Format: ARC

Donna’s Review: A Warriner to Tempt Her by Virginia Heath

Donna’s Review: A Warriner to Tempt Her by Virginia Heath

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I love the Warriner brothers! This is the third brother’s (Joe) story and it is wonderful. Joe is now a doctor and has set up his office, and home, in the town closest to his family’s estate. Due to his deceased father’s and grandfather’s actions most of the town does not like his family. The old town doctor especially hates Joe as he has more modern medical ideas after training in Edinburgh. Joe treats anyone who needs it, even if his pay is a chicken.

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Donna’s Review: The Heiress’s Deception by Christi Caldwell

Donna’s Review: The Heiress’s Deception by Christi Caldwell

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I loved this series and have waited for Calum to finally have his HEA. There is one more Hell & Sin club owner, Adair, to get a HEA but that is the start of a new series, hopefully soon. Calum Dabney was a child of the streets after the death of his parents. Sometimes he’d visit or hide in a Lord’s stable and met Lady Eve Pruitt who he called Little Lena Duchess.

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Donna’s Review: Echo in the Wind by Regan Walker

Donna’s Review: Echo in the Wind by Regan Walker

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I couldn’t put this book down! The hardest part of writing a review for a book I loved is saying enough to entice you to read it without spoiling the story. When you read one of Regan’s books, you not only get a wonderful story, but accurate historical knowledge of the time period.

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Donna’s Review: Hard-Hearted Highlander by Julia London

Donna’s Review: Hard-Hearted Highlander by Julia London

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This is my favorite of Julia London’s The Highland Grooms series. Rabbie Mackenzie is a lost and broken soul after the battle at Culloden Moor that devastated the Highlands. He had not joined the rebels, but was sympathetic to their cause. While his family stayed out of it, much of their land and village was still destroyed by the English.

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Donna’s Review: My One True Highlander by Suzanne Enoch

Donna’s Review: My One True Highlander by Suzanne Enoch

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This is the second book in Suzanne Enoch’s No Ordinary Hero series and I enjoyed it more than the first. It is a wonderful story with lots of humor and romance.

The heroine, Marjorie Forrester, is tired of London.

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