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Garden of Dragons

Fans of Platt's (Garden of Shadows) mix of the supernatural with the Regency will find that this book turns up the heat on the battlefield and in the bedroom.

The Viscount's Rose

This prequel, set before the previously published stories of Rose's sisters Lily, Dillie, Daisy, and Laurel, brings readers back to historic Mayfair London, where a return trip to the townhouse on Chipping Way is always interesting. The Farthingale sisters have a talent for finding men and falling in love with a certain fanfare, and this latest installment (after A Midsummer's Kiss) is no exception, with explosions, abductions, and a heavy dose of heat and passion. Farthingale fans rejoice: If You Loved Me, which centers on cousin Adelaide, is still to come!

A Midsummer's Kiss. Booktrope

Platt (Rules for Reforming a Rake) has created an out-of-order sort of series revolving around the Farthingale daughters: Lily, Dillie, Daisy, Rose, and our heroine, Laurel. Set in the Mayfair District of London in the early 1800s, this historical series follows the lively sisters who refuse to be bound to husbands who don't love them. This latest installment has the elements that fans have come to cherish: passion, love, a bit of joviality, and a lot of steamy kisses! A return trip to visit the Farthingale clan is always a welcome treat full of interesting surprises.

Rules for Reforming a Rake

Fans of the "Farthingale" series (The Duke I'm Going To Marry will be delighted with this latest installment. The Farthingale clan are out of control, never do things the easy way, and are considered a curse on Chipping Way, but it's Daisy's turn to meet her true love; engaging from beginning to end. Dedicated readers will be happy to know that Laurel's story will be coming soon.

My Fair Lily

This historical romance from debut novelist Platt is a perfect love story, especially for those who enjoy romances with a strong, handsome Scotsman! Equally satisfying is the strong-minded Lily, who fights for inclusion into the Royal Society and refuses to be the vapid victim demanded of her by London in the early 1800s. Readers will enjoy the stories of the Farthingale brood, which will continue with The Duke I'm Going To Marry.

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