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ROMANCE-HISTORICAL | FICTION
Daisy and the Dukeby Elizabeth Cole
Miss Margaret Merriot is known as Daisy to her friends. But she is totally unknown by the larger world. Penniless, orphaned, and shy, Daisy is a true wallflower, destined to live out her days in the shadows, working for her thankless stepfamily. Living in the English countryside, Daisy knows that nothing special will happen to her…until she meets a most unusual duke. Tristan Brooks never wanted to become the Duke of Lyon, but when has fate ever favored him? Scarred by war, uneasy in his new life, and now saddled with a massive estate that can’t pay for itself, Tristan needs a miracle to turn things around. One day, his path leads him directly to Daisy, and now he can’t get his shy but sweet neighbor out of his mind. Daisy is charmed by Tristan’s direct manner and his unpretentious ways, not to mention his brooding good looks. But he’s a duke, and must marry an heiress ...
Fagin's Boyby Jackie North
In 1846 London, respectable young men do not fall for street thieves. This is the love story of Oliver Twist and the Artful Dodger. Oliver Twist has one desire: to own a bookshop and live a simple, middle-class life, far away from his workhouse-shadowed past. One thing stands in his way: Jack Dawkins--The Artful Dodger--who's just returned to London and is looking for Fagin’s old gang. Jack's visits cause Oliver nothing but trouble, but he finds himself drawn, time and again, to their shared past, Jack's unguarded honesty, and those bright, green eyes. Oliver craves respectability, which he won’t find with a forbidden love. Can Jack convince Oliver that having one doesn't mean losing the other? A gay, m/m Victorian-era romance with grumpy/sunshine, hurt/comfort, opposites attract, emotional scars, and pure, sweet love. A little sweet, a little steamy, with a guaranteed HEA.
A Scot of Her Own (Once Upon a Scot Book 1)by Maeve Greyson
When mighty Thorburn MacDougall, commander of the Lord of Argyll’s warriors, overpowers the canniest Norwegian he’s ever battled, he rips off the man’s helm to savor the look of horror right before delivering the killing blow. But the canny Norwegian isn’t a man at all. She’s a blue-eyed beauty with fire in her eyes and fury in her soul. Adellis Bjørnsdóttir weighed the risks and found them worth it. Freedom. At any cost. The only other escape is death, and she’s not ready to give up yet. But the Gallóglaigh warrior, the fearsome Scottish bear she allows to capture her, isn’t the cruel tyrant she thought to endure long enough to secure safe passage to Scotland. He’s protective. Considerate. Stubborn as an ox. And entirely too tempting. Honor. Chivalry. Outwitting traitors, murderers, and old enemies? All easy enough. But trusting? Finding the courage to love? Therein lies the challenge.
Earl of Scarboroughby Collette Cameron
When a woman desperate for a job saves the life of an earl … both of their plans for the future are thwarted.
My Darling Dukeby Stacy Reid
It’s the perfect plan: pretend to be engaged to a reclusive duke and save her family from ruin. But then the duke himself shows up, demanding retribution…
Bermuda Blueby Jonathan Cullen
Summer, 1946. Jerry Canavan is sent to cover the Newport yacht race. He stays at the luxurious home of Cam McShane, and runs into his childhood friend Paul Crump. For them, Bermuda is paradise. Until Jerry learns a the truth of his new love's family; Cam's drunken plans takes a dark turn; and Paul's fling with a local black girl sparks scandal.
Montana Grit (Bear Grass Springs, Book Two)by Ramona Flightner
An interrupted wedding. A deceitful bride. A devastated groom. Will they forgive each other and allow their love to rekindle? After fleeing her past and settling in Bear Grass Springs as the schoolteacher, Leticia Browne has no intention of falling in love with the charming liveryman, Alistair MacKinnon. The pioneer town was to be her refuge. Survival and peace were her goals, not love. She never thought to marry. Never again. Alistair MacKinnon is a patient man, slow to anger and quick to forgive. He’s waited three years to marry Leticia and his wedding day is upon him. When the door to the church bursts open, interrupting his wedding, he realizes nothing is as it appears. Now, he must face his worst fears , the town’s ridicule, and his hardest challenge yet. Will Alistair allow the interloper to destroy his dreams or will he fight for Leticia and their love?