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Edward is now Viscount Carlisle. He does not want anything to do with it but feels the same about virtually everything since returning from war. He is struggling with civilian life and has nightmares most nights. He knows that he cannot wed Charlotte, a woman he has been betrothed to since before he left for the war. Charlotte does not understand why Edward would break off their engagement.

Fenella does not fit in with London society. Taller than most, she is the center of a cruel joke at her coming out. This disappoints her mother, who wants her daughters to marry well. She is sent to live in Glasgow with her grandmother. When she finds an ad for a bookkeeper she applies for it — and with her talent with numbers gets the job.

Olivia “Liv” Sullivan is a natural psychic. She dreams of the dead and the circumstances of their deaths. She often hears their last words, and as a teenager, relays those last words to the intended recipients with tragic results. Grown and working as a telephone psychic for a fake psychic group, she receives an eerie call to return home to Sullivan Farms in Cascade Hills, Ohio.

Owen (The Chapmans Book 1)
Christine
Sterling

After calling off her wedding to the cheating Arlo Lloyd, Ellie Beth Brook corresponds with a man who puts an ad in the paper wanting a mail order bride. His name is Frank Hartman, and they write for a year. Frank finally sends for Ellie, and she sets off from Atlanta, Georgia for Nebraska. No one to meets her stage coach, but she does meet a handsome man who is headed for the marshal.

After the “unfortunate accident” several years before that leaves Evangeline with a pronounced limp and a shredded reputation, she resigns herself to the idea of living out her years in her parent’s home. Her mother, Olivia Prescott, has other ideas for her almost 30 year-old daughter. She arranges a card game at Mrs.

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