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    Sanditon

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    Sanditon

    An English coastal town is the setting for this unfinished novel, the inspiration for the ITV series, by the author of Pride and Prejudice. Believed to be influenced by a town visited by Jane Austen herself, Sanditon is the story of Mr. Parker, an ambitious man intent on building a seaside resort town that will attract fashionable society; of Charlotte Heywood, a beautiful young woman who finds herself invited to Sanditon through an accident of fate; Mr. Parker’s extended family, including the handsome Sidney Parker and his three comical siblings; and the wealthy Lady Denham, who aims to marry off her impoverished nephew to an heiress from the West Indies. The final unfinished novel by Austen, Sanditon has inspired numerous adaptations and continuations, including the recent television series by prize-winning screenwriter Andrew Davies.
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    Home to McCarron’s Corner: Lily’s Story (McCarron’s Corner Book 2)

    “…weaves vivid descriptions of the Revolutionary War era.” –IndieReader Lily Van Der Houghton, a newly licensed physician, is lost and unsettled on which way her life is leading her when she goes hiking to the Jacks River Falls. Lily stumbles through a hole in time and finds herself in 1763. She is not on the trail to the falls anymore but is in Indian Territory in the aftermath of the French and Indian War. To her surprise, Lily learns she has a key role in an ancient Cherokee prophecy. The tribal elders prayed for the right woman to come from Beyond to be Red Moon Woman and the right woman for Marcus McCarron. Lily Van Der Houghton, fresh from the new millennium, is the right woman for the job.
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    Daring the Highlander: A Steamy Scottish Historical Romance Novel (Highlanders of Darkness Book 1)

    He wanted to make her his; for now and infinity to come… Bernadine Nibley grows up in a household nurturing an insurmountable hatred for Scots. When her father insults a Highland Laird while attending the ball of the year, her reality shifts abruptly in the most unexpected way. Donnan Young, powerful Laird of his clan, leads the brutish life of a Highland warrior. Short-tempered as a bull, he loses his mind when an obnoxious Englishman attacks him, speaking badly of his kin. Deciding to avenge him, he kidnaps his daughter from under his nose. But while the lass ultimately wins his heart, he fights to win hers… Until the day mysterious occurrences start happening in Vernuit Castle. With an unseen con man lurking in the shadows, the couple has only a few hours to outrun the evil that has been unleashed upon them… *Daring the Highlander is a steamy Scottish historical romance novel of 80,000 words (around 400 pages). No cheating, no cliffhangers, lots of steam and a happy ending. Get this book for free with Kindle Unlimited!
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    Highlander Lost In The Shadows: A Steamy Scottish Medieval Historical Romance (Highland Tales of Shadows Book 3)

    Can you make a man that lost his soul love you? Sorcha McPherson is the youngest of three sisters, and with them married and ruling the McPhersons, she suffocates under the pressure of the clan that is urging her to betroth. But Sorcha believes that finding love is just a childish dream and only wishes to marry a husband that will include her in decisions and treat her well. The rarest kind of man in the Highlands… When the Uncle of Laird Liam McCullam visits them, he speaks of a man who leads the McCullam with a sense of duty and only wants to marry because he is obliged to do so. Sorcha can’t help herself thinking that she might have found the ideal husband. However, meeting Liam does not go as expected. He is definitely the most attractive man she has ever seen, but he seems troubled by a dark past he does not speak of. Sorcha feels the need to make this fierce and intimidating warrior open up to her, and the closer they get, the more she realizes how tormented his soul is. For Liam meeting Sorcha will change everything he thought he knew as he was sure that healing his wounds was impossible. And it won’t be long before he realizes that he has only two choices. He will either slay his demons or lose everything. “Highlander Lost in the Shadows” is a standalone steamy story by best-selling author Ann Marie Scott, packed with mystery, passion, and romance, set on the beautiful backdrop of the Scottish Highlands. Get your copy TODAY for FREE With Kindle Unlimited! Enjoy!
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    Mrs. Odboddy, Hometown Patriot: A WWII tale of chicks and chicanery, suspicion and spies. (Mrs. Odboddy Mysteries Book 1)

    Since the onset of WWII, Agnes Agatha Odboddy, hometown patriot and self-appointed scourge of the underworld, suspects conspiracies around every corner…stolen ration books, German spies running amuck, and a possible Japanese invasion off the California coast. This seventy-year-old, model citizen would set the world aright if she could get Chief Waddlemucker to pay attention to the town’s nefarious deeds on any given Meatless Monday. Mrs. Odboddy vows to bring the villians, both foreign and domestic, to justice, all while keeping chickens in her bathroom, working at the Ration Stamp Office, and knitting argyles for the boys on the front lines. Imagine the chaos when Agnes’s long-lost WWI lover returns, hoping to find a million dollars in missing Hawaiian money and rekindle their ancient romance. In the thrilling conclusion, Agnes’s predictions become all too real when Mrs. Roosevelt unexpectedly comes to town to attend a funeral and Agnes must prove that she is, indeed, a warrior on the home front.
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    Fleeing The Jurisdiction (The Derry Women Series Book 3)

    It’s danger on the high seas for the Barnetts, but will it come from the authorities, Mother Nature or family Flood? In Wisconsin six years ago, Ursula Barnett accidentally committed a shocking crime. The statute of limitations is inching closer, and the police are circling in. Panicked, Ursula books herself and her American family passage on a budget centennial Titanic cruise, hoping to ride out the investigation and embark a woman redeemed. But lurking amongst the leaky walls of the Queen of Crabs is a danger worse than disgruntled, poorly-paid staff, bad food and terrifying onshore excursions: her Irish family, still resentful of the Barnett’s lottery win years earlier. Sister-in-law Fionnuala Flood, knowing Ursula is a sitting duck for the next twelve days, rallies the family to retaliate, stopping at nothing to drag lady of leisure Ursula back down into the gutter that is their own life. The Queen of Crabs, though, is not Derry, Northern Ireland, but an alien battlefield, where the Barnetts and Floods find more enemies lurking outside the family than within. Fleeing The Jurisdiction is equal parts Titanic, Love Boat and Voyage of the Damned, a darkly comic story of family relationships, the politics of envy and, perhaps, some personal redemption. Although this novel is part of the DERRY WOMEN SERIES, it’s a complete story and can be enjoyed without having read the previous books. For those who prefer a gentler reading experience, a PG version of this book is also available here on Amazon.
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    A Captivating Lady’s Love Storm: A Historical Regency Romance Book

    As her first official Season is approaching, Lady Marianne Amesbury can’t wait to discover what the future holds for her. After her first dance with a charming gentleman, her instinct tells her that he might be the one. While she can’t stop daydreaming about her life by his side, everything is about to change when she discovers that his family is her father’s lifelong feud. When her father announces that he will never allow her to see him again, Marianne’s life falls into pieces. Desperate to escape her grim future, she tries to find the cause of her father’s hate and soothe his resentful heart. Will she manage to put an end to an endless clash? Will she finally have the happy ending she has always been dreaming of? Edmund Stapleton is a kind gentleman with an intrepid mind. Even though he has never enjoyed balls and such social events, he has no choice but to fulfil society’s expectations. When he first sees Marianne, he cannot help being smitten by her beauty. But a storm is brewing when he learns that the woman who is about to haunt his dreams would be the daughter of his father’s most obnoxious enemy. Will Edmund stick to his father’s demand to forget about Marianne, or will he start a relentless pursuit of claiming the woman he loves? Against all odds, Marianne and Edmund do everything in their power to spend a few moments together. But when her father finds out about their secret meetings, furious as he is, he forces her back to the countryside. To make matters worse, he finds an eligible man to betroth her at the earliest opportunity. In the end, will the two romantic souls escape from a terrible fate? Will their love withstand the obstacles that keep them apart? “A Captivating Lady’s Love Storm” is a historical romance novel of approximately 80,000 words. No cheating, no cliffhangers, and a guaranteed happily ever after.
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    The Kid Who Shot The Archduke: A Dark Comedy Novella Based On A True Story

    ‘Masterfully marrying extensive research into the period with smart, dark humour’ – Alexi Demetriadi, Journalist You’ve probably heard that it was some Bosnian kid – Gavrilo Princip – who in 1914 shot dead Archduke Franz Ferdinand on the streets of Sarajevo and started WW1. But how much about the whole affair do you really know? Do you know why he did it? And how he did it? And who he did it with? And who he really was? No? School seems to skip all that actually interesting stuff, doesn’t it? Did you know the group of boys who carried out this assassination didn’t really have the faintest clue what they were doing? Did you know their plan was laughably flimsy, their execution worse, and that it was only due to the sick, twisted humour of God that they succeeded? No? Then this dark satire is here to help. If you’re a fan of The Death of Stalin or The Big Short then you’ll love this! Have your history lesson with a side of black comedy! What a meal deal! Story by Henry Hinder and Matthew BurkeCover art by the incredible Max Rugers who can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/max.rugers/
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    Accusing Elizabeth: A Pride & Prejudice Variation (Mysteries & Matrimony Book 1)

    Misunderstandings pull them apart. One crime brings them together. Had Elizabeth Bennet known what awaited her at Rosings Park, she never would have agreed to visit. An atrocious proposal, the constant condescension of her hosts’ haughty patroness , and an unsavory debt collector prowling about are only the beginning of her problems when a lady’s diamond earrings go missing. Fitzwilliam Darcy regrets extending his visit at Rosings when the only woman he’s ever desired irrevocably refuses his offer of marriage. Just when he plans to depart with his wounded pride, an appeal to his humanity sees him extending his stay yet again … just in time for someone to rob his cousin’s jewelry box. Elizabeth has stolen his heart, but did she steal the diamonds? It’s a race for the truth as everyone scrambles to discover the thief, hide their deepest secrets … and catch a troublesome swine. If you like falling in love with Mr. Darcy and Miss Elizabeth as they fall for each other, then you’ll love this sweet romance based on Jane Austen’s timeless classic, Pride and Prejudice. Read Accusing Elizabeth to satisfy your craving for a clean, sweet Regency mystery/romance today!
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    The Governess’ Debut (Ladies of Mayfair Book 1)

    The governess must charm both the spoiled child and the haughty earl. Orphaned and destitute, gently born Felicia Scott no longer has a dowry to offer. Her only option is to find a position as governess. Felicia adores young Lady Penelope and is more than intrigued by the handsome, though surly, earl. Of course, her new employer is strictly off-limits. No matter, he sees her as nothing more than a companion for his daughter. The Earl of Standish is desperate. His spoiled, seven-year-old daughter has already sent off three governesses. He reluctantly agrees to give the young Miss Scott a chance, convinced he’ll be searching again soon. When this gently bred young woman works wonders on his daughter, Standish is pleasantly surprised. The only problem? He never expected the interesting new governess to capture his attention as well. He should be looking for a well-suited woman for another marriage like his first—convenient and proper with no messy feelings. Felicia’s fear of poverty keeps her silent about her feelings. The earl clings to propriety for propriety’s sake, despite their growing attachment. The Governess’s Debut is a clean Regency romance novella with a heartwarming story and a charming happily ever after.
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    The Galician Woman

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    The Galician Woman

    Translator Solomon Levy’s deepest desire is to write poetry fulltime. He’s forced to put his dreams on hold when the unexpected murder of the Caliph’s nephew, Umar abd-Rahman, threatens the future of Andalusia and the Umayyad Caliphate. Solomon’s cousin Hasdai Shaprut, Foreign Minister and personal physician to the Caliph, presses him into action as an investigator because his success on a prior assignment, and his knowledge of Latin, make him the perfect choice for a mission to far-away, Catholic Galicia in search of a missing suspect. The reluctant investigator faces dangers, both real and imagined, in his quest to discover the identity of the murderer while tracking down Lia, a mysterious entertainer thought to be the last person to see the victim alive. Solomon must also find a way to over-come personal doubts and conflicts if he is to succeed in his mission. Will Europe’s most advanced culture survive? The Galician Woman is an evocative tale that brings to life the exotic world of 10th century Islamic Spain during a little known time in history when Muslims, Jews, and Christians created a harmonious society based upon religious tolerance and enlightened self-interest. This medieval mystery is Book I of The Andalusian Trilogy.
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    A Gilded Cage (Chronicles of an Urban Druid Book 1)

    Ye screw with this lass, ye get put on yer ass. Life sucker-punched me… I have family I didn’t know about, a magical heritage laying its claim, and a mystery I apparently need to solve. There are three things I love most in life…my wild and crazy Irish family, Redbreast Whiskey at Shenanigans, and living in Toronto. Having grown up with five older brothers, I can fight my way out of most situations, either with my wicked sense of humor or my fists. Often both. But when a back-alley brawl leaves me marked with a bizarre Celtic crest on my back, I become a beacon for all things whacked and weird. My dad is obviously freaked when he sees the tat, but he won’t discuss it.  So, I do what any stubborn red-headed lass would—I ignore all advice and fly to the Emerald Isle to get answers. And yeah…you know that saying about hindsight being 20/20? True Story. Look out, druid world. This mac Cumhaill is like no other. Will Fiona survive coming into her powers? Will those in Ireland survive Fiona? Can Toronto survive an urban druid and her mythical bear? Go up and hit “Read for Free” or “Buy Now” and get ready to cheer for the red-headed lass from Toronto!
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    A Fearless Governess for the Forsaken Duke: A Historical Regency Romance Novel

    She was the answer to every prayer he had whispered… Miss Lucretia Nelson has never felt such despair before. With the School for Young Ladies she works at closing down, she is left not only without work but also without a place to live. Her silver lining comes in the form of a governess position in the employ of a Duke. Still traumatized by his wife’s accidental death, Benedict De Clare, Duke of Tradegrove, has become obsessed with collecting perfect portraits of women that resemble her. That is until he finds himself falling in love with the most disheveled governess he has ever met. With the Duke slowly mending his relationship with his estranged son, Lucretia and Benedict’s blossoming love bridges the social chasm between them. However, as tensions rise among the staff and Lucretia finds herself on the receiving end of vicious threats, up-until-then hidden clues are tied to the late Duchess’ accident. And the only person who can save Lucretia’s life has no tongue to speak… *If you like powerful Dukes, loving Duchesses and a marvelous depiction of the majestic Regency and Victorian era, then A Fearless Governess for the Forsaken Duke is the novel for you. Emma Linfield’s 25th book is a historical Regency romance novel of 80,000 words (around 400 pages). No cheating, no cliffhangers, and a sweet happily ever after. Pick up “A Fearless Governess for the Forsaken Duke” today to discover Emma’s amazing new story!
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    Madness in the Ruins: A Mason Collins Crime Thriller 1

    “A must-read series for me.” Lee Child, bestselling author of the Jack Reacher novels. A mutilated body. No witnesses. The only clue, a message, “Those who I have made suffer will become saints and they shall lift me up from hell.” Winter, 1945. Munich is in ruins, and a savage killer is stalking the city. U.S. Army investigator Mason Collins enforces the law in the American Zone of Occupation. This post is his last chance to do what he loves most—being a homicide detective. But he gets more than he’s bargained for when the bodies start piling up, the city devolves into panic, and the army brass start breathing down his neck. Then the murderer makes him a target. Now it’s a high-stakes duel, and to win it Mason must bring into deadly play all that he values: his partner, his career—even his life.
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    The Fellowship of the Frog (The Inspector Elk Mysteries Book 1)

    An elusive gang leader and his minions frighten London and frustrate Scotland Yard in this classic crime thriller. The secret organization whose members were known only as “the Frogs” was the subject of rumors and jokes—until serious crimes began to occur, one after another. The perpetrators, once caught, were found to bear tattooed frogs on their wrists and kept their mouths firmly shut, and the populace grew terrified of them. The police were frustrated by their fruitless efforts to track down the leader of this strange gang. Then an officer who was working undercover and had finally managed to come face-to-face with the frightening figure was killed. Now it’s time for Detective Sergeant Elk of Scotland Yard to get involved. Fortunately, despite his shabby clothes, glum demeanor, and utter inability to get himself promoted, he’s a sharper sleuth than he appears to be . . . From Edgar Wallace, an enormously popular figure in early twentieth-century crime fiction, this is an intriguing tale of a nameless threat and a cop determined to track him down.
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