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4.9/5

The Social Tutor by Sally Britton

A Sweet and Swoony Regency Romance After years of escaping etiquette lessons in favor of the stables, Christine Devon’s grand debut in London is only weeks away, though her deportment lacks the sophisticated polish she needs to achieve her goals of a lofty marriage. Desperate to take her place in society, she needs someone to instruct her in proper behavior. Thomas Gilbert A Sweet and Swoony Regency Romance After years of escaping etiquette lessons in favor of the stables, Christine Devon’s grand debut in London is only weeks away, though her deportment lacks the sophisticated polish she needs to achieve her goals of a lofty marriage. Desperate to take her place in society, she needs someone to instruct her in proper behavior. Thomas Gilbert, newly returned from Italy, is ready to begin his dream of founding a horse farm. But during his time away, the estate’s finances have dwindled to almost nothing. Unless he can find a way to save his family from ruin, he will be forced to sell his horses and give up his dreams entirely. A chance meeting between them may solve both their problems. Christine gains a tutor in the finer arts of polite behavior, while Thomas is given access to the finest bloodlines in England. But as time passes, the arrangement is less about business, and more about love. Will they see it in time, or will Christine leave Thomas behind for the splendor of London’s ballrooms?

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5/5

The Judas Postcard by Suzanne Allain

“Judas, I did not die.” When Sarah Kendrick reads those words on the back of a postcard she chances upon, she’s immediately intrigued. What begins as idle curiosity spirals out of control when Sarah uncovers a twenty-five year old crime of corruption and betrayal. Her efforts to untangle the mystery make her the target of a powerful enemy who will do anything to keep the p “Judas, I did not die.” When Sarah Kendrick reads those words on the back of a postcard she chances upon, she’s immediately intrigued. What begins as idle curiosity spirals out of control when Sarah uncovers a twenty-five year old crime of corruption and betrayal. Her efforts to untangle the mystery make her the target of a powerful enemy who will do anything to keep the past from being revealed. Sarah’s initial quest for independence quickly becomes a fight for her life, and she’s forced to accept help from her own particular Judas: the ex-husband who betrayed her. A modern-day romantic suspense novel.

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4.8/5

The Kiss of a Stranger by Sarah M. Eden

When Crispin, Lord Cavratt, thoroughly and scandalously kisses a serving woman in the garden of a country inn, he assumes the encounter will be of no consequence. But he couldn't be more mistaken--the maid is not only a lady of birth, she's the niece of a very large, exceptionally angry gentlemen, who claims Crispin has compromised his niece beyond redemption. The dismayed When Crispin, Lord Cavratt, thoroughly and scandalously kisses a serving woman in the garden of a country inn, he assumes the encounter will be of no consequence. But he couldn't be more mistaken--the maid is not only a lady of birth, she's the niece of a very large, exceptionally angry gentlemen, who claims Crispin has compromised his niece beyond redemption. The dismayed young lord has no choice but to marry Miss Catherine Thorndale, who lacks both money and refinement and assumes all men are as vicious as her guardian uncle. Trapped between an unwanted marriage and a hasty annulment, which would leave his reputation tainted and Catherine's utterly ruined, Crispin begins guiding his wife's transformation from a socially petrified country girl to a lady of society. Their unfolding relationship reveals encouraging surprises for both of them, and privately each of them wonders if theirs may become a true marriage of the heart. But their hopes are dashed when forces conspire to split asunder what fate has granted. As a battle of wits escalates into a life-threatening confrontation, will it be possible for Crispin and Catherine to live happily ever after?

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3.5/5

Miss Million's Maid: A Romance of Love and Fortune by Berta Ruck

The novel begins: My story begins with an incident that is bound to happen some time in any household that boasts-or perhaps deplores-a high-spirited girl of twenty-three in it. It begins with a row about a young man. My story begins, too, where the first woman's story began-in a garden. It was the back garden of our red-roofed villa in that suburban street, Laburnum Grove The novel begins: My story begins with an incident that is bound to happen some time in any household that boasts-or perhaps deplores-a high-spirited girl of twenty-three in it. It begins with a row about a young man. My story begins, too, where the first woman's story began-in a garden. It was the back garden of our red-roofed villa in that suburban street, Laburnum Grove, Putney, S.W.

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3.5/5

His Official Fiancee by Berta Ruck

Monica Trant and her colleagues don’t even consider their employer, William Waters, a man. He’s just “Still Waters,” the abominably accurate “machine” who barks out orders and gives them dictation. So when he calls Monica into his office with a bizarre “job” offer, to pretend to be his fiancée for the next year, it’s little wonder that she is taken completely by surprise. Monica Trant and her colleagues don’t even consider their employer, William Waters, a man. He’s just “Still Waters,” the abominably accurate “machine” who barks out orders and gives them dictation. So when he calls Monica into his office with a bizarre “job” offer, to pretend to be his fiancée for the next year, it’s little wonder that she is taken completely by surprise. But when circumstances force Monica to accept this position as Mr. Water’s nominal fiancée she finally finds her backbone. She may be a poor clerk who’s come down in the world, but her new position has perquisites Mr. Waters never could have foreseen: the opportunity for Monica to have the upper hand and needle him every chance she gets, all under her guise as… His Official Fiancée. Praise for Berta Ruck: "One can always depend on finding an interesting plot, strongly tinged with originality, in any novel by this author." – The New York Times, April 23, 1922

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3.3/5

Mr. Malcolm's List by Suzanne Allain

The Honorable Mr. Malcolm has a secret. This elusive matrimonial prize, long the target of desperate debutantes and their matchmaking mothers, is well known for his fastidiousness. What is not well known is that he has a list of qualifications for his future bride. Can any woman hope to win the heart of such a hardened critic? Selina Dalton can only try her best. And when The Honorable Mr. Malcolm has a secret. This elusive matrimonial prize, long the target of desperate debutantes and their matchmaking mothers, is well known for his fastidiousness. What is not well known is that he has a list of qualifications for his future bride. Can any woman hope to win the heart of such a hardened critic? Selina Dalton can only try her best. And when she begins to succeed, Jeremy Malcolm is not sure whether he has discovered the perfect woman... Or the perfect hoax.

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4.1/5

An Abundant Woman by Elizabeth Neff Walker

In London Dr. Amanda Potters marriage is unraveling, her career being sabotaged. In America her boss is biased against large women, and Dr. Hunter, whos not, insists she take a hard look at her perceptions of weight, sex, and fidelity.

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3.5/5

Incognito by Suzanne Allain

INCOGNITO is a historical romantic comedy set in Regency England that should appeal to fans of Jane Austen, Georgette Heyer, or Oscar Wilde. From the back cover: Can a young lady allow her beloved sister to be sacrificed on the marriage altar? Emily Smithfield cannot. So when her mother announces that a marriage has been arranged between Emily’s older sister Lydia and Lord INCOGNITO is a historical romantic comedy set in Regency England that should appeal to fans of Jane Austen, Georgette Heyer, or Oscar Wilde. From the back cover: Can a young lady allow her beloved sister to be sacrificed on the marriage altar? Emily Smithfield cannot. So when her mother announces that a marriage has been arranged between Emily’s older sister Lydia and Lord Wesleigh, a man the sisters have never met, Emily offers to marry the gentleman in her sister’s stead. Emily’s act of selflessness leaves Lydia free to marry the man she loves and Emily the bride of a handsome young marquess. Not a bad bargain at all! Lord Wesleigh, who knows nothing of Emily’s matchmaking scheme, arrives in the small village where the Smithfields reside disguised as a curate, in an attempt to observe his betrothed anonymously. When Lord Wesleigh finds himself more attracted to Emily than her sister, the rules of the game change. Can he make Emily fall in love with him when she believes him to be a penniless curate? (Originally published by Warner Books/Hachette in 2001.)

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4.2/5

Gwendolen by Clare Darcy

LOVE IN HASTE Lovely Gwendolen Quarters was thought to be a most level-headed Miss--until she met Captain Henry Belville of the Royal Navy. In the space of a few hours, Gwendolen lost her heart --and soon after promised her hand to this stranger. Now Captain Belville was coming home from war to claim Gwendolen as his bride. But already stories about him had reached Gwendolen LOVE IN HASTE Lovely Gwendolen Quarters was thought to be a most level-headed Miss--until she met Captain Henry Belville of the Royal Navy. In the space of a few hours, Gwendolen lost her heart --and soon after promised her hand to this stranger. Now Captain Belville was coming home from war to claim Gwendolen as his bride. But already stories about him had reached Gwendolen's ears. Was he really the man of her dreams? Or was he the crude and brutal oaf at whom men sneered and women laughed? Gwendolen had wagered her whole life's happiness on a lightning bolt of passion--and now she had to face a fearful storm of doubt. And then, of course, there was the incredibly wealthy, maddeningly attractive Lord Lyndale to be considered....

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3.8/5

The Ice King by Dinah Dean

She'd resigned herself to her dismal fate. Tanya had no money, and now with the death of her uncle, no home. The solution was a virtual prison sentence: she must take a job as companion to a reclusive and ailing old woman in a remote Russian Village. But fate granted her a reprieve. Kindly relatives offered her a season in St. Petersburg, and Tanya was thrilled and gratefu She'd resigned herself to her dismal fate. Tanya had no money, and now with the death of her uncle, no home. The solution was a virtual prison sentence: she must take a job as companion to a reclusive and ailing old woman in a remote Russian Village. But fate granted her a reprieve. Kindly relatives offered her a season in St. Petersburg, and Tanya was thrilled and grateful. St. Petersburg was the city of her dreams. She was determined to pack a lifetime into that one all-too-short visit. And the disturbing Prince Nikolai was there to see that she did! He was acting like a jealous man. But the moment the thought entered her head, Tanya dismissed it as utterly impossible. A person had to have feelings in order to be jealous, and Prince Nikolai hadn't earned the name Ice King for nothing. He seemed devoid of all emotion,­ particularly love. What had happened to him, wondered Tanya, to turn his heart so cold that no woman had been able to thaw it? The answer to the question was shocking, and it turned Tanya's feelings into a confused mixture of pity...and love.

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3/5

An Unwilling Bride by Jo Beverley

The Duchess of Belcraven committed a folly, and bore her husband another man's child. Only a third son, however, so all was patched over. Then the two older boys drowned, leaving disaster. Now, over twenty years later, the duke discovers that he has a daughter, a child of his blood, and he compels the two to marry -- the arrogant ducal heir, devastated to learn for the fir The Duchess of Belcraven committed a folly, and bore her husband another man's child. Only a third son, however, so all was patched over. Then the two older boys drowned, leaving disaster. Now, over twenty years later, the duke discovers that he has a daughter, a child of his blood, and he compels the two to marry -- the arrogant ducal heir, devastated to learn for the first time that he is illegitimate; and the independent schoolteacher raised in the principles of the Rights of Women. Is there any common ground at all?

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3.4/5

The Lady Next Door by Elizabeth Neff Walker , Laura Matthews

The Unblushing Beauty Miss Marianne Findlay's hair was red, but this spirited young lady refused to let her cheeks flush pink with shame when scandal painted her reputation scarlet. Instead she would make her own way in the wicked world, rather than humble herself in a marriage mart that marked her down as damaged goods. Therefore when the magnificent Earl of Latteridge too The Unblushing Beauty Miss Marianne Findlay's hair was red, but this spirited young lady refused to let her cheeks flush pink with shame when scandal painted her reputation scarlet. Instead she would make her own way in the wicked world, rather than humble herself in a marriage mart that marked her down as damaged goods. Therefore when the magnificent Earl of Latteridge took up residence in the mansion next to her modest dwelling, Marianne did her best to turn her back on this lord who easily turned so man woman's heads. But when the high and mighty Latteridge seemed eager to conquer her attention, Marianne showed perilous signs of succumbing to love...

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3.9/5

An Arranged Marriage by Jo Beverley

In the tradition of Amanda Quick, New York Times bestselling author Jo Beverley has won the hearts of readers everywhere with her historical romances set in the Georgian and Regency periods. "An Arranged Marriage" is the first of Beverley's beloved tales that began her popular "Company of Rogues" series. Eleanor Chivenham didn't put much past her vile brother, but even she In the tradition of Amanda Quick, New York Times bestselling author Jo Beverley has won the hearts of readers everywhere with her historical romances set in the Georgian and Regency periods. "An Arranged Marriage" is the first of Beverley's beloved tales that began her popular "Company of Rogues" series. Eleanor Chivenham didn't put much past her vile brother, but even she had not anticipated his greedy scheme to dupe a rich earl into mistaking her for a lightskirt! With her reputation in shreds and her future ruined, a defeated Eleanor was forced to agree to a hasty wedding. But marriage to the mysterious Nicholas Delaney was more than she'd bargained for. He doubtless thought the worst of her, but when society gossip soon told her all about his beautiful French mistress, Eleanor tried to act with the cool dignity required in a marriage of convenience. But how long could she hold out against his undeniable charm -- or the secret desires of her heart? For the sake of family honor, Nicolas Delaney agreed to wed a wronged lady. In truth, such chivalry ran counter to his carefully wrought image of a carousing, dissolute rogue -- the guise so vital to his secret political mission. He hoped to keep his new wife in the background until a spy was trapped, but Eleanor's beauty and fighting wit were impossible to ignore. In fact, she presented quite a challenge to his prowess with women -- and a test of his formidable will!

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3.5/5

Eugenia by Clare Darcy

Miss Eugenia Liddiard was utterly charmed with her solution to the marriage muddle. Since she must find a husband in her first season (to wait longer would be to disoblige her guardians), she made the practical choice of Tom, her childhood country playmate and her best friend's brother. She and Tom would suit famously and live amicably ever after... But on her way to propo Miss Eugenia Liddiard was utterly charmed with her solution to the marriage muddle. Since she must find a husband in her first season (to wait longer would be to disoblige her guardians), she made the practical choice of Tom, her childhood country playmate and her best friend's brother. She and Tom would suit famously and live amicably ever after... But on her way to proposing to the unsuspecting intended, Eugenia was waylaid by the predicament of one Richard Liddiard, a newly discovered and darkly handsome cousin. Richard was earnestly sought by the Bow Street Runners for murder--a case of mistaken identity the enterprising Eugenia could not resist trying to put right. Soon she was one step ahead of the law--and one perilous step behind the real culprit. Bt the true danger lay in the bold, smoldering gazes the captivating Richard!

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