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“The Holly And The Ivy” Blog Tour

Book description: Spend the holidays with four of your favorite historical romance authors, whose stories of Yuletide romance will brighten the season with humor, hope, and the promise of true love. The Holly and the Ivy by Sarah M. Eden As nursemaid to the eight-year-old Duke of Kielder, Robbie will spend her holidays with her… Continue reading “The Holly And The Ivy” Blog Tour

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“Healing Hazel” Blog Tour

Book Description: Hazel Thornton has one great ambition: to help the sick and wounded as a nurse. But that dream can never become a reality. After a devastating childhood trauma, she has spent her life battling fits of panic that make it impossible to finish her studies. Everything changes, however, when a trip to Spain… Continue reading “Healing Hazel” Blog Tour

“Miss Newbury’s List”

Book description: England, 1820 Rosalind Newbury is counting down the days until her wedding to the Duke of Marlow, a man she has only met twice. The marriage is more an agreement between two families and less a romantic connection between two hearts, but Rosalind becoming a duchess will elevate her family’s status to dizzying… Continue reading “Miss Newbury’s List”

“The Dreaming Beauty” Blog Tour

Once upon a dream, two cursed people fell in love . . . Tansy White doesn’t want to end up alone like her three aunts who raised her, but when she is betrayed by her would-be betrothed, she fears she might never change her fate. At her aunts’ suggestion, she seizes the chance to visit… Continue reading “The Dreaming Beauty” Blog Tour

“To Kiss A Wallflower” Book Tour

Book description: To Kiss a Wallflower is the nineteenth book in the Timeless Regency Collection, a bestselling anthology series from Mirror Press. The book features three novellas from acclaimed historical romance authors whose stories reveal that eventually, all wallflowers will have their chance at love . . . This is where it begins. “The Wallflower’s… Continue reading “To Kiss A Wallflower” Book Tour

“Edward And Amelia”

Book description: The last thing Amelia Kennington wants is to participate in the London Season. But the daughter of a duke is not afforded such opinions. She must put forth a subdued facade, but beneath it is a well-hidden fire that surfaces only when provoked—such as when an overly familiar gentleman startles her and she… Continue reading “Edward And Amelia”

“Games In A Ballroom”

Book description: She was forbidden to love him. He only wanted her heart. Can a childhood game bring them together? London, 1815 Olivia Wilde has resigned herself to never finding a love match. Her father has insisted she marry a man with a title, but the men her father deems acceptable are either boring or… Continue reading “Games In A Ballroom”

“The Murder Of Mr.Wickham” Book Tour

Book Description: A summer house party turns into a thrilling whodunit when Jane Austen’s Mr.Wickham—one of literature’s most notorious villains—meets a sudden and suspicious end in this brilliantly imagined mystery featuring Austen’s leading literary characters. The happily married Mr. Knightley and Emma are throwing a party at their country estate, bringing together distant relatives and… Continue reading “The Murder Of Mr.Wickham” Book Tour

“Bargaining For The Barrister” Blog Tour

Book description: Louisa Cox is tired of fortune hunters pursuing her dowry. So when Lady Kellen offers to help her find an eligible suitor, Louisa eagerly accepts and makes a list of what she wants in a husband. The man selected is barrister Paul Sheldon. He may be a complete stranger, but he has one… Continue reading “Bargaining For The Barrister” Blog Tour

“Miss Lattimore’s Letter”

Book description: The woman who never made a match of her own is making matches for everyone else in this hilarious comedy of manners from the author of Mr. Malcolm’s List. Sophronia Lattimore had her romantic dreams destroyed years ago and is resigned to her role as chaperone for her cousin. Still, she cannot sit… Continue reading “Miss Lattimore’s Letter”