If you like these, you might just love my books. . . .
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Always and forever
The Little House on the Prairie
by Laura Ingalls Wilder
I would be amiss if I did not mention the Little House on the Prairie series. The first novel I ever read was Little House in the Big Woods, and I was hooked. Besides the Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ, I have read no other books as often as these. While I don't write in this genre, I remain always and forever loyal to Laura's beloved books.
by Sarah Eden
Persephone has no idea why the Infamous Duke has arranged to marry her, but she agrees in order to save her impoverished family. The Dangerous Duke instantly regrets his decision to oust his cousin through marriage and doesn't know what to do with his new wife. This is the setting for a brilliant love story, and Adam, the Duke, is one of my favorite characters ever.
by Traci Hunter Abramson
Written by a retired CIA agent, Traci's books are full of suspense and clean romance. In this story, the main character is too deep undercover to tell the FBI agent who watches her parents' home that she is anything other than a nanny with a leg injury. Even as she and the agent start to fall in love, she knows she may have to return to the field to gather more intel from the terrorist who shot her.
A Matter of Magic
by Patricia Wrede
If you like mystery, Regency thieves' cant, magic, or light romance, this is an amazing must-read!
A London street thief disguised as a boy gets hired by a traveling magician and is soon caught up in a mystery that involves far too many interested parties. Patricia has mastered the most wonderful hodgepodge of characters: Ridiculous druid cult members, meddling nobility, and London's worst criminal masterminds.