune and gain him entry into Brussels' high society. But the only fly in the ointment is the young woman with whom necessity has forced the penurious peer to share lodgings. The lovely, fiercely independent Miss Fanny Ingram seems to care not a whit for matters of rank and social standing. And although good sense tells Roworth he must resist her uncommon charms, nothing can protect his heart against the slings and arrows of Cupid's unerring aim!
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