Tag: victorian romance

Lady Serena’s Choice by Jewel Allen

Lady Serena’s Choice by Jewel Allen

Even rules of society can’t rein in forbidden love. Lady Serena would rather ride horses than dance in the ballroom. And no one matches her passion for horses and makes her feel more alive than her father’s groom, Sebastian Bromley. As the daughter of a duke, however, she knows she may never act on her feelings or risk a scandal. Sebastian Bromley has a job […]

October 27, 2020 / 0 Comments
Unbroken Promises of the Heart by Valerie Loveless

Unbroken Promises of the Heart by Valerie Loveless

When Liz and Mary scheme to make Mary’s dream of owning a hat shop come true, they are unaware that their husbands, Michael and Peter, are scheming behind their backs to try to realize a dream of theirs, too. Harriet, Liz’s sister, has come home and has eyes for the mysterious Isaac all the while being pursued by the quirky revered Lyons. Harriet, with the […]

June 16, 2020 / 0 Comments
Solving Sophronia by Jennifer Moore

Solving Sophronia by Jennifer Moore

Lady Sophronia Bremerton is a far cry from the typical debutante, but she’s the toast of London’s upper class for one simple reason: she’s a society columnist for the London Illustrated News, and the gentry loves seeing their exploits printed in the gossip pages. But Sophie has bigger plans—she aspires to be an investigative reporter. When a stuffy ballroom during yet another Season proves to […]

May 1, 2020 / 0 Comments
A Stolen Kiss by M.A. Nichols

A Stolen Kiss by M.A. Nichols

It was only a little kiss… Lily Kingsley knows it’s time to abandon her romantic fancies and accept spinsterhood. No man has ever noticed her, and that is unlikely to change, but that does not mean she must abandon the last of her dreams: her first kiss. And she knows the perfect gentleman to enlist in that endeavor. Just one kiss, and then she will […]

April 21, 2020 / 0 Comments
Nathan’s Nurse by Zina Abbott

Nathan’s Nurse by Zina Abbott

With her invalid father’s passing, it is time for Dahlia Greenleaf to move on with her life. Considered an old maid, marriage prospects where she lives are slim and job opportunities non-existent. Her brother suggests applying to the Colorado Bridal Agency, and she agrees—anything to get away from her demanding sister-in-law. Full of hope, she travels by train to marry the miner in Jubilee Springs […]

December 27, 2019 / 0 Comments
The Prospector’s Bride by Jaclyn Hardy

The Prospector’s Bride by Jaclyn Hardy

Minnie’s last tie to her hometown is gone, leaving behind her and her two brothers. With all of their possessions being taken by the bank, Minnie knows it’s time to move on. When she learns that she could have her own land and a fresh start as a mail order bride, she follows her heart and her mother’s dream to head out west. Matthew loves […]

October 5, 2019 / 0 Comments
The Rodenburg Girl by Shaela Kay

The Rodenburg Girl by Shaela Kay

As royal ambassador to the English crown, Viscount Ellsworth has only one objective in Prussia: to secure the support of their previous allies. With France on the verge of revolution, eastern Europe a hotbed of unrest, and his own country embroiled in a bitter war with the American colonists, the last thing on his mind is finding a wife. But when presented with the opportunity […]

May 8, 2019 / 0 Comments
The Heiress by Laura Beers

The Heiress by Laura Beers

After the death of his father, Nicholas, Duke of Blackbourne, begrudgingly left behind his distinguished naval career to assume his proper role in Society. As he settles into the boring life of an aristocrat, he discovers that he has inherited something far worse than boredom, something that he is wholly unprepared for… an eighteen-year-old ward. Heiress Penelope Foster was banished to Miss Bell’s Finishing School […]

April 23, 2019 / 1 Comment
There’s Always Tomorrow by Laura D. Bastian

There’s Always Tomorrow by Laura D. Bastian

Melanie wishes there were real gentlemen still in the world. Her dating life is a joke so when she hears about a week-long Regency immersion experience at Twickenham Manor in England she happily books a trip. After an almost perfect week, and wishing she could prolong her stay, Melanie is surprised to find herself transported back in time to Victorian England in the year 1851. […]

March 14, 2019 / 1 Comment
Dating the Duke by Jen Geigle Johnson

Dating the Duke by Jen Geigle Johnson

She betrays his trust. He acts as though she is beneath him. But it could work if only they didn’t live over two centuries apart. Jane Sullivan, expert researcher on the Georgian Era, is granted a two week trip for singles to a Jane Austen re-enactment house party, 2019. She plans to thoroughly enjoy herself, including perhaps find a man who shares her interests, all […]

February 27, 2019 / 1 Comment