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Across the Blue (2018)
Carrie Turansky
"With all the elegance and intrigue of Downton Abbey, Across the Blue is an exciting tale that features the race to be the first to fly across the English Channel. I admired the spunk in heroine Isabella Grayson and her dream to become a journalist. She's the perfect match for the determined James Drake, a hero that lives on even after you close the book. This story is one of Carrie Turansky's finest!"
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A Bound Heart (2019)
Laura Frantz
"A Bound Heart keeps you riveted until you've turned the last page. Highly recommended!"
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Finding Lady Enderly (2019)
Joanna Davidson Politano
"Whimsy. Intrigue. Danger and tenderness. Finding Lady Enderly is an endearing tale."
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A Castaway in Cornwall (2020)
Julie Klassen
"Danger abounds on the wild Cornwall coast and so does romance. With a perfect blend of intrigue and tender moments, A Castaway in Cornwall is my favorite Klassen title to date."
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The Mistletoe Countess (2021)
Pepper Basham
"A festive Christmas read, The Mistletoe Countess will really put you into the holiday spirit! Spunky heroine Gracelynn Ferguson is the perfect match for Lord Astley—too bad, though, that it’s her sister who’s supposed to marry him. There are so many fun twists and turns to this story that there’s just no stopping a huge grin as you read. Grab a hot chocolate and nestle down with a blankie for this winner!"
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The Debutante's Code (2021)
(Thorndike & Swann Regency Mystery, book 1)
Erica Vetsch
"Intrigue abounds in this thrilling tale of a debutante turned spy. Amidst the whirl of stolen art pieces and murder, heroine Juliette Thorndike takes on a dangerous role to break a code before the villains discover it . . . and before the swoon-worthy Officer Daniel Swann figures out she's involved. Author Erica Vetsch once again pens a winner in The Debutante's Code . . . a must-read for Regency and mystery lovers!"

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