Courting, Danger, & Seduction

Author: Brooke Comeau

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing


Category: Fiction

Page: 434

View: 910

Courting, Danger, & Seduction by Brooke Comeau Her Perfect Match Madaline was ready for an adventure and Ben Reed was the perfect gentlemen for her needs. If they can survive the unseen villain lurking in the shadows trying to destroy her happiness, then she might just get her happily ever after. After saving Mady from a carriage accident and looking into her lively green eyes, Ben knew he had found his perfect miss. Once he figured out who was behind the threats he might just get to claim her. Her Pirate Duke Daffney was determined to find her match this season - but who knew she would be thrown into the middle of an old war between pirates! The new Duke is unexpected; Daffney is drawn to him and his wicked smile. Sebastian is not looking for a wife but can’t seem to stay away from the delectable Miss Grey. When his enemies put her in harm’s way he has no choice but, to his utter enjoyment, keep her close. And if he should steal a kiss or two all the better. Her Complete Surrender Abby was not interested in allowing any man to have complete control of her identity, hence the no husband policy! If the distracting Laird Merrick Murphy would just get the memo and stop making her pulse flutter she might just keep her single status. Merrick was smitten and wouldn’t allow Abby to withdraw from him. But, with unexpected danger at his castle does he dare pursue her until she surrenders to a passion that will be an inferno? Or must he wait for the danger to pass?

It's All About the Duke

The Rakes of St. James

Author: Amelia Grey

Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks


Category: Fiction

Page: 352

View: 436

“A master storyteller.”—Affaire de Coeur Nearing thirty, the Duke of Rathburne is finally ready to make amends for the wager that caused him and his best friends such scandal—but taking on a ward who needs a husband is a feat he’s not sure he can manage. The last he saw of Miss Marlena Fast, she was a spirited little ruffian, not the sort of bride most bachelors on the marriage mart sought. But one glance at the lovely lady she has become is enough to convince him otherwise... Orphaned young and shuffled from family to family, Marlena counts on her fierce independence and quick wits to keep herself content. Being the responsibility of a notoriously wicked duke who upended so many lives is an unexpected challenge when she realizes he arouses her decidedly feminine desires. Marlena must be careful. She has her own scandalous secret to protect. If he finds out, will it shatter her chances of a happily-ever-after with the notorious rake? It's All About the Duke is the next Regency romance in The Rakes of St. James series from Amelia Grey.

Might as Well Laugh About it Now

Author: Marie Osmond

Publisher: Penguin


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 320

View: 114

Now available in trade paperback-the illuminating New York Times bestseller from the American icon. The beloved superstar reveals her thoughts on her milestones and missteps, career pressures and expectations, her popular line of collectible dolls, marriage and divorce, depression, weight issues, and the incredible joys and challenges in being a working mother raising eight children. Marie's resilience and familiar humor will have every reader feeling at home with this international icon as she imparts her insights on surviving the school of life and graduating with a degree in unstoppable optimism.

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Category: Brothers and sisters

Page: 471

View: 330

English drama.

The Duke of Windsor's War

Author: Michael Bloch

Publisher: Hachette UK


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 400

View: 998

Drawing on unique sources, Michael Bloch describes the career of the Duke of Windsor during the Second World War.As a military liaison officer in France during 1939-40, he issued warnings which, had they been heeded, might have avoided the defeat of France;as Governor of the Bahamas 1940-45, he succeeded in what was regarded as one of the most difficult posts in the British Empire.But at the same time he and his wife (to marry whom he had given up a throne) had a second war to contend with - against King George VI and Queen Elizabeth who were determined to treat them as outcasts.This book caused a furore on publication, being the first work to give a detailed account of the bitter relations between the ex-King and his family.

My Daring Duchess

Author: Julie Johnstone

Publisher: Darbyshire Publishing


Category: Fiction

Page: 165

View: 994

When a lady bent on ruining rogues and a duke set on revenge attempt to derail each other’s plans, passion erupts into a love for the ages. After being left brokenhearted by a duplicitous rake, Anne Adair no longer desires a husband—she wants justice. She’s traded in her foolish dream of happily-ever-after for the much more sensible one of thwarting the blackhearted lords who prey on innocent debutantes. But her first mission proves rather complicated when the dashing, devilish Duke of Kilmartin comes to the aid of her target. Simon Sedgewick, the newly titled Duke of Kilmartin, never thought he would return to England, let alone attend a ball full of simpering lords. But when his oldest friend’s reputation is being smeared and Simon discovers that the perpetrator is none other than his enemy’s granddaughter, his long-festering desire for vengeance flares to life. The moment Simon spies Miss Anne Adair across the glittering ballroom, he knows that the ravishing beauty is the perfect instrument for the retribution he thought lost to him. He does not know, however, that Anne has devised a scheme of her own. And soon, these two wary hearts will discover that the best laid plans are no match for love. *PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A LONG NOVELLA.

Joan of Arc

Author: Mark Twain

Publisher: Ignatius Press


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 452

View: 161

This historical novel purportedly written by Joan's longtime friend -- Sieur Louis de Conte -- discloses Twain's unrestrained admiration for the French heroine's nobility of character.