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Landry Audsley, Earl of Keyworth, has a penchant for human rights. Why hire proper maids or groundskeepers if he can train orphans off the street for the same job and give them a better quality of life? Landry’s peers amongst the “ton” think his behaviors strange, but he is well loved amongst his servants and the youth of the street.

Cassidy and Harly’s taboo workplace relationship has already been tumultuous. Surely their wedding day of the young intern and newspaper tycoon will bring some peace to their lives. But even their wedding day does not end the ups and downs. In fact, their wedding day is just the beginning of an emotional journey full of illness, tragedy, and all-encompassing drama.

Cassidy Knite, a college freshman with a tragic past, is in her first year at Columbia University when she is granted the opportunity of a lifetime—an internship at The Artefact, a New York newspaper. Though the attraction between her and her boss, Harly Ashbey, is obvious, their work situation and difference in power dynamics keeps them from immediately acting upon it.

The Hot Summer of 1968
Viliam Klimáček
Peter Petro (Translator)

During the Cold War and behind The Berlin Wall, the Czechoslovakian Communist Party experimented with “Socialism with a human face” known as the “Prague Spring”. For a brief window of time there was freedom of the press, an end to arbitrary wiretaps; and citizens regained the right to travel without prior authorizations and visas.

Lady Leonora, daughter to the Earl of Whickerton, prefers to study the people around her, and is determined to record her observations wherever she goes. Unfortunately, her trust is shattered when one fateful masquerade ball leaves her haunted by the image of a masked man - and without her notebook.

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