In the Lion’s Mouth, by Jean Harrington

In the Lion’s Mouth, by Jean Harrington It has been less than a year since Johanna Hudson realized that her research Stalked by a lecherous tyrant, Owen and Grace flee their beloved Ireland. Determined to pursue freedom and happiness in the New World, they sail to Liverpool, England. But with no ship departures until spring,…

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The Barefoot Queen, by Jean Harrington

The Barefoot Queen, by Jean Harrington When Grace O’Malley’s beloved father is hanged for poaching a deer, she knows the time is ripe for defiance. The usurper of Ballybanree village, Lord Ross Rushmount, must learn that the villagers will not, cannot, continue to exist in hunger and want under his tyrannical thumb. But can a…

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The Mistress of Fashion, by Evelyn Richardson

The Mistress of Fashion, by Evelyn Richardson Juliette de Flournoy refuses to be imprisoned by her past — the French Revolution that robbed her family of their heritage, and the rape that left her homeless — comforting herself with her dreams of becoming London’s premier modiste, and by her friends, the enterprising ladies off Mrs.…

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The Necklace, by Carla Kelly

The Necklace, by Carla Kelly Hanneke Aardema is the daughter of an ambitious Dutch herring merchant. It is 1211, when Spain’s kingdoms are planning a final push to drive the weakening caliphate from the Iberian Peninsula. Warriors fired by the flames of Islam have ruled Spain for five hundred years. Because Hanneke’s dowry will finance…

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The Unlikely Heroes, by Carla Kelly

The Unlikely Heroes, by Carla Kelly The year is 1805. Napoleon is determined to invade England. Angus Ogilvie, spy catcher, has learned more of Napoleon’s plans. He relays them to Master Able Six, instructor at St. Brendan the Navigator School, where workhouse boys of promise are training in naval service to an England that considers…

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My Wayward Lady, by Evelyn Richardson

My Wayward Lady , by Evelyn Richardson Lovely Lady Harriet Farehem doesn’t mind risking a scandal that could ruin her and destroy her sister’s chances of making a brilliant marriage by being seen at London’s most select establishment of fashionable impures. Discovering a former servant among them, she promises to instruct the young women who…

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The Unlikely Master Genius, by Carla Kelly

The Unlikely Master Genius, by Carla Kelly Sailing Master Able Six, Royal Navy, is a man like no other. To call him a mere polymath is to sell him short. Someone with his extraordinary gifts should rise to the top, unless it is the 1800s, where pedigree and money govern Regency society, as sure as…

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The Frenchman and the English Rose, by Carolann Camillo

The Frenchman and the English Rose, by Carolann Camillo In 1759, Catherine Bradshaw travels from London to the colony of New York to join her future husband, Jeremy Flint, a man she barely knows but already fears. Immediately after the wedding ceremony, their coach is waylaid by Rive St. Clair, a French Army captain who…

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The Star in the Meadow, by Carla Kelly

The Star in the Meadow, by Carla Kelly Marco Mondragón and his wife Paloma are living hectic but happy lives at the Double Cross, on the edge of Comanchería. Five years after the death of Comanche leader Cuerno Verde, cautious diplomacy between the tribe and the colonists is underway to end Comanche raids into New…

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