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The Duke’s Daughter by Charlotte Fitzwilliam
The Duke of Wilmington receives a letter from his boyhood friend, informing him that he has the answer to what ails him. His friend has found a baron who apparently helps people find matches who have a hard time being matched. The duke is interested in these services for his daughter.
But when the duke arrives for the services, he meets more than he bargained for in the form of the baron’s daughter, Miss Sundry. Later, the duke finds out a secret which may spoil all of his hopes and dreams of a good future.
If you love Regency inspirational romance stories that are clean and wholesome and often include dukes, earls, barons, marquesses, lords and ladies, you will enjoy The Duke’s Daughter.
Recompense Boxed Set by Michelle Isenhoff
Book one of the Recompense series and a bonus prequel
RECOMPENSE (book one)
Born into Capernica’s lowest social tier, Jack gambles on the one chance available to advance—testing into Military caste. But if she fails and Will succeeds, she won’t see him again for twenty years. Meanwhile, a string of disappearances threatens to drag the country back into the panic and terror of the Provocation, a chapter of history Capernica could never survive twice.
No bodies, no evidence, no motives. While the Republic reels beneath the weight of so many unexplained disappearances, I can’t reconcile with the guilt of just one.
Sample Surviving Amber Springs by Siobhan Davis
Let him who is without sin cast the first stone…
I’m the second-most hated person in Amber Springs.
First place honors go to my twin, Ethan; however, hate isn’t a strong enough word to convey how people feel about him.
Not that I blame anyone—some days, I hate him too. Mostly, I’m just lost and afraid, drowning in a sea of betrayal and guilt, wondering how this happened right under my nose.
There’s no choice but to leave. To move clear across the country in a last-ditch attempt to start over.
Transferring to a new school midway through senior year is hellish for most people. For me, it’s a welcome relief—until someone discovers our secret and now everyone knows.
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