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Meg Swift, a viscount’s daughter, is at “The Cinderella Ball” her godfather, the duke, hosts for his unwed goddaughters. Meg catches the attention of Dougal Black, Duke of Thorncroft, while she is filching gilded almonds. Three months prior, the duke himself was a commoner. He feels out of place at the ball because of all the rules.

Attribution
Linda
Moore

Cate does not yet know, but opening the chest in the storage closet is opening Pandora’s Box. Inside is an exquisite old painting reminiscent of an artist from The Spanish Golden Age. She calls it “La Gloria” and thinks this is a lost work; worthy to be her doctoral dissertation. So far Dr. Jones has axed her every idea. Removing the painting, she takes it home with her.

HISTORICAL: Although Hadley Sherborne, Viscount Grey, has just helped to rescue one of Laurel’s sisters from a kidnapper, she is disgruntled at seeing him in her cousin’s home. The blackguard had broken their engagement two years prior, and she never heard a word from him. His father had made an agreement with a neighbor, where Hadley would wed his daughter.

Pride of Lyons
Jenna
Jaxon

HISTORICAL: Honoria Quinn is retained as a companion for Lady Danford’s mother, Mrs. Edwards. She enjoys the position - except for Lord Danford. His gaze always seems to be on her. She is enjoying her day off when a carriage comes flying up. The groom tells her Mrs. Edwards is seriously ill; Honoria must come home immediately. Upon entering the carriage, she sees Lord Danford.

The Nighthawkers
Amy L.
Bernstein

Pauline is an archaeologist, but a special gift is what gives her a true ability to dive into her work. She can speak with the dead and learn stories about each artifact that no other would ever be able to decipher from its discovery or read in any textbook.

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