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Review: Summer with the Millionaire – Jessica Gilmore

A sassy, sparkling and stirring contemporary romance readers will devour in a single sitting, Summer with The Millionaire is the second sensational Harlequin Romance novel from Jessica Gilmore. Lady Araminta Davenport is used to being underestimated. Painted by the press and the paparazzi as an empty-headed socialite with a penchant for wild parties, broken engagements […]

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Blog: Georgie Lee on Rescued from Ruin

We loved Georgie Lee’s second Harlequin Historical, Rescued from Ruin, so we spoke to Georgie and asked her to tell us a little bit about the history behind her fabulous historical romance! When I tell people I write historical romance, they often remark that I must do a lot of research. They are right. However, […]

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Review: Rescued from Ruin – Georgie Lee

A stirring and mesmerising tale of powerful secrets, old passions and dangerous deceptions, Rescued From Ruin is the second enthralling Harlequin Historical romance from fast rising star Georgie Lee! Cecelia Thompson’s return to England – after years spent in Virginia as the wife of a plantation owner- has set tongues wagging in polite society! With […]

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Review: Never Trust a Rebel – Sarah Mallory

An exceptional Georgian romance that exquisitely balances danger, deception and desire, Never Trust a Rebel is the mesmerizing new novel from award-winning author Sarah Mallory! After he had been branded a traitor, Drew Castlemain had no other choice but to flee England and leave everything that was familiar to him behind. Ten long years might […]

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Review: Never Forget Me – Marguerite Kaye

Marguerite Kaye has long established herself as a writer of great scope and talent, but she has truly outdone herself with her latest release, Never Forget Me, a collection of three novellas set during the Great War. Never Forget Me opens in 1914 with A Kiss Goodbye, an enthralling tale of hope, healing, second chances […]

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