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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.
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The Valet’s Secret

Hand to readers who love a case of mistaken identity and romances that cross class lines; they’ll be sure to enjoy Kenneth and Rebecca’s electric encounters. Kilpack’s (“A Proper Romance” series) Regency novel is full of heartfelt emotion, along with intriguing drama, and will be a sweet fairy tale for readers who can appreciate what it means to find late-in-life lovee.

Delilah Green Doesn’t Care

The connection among Claire’s friends and the development of Delilah’s backstory add depth to a fun hometown romance, planned as the start of a series of Bright Falls–set queer romances.
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Mr. Wrong Number

An optional purchase.

A Caribbean Heiress in Paris

An essential purchase for libraries.
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Lease on Love

Readers who enjoy female entrepreneurs, found family, and gentle romantic leads will enjoy.
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The Wedding Season

Recommended for all public library collections.
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Fated Blades

Fans of the “Kinsmen” series (Silent Blade; Silver Shark) will enjoy this third adventure, but it’s best purchased by libraries with access to the entire series.
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Barbarian Alien

Dixon’s books are recommended for larger public libraries and where demand warrants.
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