I Spy a Duke (Covert Heiresses #1) by Erica Monroe

In the first in an adventurous new series, USA Today Bestselling Author Erica Monroe introduces the Covert Heiresses: four women who by day are the talk of the ton, and by night England’s top spies. She wants revenge… When bluestocking Vivian Loren becomes the governess for the wealthy Spencer family, she’s searching for clues about …

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Beauty and the Rake (The Rookery Rogues Book 3) by Erica Monroe

  Once, she was beautiful… Abigail Vautille dreamed of escaping the Whitechapel rookery and starting a new life, until one tragic night left her scarred and penniless. To save her family from debtor’s prison, she strikes a deal with the rogue who owns her father’s gambling vowels–if he excuses the debt, for two weeks, she’ll …

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Secrets in Scarlet by Erica Monroe

When a girl is murdered at a factory in one of London’s rookeries, Sergeant Thaddeus Knight of the Metropolitan Police comes in to investigate. But it’s not just the factory owners that Thaddeus wants information on–the devilishly intriguing Poppy O’Reilly is a puzzle he’d like nothing more than to solve. Protecting her young daughter is …

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The Week: 16th – 22nd November

Weird Wednesday Sunset Phew, what a hot week. With more to come. What a change from the weather we put on for the British royals! It was too hot to be working on the deck on Thursday afternoon, but I tried it all the same! Paris attacks could ‘kill’ Tour de France and cycling: Michael Rogers The …

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The Week: 23rd February – 1st March

Drinks on the lake in Canberra on hot Saturday afternoon The end of summer here… I read Defiant by Pamela Clare this week, and it made me cry. I wish I could find more historical romance like that! My new Kindle arrived, but honestly, what is the point in a touchscreen Kindle? What was wrong with the …

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