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The Duchess Takes a Husband

This sexy and emotionally rich story is the perfect way to wrap up this excellent Gilded Age–set series.

A Lady Tempts an Heir

This third lively entry in St. George’s “Gilded Age Heiresses” series (after The Devil and the Heiress) hits all the right notes. The upfront discussion of infertility is particularly notable in a romance that’s set in the British Victorian Era and the American Gilded Age.

The Heiress Gets a Duke

St. George (Falling for Her Viking Captive) heartrendingly depicts Victorian women bartered away for wealth and status, but the deep affection and witty dialog August and Evan share outshines a grim if realistic beginning. Fans of Courtney Milan and Scarlett Peckham will enjoy this “The Gilded Age Heiresses” series opener.

Take Down

This steamy light Sub/dom romance will have readers begging for these two conflicted souls to heal each other. Fans of the first in the series, Dirty Boxing, will not want to miss this story although this can be thoroughly enjoyed as a stand-alone. [Previewed in Joyce Sparrow's "Love Is All Around," LJ 10/15/17.—Ed.]

Dirty Boxing

This novel will have broad appeal for readers of sexy contemporary romance, not just those who have an interest in MMA.

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