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Kathleen Harryman Jun 13
Blue eyes locked onto Will’s. “I promised Rosie I’d look after you. And a promise is a promise.” 🔗 with
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Collette Cameron 1 Nov 15
Why I write . These kind of heroes.
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Cryssa Bazos Jun 5
2 more sleeps until SEVERED KNOT is today to lock in the low pre-pub price
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Sheri Humphreys 22 Jan 18
Swoon with the delight and grit of by Sheri Humphreys. Amazon: B&N: Boroughs: iBooks:
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Nicole Maddalo Dixon, Author 19 Mar 16
Billy the Kid Brought to Life (A Favorable Review)
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Historical Romance Books 27 Dec 17
This morning's #1 on Amazon Kindle.
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Viola Russell Apr 15
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Susan Lodge 27 Mar 18
A brand new novel for . Esmie Elstone thought the season couldn't get worse, until Rockford returns .
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Eliza Lloyd 2 Mar 18
Imogene Farrell series - all 4 books only $7.99
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Maggi Andersen 14 Jun 18
The Mystery at Falconbridge Hall "Fast paced full of intrigue with enough twists that kept me turning the pages."
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AmyWolf_Author 27 Sep 15
** WINNER** High praise from MIDWEST REVIEW. Now in PB & on Kindle 21
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HistorialRomanceRev Mar 1
FREE March 1-5, the Award-winning book 1 in the Medieval Warriors series: THE RED WOLF'S PRIZE! “Beautifully written, perfectly paced, action packed, with a passionate and epic love affair..."
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Rachel Donnelly 6 Dec 15
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Jayne Davis 3 May 18
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Sharpe Books Nov 21
The Last Tsar and Tsarina, by Virginia Cowles. Acclaimed biography. £2.99.
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hobi 4 Nov 15
Every night i'm yours Christie kelley SEGEL Idr 35.000
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Collette Cameron Aug 12
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Cheryl St.John 2 Feb 18
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Kathleen Harryman Jun 15
Mortar flew. Men screamed. Body parts fell like rain. “Together. Remember! We stay together!" 🔗 with
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Kathleen Harryman Jun 9
Chamberlain’s words echoed round the room. Britain had declared war on Germany. In that moment Rosie Elliot saw all her dreams crumble into dust. 🔗
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