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Major Tom Bartlett is shocked to discover the angel who nursed his battle wounds is darling of the ton Lady Sarah Latymor. One taste of her threatens both her impeccable reputation and his career!
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Huh. Jane Austen is fed up with irrelevant criticism of her work.
You’ve probably heard someone say this – Jane Austen isn’t a great writer because she somehow managed to ignore the great events of her day like Waterloo and only wrote about domestic matters – little local problems, first-world problems, women’s stuff. 608 more words
I was quite amazed at the historical accuracy of this book and the imagination of the author of how she took history and embellished it. 687 more words
Oh Ick! This book was just such a cookie cutter Highlander romance that I couldn’t keep interested in it. The title is even too clichéd. … 330 more words
Kadee: Creative author Emma Lane is here to share her latest culinary creation that can be served hot or cold and while you’re enjoying a bowl, check out her new Regency release, … 949 more words
A Message from Delilah…
Having recently acquired the rights back to these playful, naughty books, I decided to do far more than slap a new cover on them. 322 more words