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July 2022

A Lady for a Duke


When Viola Caroll was presumed dead at Waterloo she took the opportunity to live, at last, as herself. But freedom does not come without a price, and Viola paid for hers with the loss of her wealth, her title, and her closest companion, Justin de Vere, the Duke of Gracewood.

Their families reconnect, years after the war, and Viola discovers that Gracewood has retreated so far into grief that Viola barely recognizes her old friend in the lonely, brooding man he's become.

As Viola strives to bring Gracewood back to himself, fresh desires give new names to old feelings.

A Regency romance with trans rep and steamy bedroom scenes that don't shy away from below their waists. It's a bit of a slower burn than I usually read, but it is easily one of the best books I've read so far this year. Highly recommend! 




Owen Taylor kneels for only one man—Carter Wilson, his best friend, chief of staff, and bastard extraordinaire.
It’s a price he willingly pays to be owned by Her. Carter's wife.
Who is also Owen's lieutenant governor, because Owen Taylor is the governor of the great state of Florida.

This is the beginning of a series similar to Sierra Simone's New Camelot series, which I LOVE, except that it's set in the nasty, dirty, world of Florida's politics (pre-pandemic) and it's totally working for me. I'm on to the third book in the series already.

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