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Review: A Rose for Major Flint – Louise Allen

  Major Adam Flint’s prowess on the battlefield is legendary. An exceptional soldier who would put his neck on the line to defeat the enemy and annihilate his rivals, Adam is a man of honour who will do his utmost to fight for what he believes in. When he stumbles upon a defenseless young woman […]

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An Interview with Harlequin Historical author Elisabeth Hobbes

CataRomance is delighted to be chatting to fast-rising historical romance author Elisabeth for a chat about her books, writing and Medieval England. Thank you so much for joining us here at CataRomance, Elisabeth! It’s lovely to have you here! Your second Harlequin Historical novel, A Wager for the Widow, was released in July. Could you […]

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Review: A Wager for the Widow – Elisabeth Hobbes

The widowed Lady Peyton cherishes her life of independence where she is the mistress of her own destiny and nobody’s subordinate – unlike many other women of her time. Eleanor’s life on her secluded island might get lonely at times, but she wouldn’t have it any other way. She loves pleasing herself and not having […]

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Review: A Mistress for Major Bartlett – Annie Burrows

Lady Sarah Latymor has spent most of her life feeling unloved and unappreciated by her family and her friends – except for her beloved twin brother, Gideon. As the only person in the world who cares about her and who makes life bearable, Gideon is a beacon of light in an increasingly dark and lonely […]

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Review: A Lady for Lord Randall – Sarah Mallory

Mary Endacott is no ordinary Regency miss. Having been raised by her liberal parents to shun convention, cherish her independence and be the mistress of her own destiny, Mary – unlike her peers – is not looking to make a match. With her Academy for Young Ladies in Brussels to keep her busy, Mary has […]

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