Loving Lord Egleton

A Regency Romance (Regency Matchmakers Book 3)
By Laura Beers

Loving Lord Egleton by Laura Beers is the third novel in her Regency Matchmakers series, but she doesn't stop after all the Blackmore sisters get married. Hannah Blackmore is the youngest sister. She is content with living with her oldest sister and her husband until...

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Love in a Time of Hate

By Matthew Langdon Cost

After the Civil War ended, New Orleans, like many Southern cities, experienced almost insurmountable challenges with its diverse population of wealthy plantation owners, newly freed Blacks, Creoles, and Native Americans. Some citizens fought to return to their previous power while others sought a new way...

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Lie A Little . . . To Love A Lot

A heart-warming Victorian family saga (The Faredene Saga Book 1)
By Debra Delaney

Life for a lonely spinster in the Victorian era could potentially stretch on endlessly into oblivion. It wasn’t a cheerful thought for Victoria Kavanagh. Already in her twenties when her father passes away (her mother passed away when she was younger), Victoria has given up...

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Ledalina

By Ishmael O. Ross

Ledalina is the resurrected journal and collection of letters by its unknown, anonymous author, presumably written in the final trimester of the 19th century. The journal's keeper, Ishmael O. Ross, had the procured notebook and its entire contents translated by R. Batsbak from its native...

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Lady Be Good

The Life and Times of Dorothy Hale
By Pamela Hamilton

Pamela Hamilton’s biographical style work of fiction, Lady Be Good: The Life and Times of Dorothy Hale, tells the story of an extraordinary life. In the 1920s and 30s, socialite Dorothy Hale graced high society and elite circles, rubbing shoulders with prominent figures and becoming...

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Landscape of a Marriage

Central Park was only the beginning...
By Gail Ward Olmsted

Frederick Law Olmsted is known as the “father of American landscape architecture.” He designed large city public parks as well as the grounds for private estates, academic institutions, and other famous sites. What is not as well-known are the facts about his wife, family, and...

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Left on a Doorstep

The DuPree Dynasty Book One
By Beatrice H. Crew

Left on a Doorstep is a work of historical romance fiction by author Beatrice H. Crew. Our protagonist Victoria was a kind young woman, but a good deed brought an unexpected threat into her life. She had to move with her parents to their private...

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Last Letter to Gettysburg

By Jan Thornton Jones

Last Letter To Gettysburg by Jan Thornton Jones is a historical tale that follows a young boy called Levi, whose father goes off to fight in the Civil War. Despite being a teacher, Levi's father explains how he must fight for what he believes in,...

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Lady August

By Becky Michaels

Lady August by Becky Michaels is a Regency historical romance taking place in England. When August Summer finds out she’s the illegitimate daughter of a dying Earl and a rich heiress, her entire life is turned on its head, starting with being plucked from her...

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Lost Souls

A fictional journey through 50 years of Pink Floyd
By Edwin Ammerlaan

Lost Souls is a fictionalized take on the history of progressive/psychedelic rock behemoth Pink Floyd. Written by rock journalist Edwin Ammerlaan, the book follows a fictional character named Matt Hallander, a journalist for Rock Parade magazine, as he traces the journey of Pink Floyd from...

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