Displaying items by tag: historical
“Thief of Shadows” by Elizabeth Hoyt (historical, Grand Central, July 2012, $7.99, 370pp)
Series: Book 4 of Maiden Lane Series
A MASKED MAN . . .
“Ravishing the Heiress” by Sherry Thomas (historical, Berkley, July 2012, $7.99, 304pp)
Series: The Fitzhugh Trilogy
- “Beguiling the Beauty” – Venetia & Duke of Lexington
- “Ravishing the Heiress” – Millicent & Fitz
- “Tempting the Bride” – Helena & David
“Hot Under the Collar” by Jackie Barbosa (historical, Circe, June 2012, $2.99, 140pp)
Series: Book 2 in Lords of Lancashire
Despite the old saw about third sons being destined for the church, no one ever expected the rakish, irresponsible Walter Langston to take up the collar, least of all himself. After an accident renders him unfit for military service, however, he has few other options. When he’s given the post of vicar at a parish church in a sleepy, coastal village, he’s convinced he’ll molder in obscurity. Instead, his arrival brings a sudden resurgence in church attendance…or at least, the attendance of female parishioners. As word of the eligible young vicar spreads, every well-heeled family for miles with a marriageable daughter fills his pews, aiming to catch his eye. Unfortunately for these hopeful members of his flock, Walter’s eye has already been caught—by the one woman who doesn’t come to church on Sundays.
“Scandal Wears Satin” by Loretta Chase (historical, Avon, July 2012, $7.99, 384pp)
Series: The Dressmakers #2
The Earl of Longmore's sister Lady Clara has gotten herself into trouble and must marry a man neither she or her family like. But with the help of her dressmaker, Sophy Noirot, things just maybe all will turn out right.
“Call of the Sea” by Rebecca Hart (historical, paranormal, Inkspell, June 2012, $13.99tp/$4.99e)
Elysandra Winters has always yearned for a life of adventure on the rolling seas and is willing to do whatever it takes to fulfill her dream. When her Privateer father continually refuses to allow his only daughter to sail, Ellie defies him, disguises herself as a boy, and goes in search of a captain who will give her a chance to prove her worth.
Thanks to the cursed selkie blood coursing through his veins, Daniel O'Rourke needs the sea to survive. After giving up on his humanity and spending three years in seal form, he decides to give his human side another chance. Daniel goes in search of a job and a sense of normalcy, earning himself a position aboard Captain Winter’s ship, The Siren's Call. However, his new captain’s first assignment has nothing at all to do with sailing, and everything to do with his headstrong young daughter.
“The Most Improper Miss Sophie Valentine” by Jayne Fresina (historical, Sourcebooks, June 2012, $6.99, 384pp)
A SCANDALOUS LADY
Sophie Valentine knew placing an ad for a husband in the Farmers Gazette would bring her trouble-and she was right. When the darkly handsome, arrogantly charming Lazarus Kane shows up on her doorstep, the nosy residents of Sydney Dovedale are thrown into a gossiping tizzy. After all, it's common knowledge that Sophie is a young lady In Need of Firmer Direction. But even Sophie isn't so scandalous as to marry a complete stranger. .. is she?
SEEKS HANDSOME STRANGER
“Never Wager Against Love” by Maureen Driscoll (historical, selp-published, March 2012, $3.99, 280pp)
Series: The Kellingtons
- “Never a Mistress, No Longer a Maid” – Edward Kellington (Ned) and Jane Wetherby
- “Never Miss a Chance” – Lady Elizabeth Kellington & Marcus Redmond, Marquess of Riverton
- “Never Wager Against Love” – Vanessa Gans & Arthur Kellington
“A Night Like This” by Julia Quinn (historical, Avon, June 2012, $7.99, 384pp)
Series: The Smythe-Smith Quartet
- “Just Like Heaven” – Honoria Smythe-Smith & Marcus Holyroyd
- “A Night Like This” – Anne Wynter & Daniel Smythe-Smith
“The Taming of the Scottish Princess” by Karen Hawkins (historical, Pocket, May 2012, $7.99, 400pp)
Series: The Hurst Amulet
- “One Night in Scotland” – Mary Hurst & the Earl of Erroll
- “Scandal in Scotland” – Marcail Beauchamp & William Hurst
- “A Most Dangerous Profession” – Robert Hurst & Moira MacAllister
- “The Taming of a Scottish Princess” – Michael Hurst & Jane Smyth-Haughton
“The Runaway Countess” by Leigh LaValle (historical, Samhain, March 2012, $6.50, 299pp)
Her heart longs for justice, but her body clamors for sin.
Once the darling of high society, Mazie Chetwyn knows firsthand how quickly the rich and powerful turn their backs on the less fortunate. Orphaned, penniless and determined to defy their ruthless whims, she joins forces with a local highwayman who steals from the rich to give to the poor.
Then the pawn broker snitches, and Mazie is captured by the Lord Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire. A man who is far too handsome, far too observant…and surely as corrupt as his father once was.
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