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Fed to the Lyon

Mary
Lancaster


Diana’s life has gone from near perfect to tatters in the matter of an evening. Abandoned by her betrothed in favor of the Princess of Wales, she makes the naïve mistake of drowning her sorrows in brandy at a party. As a last-ditch effort to save her soiled reputation, her mother abandons her at the door of the Black Widow of Whitehall in order to find her a husband. Mrs.

Whatever Love Means
Leigh
Fleming

Travis and Maggie find themselves married as teenagers with a baby. The strain is too much and Maggie walks out on Travis. Fifteen years later, Maggie is preparing for her fourth wedding. Travis is still single and Maggie’s go-to person whenever anything goes awry. As he helps Maggie, they snipe at one another.

Garrett is an amputee resulting from an incident in Afghanistan and uses a prosthetic device from the right knee down. He dwells on all the things he can no longer do and often finds himself at the bottom of a bottle. He is living with his parents, trying to transition into civilian life when he rescues Harry, a horse intended for the slaughterhouse.

Elizabeth is a widow, living with her sister, brother-in-law and their four, soon to be five, children. The house is overflowing, without any room for Elizabeth, so she elects to become a governess. Widower Fitzwilliam Darcy is searching for a governess for his headstrong daughter, Kathy.

Mr. Albert Lambert is commissioned to finish designing the manse of the Duke of Wyndham. With him is his daughter, Rebecca, who acts as his secretary. She also secretly draws designs her architect father uses because his dementia keeps him from producing his own work. Rebecca is lost during the house tour and ends up in the Duke’s quarters when she hears him approaching.

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