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Final Year
M.J.
Moores

Beth needs to prove her sociology thesis, which requires pushing herself beyond her comfort zone. When Beth meets Jeremy at a restaurant and he ignores her, she places him solidly in the player zone. Yet, when their continued meetings challenge her thesis, Beth wonders if her theory is wrong or if Jeremey is an anomaly she couldn’t predict.

Claudia Davenport wakes up in Gretna Green with a hangover and a very fuzzy memory. When her brother Viscount Ashwood chases her down, the need to preserve her reputation becomes a priority when it becomes clear she is with child. Giving her son up for adoption is the hardest thing she’s ever done, but when he is kidnapped, Claudia decides to find him herself.

Denise Hammond works best solo, but the animal activist has long had to take on a team to tackle larger facilities and rescue more animals. When one rescue results in an unexpected wolf cub, Denise takes the cub home with plans to relocate him, only to wake up in the morning with a toddler instead of a wolf cub in her house.

Viscount Marcus Lancaster has an overactive imagination, a lovely daughter newly entering the marriage mart, and an eye on a widowed countess he has long loved but been unable to court. Charity, Countess of Wadsworth, is done with marriage and unfaithful, unreliable husbands. With strained finances she accepts a position as a matchmaker at a charity to find wives for wounded soldiers.

In “The Last Wolfe Lass”, Ginny O’Faolain might’ve been raised amongst warriors, but she was never given the chance to prove herself worthy, not like her brothers, due to her mother’s over-protectiveness. Despite that, Ginny is determined to learn how to fight, and how to protect herself and her people. 

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