My Lady’s Honour

My Lady's Honor, by Julia Justiss, is a 2002 Historical Romance from Harlequin. My copy was originally printed in England, so titled My Lady's Honour and sold by Mills and Boon. I wrote about the book's history in The Well-traveled Book. I can't decide if this story is charming or annoying. Gwennor's father has died, and …

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Jill Kennedy – Telephonist

"Jill finds a new life - and a new boyfriend." The tagline on the back cover suggests this book is a romance, but a blurb about the series reveals this is actually a book intended to encourage women to enter the workforce. "Green Knight career novels are entertaining, up-to-date stories about girls in actual jobs, …

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Cowboy with a Cause

Cowboy with a Cause, by Carla Cassidy, is a Harlequin Romantic Suspense from 2012. This is a situation I've come across before: The landlady and the tenant. It's an economical way to introduce two strangers and keep them in close company. It also comes with built in appeal and challenge. The man is something of …

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