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My Champion

(Knights of de Ware Book 1)

by Glynnis Campbell

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The Knights of de Ware…From a long line of legendary warriors come three brothers to carry on the rich and powerful de Ware legacy:  Duncan the Champion…Holden the Warrior…Garth the Hero…

MY CHAMPION: Book 1

Sir Duncan de Ware is a sworn champion of the common man and a master of disguise. So when he finds plucky maiden-in-distress Linet de Montfort facing off against a notorious pirate, noble Duncan goes undercover to come to her rescue, despite her insistence that she can take care of herself. When the pirate abducts her, Duncan and Linet are caught up in a breathless adventure of danger and romance on the high seas. And soon Linet realizes her only hope is to trust her mysterious hero—with her life and her heart.

Book Details

  • A full-length novel originally published by Penguin-Putnam
  • Revised by the author in 2012
  • R-rated for sensual passages

More Historical Romances by Glynnis Campbell

The Knights of de Ware
MY CHAMPION
MY WARRIOR
MY HERO

The Warrior Maids of Rivenloch
THE SHIPWRECK (a novella)
LADY DANGER
CAPTIVE HEART
KNIGHT’S PRIZE

Medieval Outlaws
DANGER’S KISS
PASSION’S EXILE

Scottish Lasses
THE OUTCAST (a novella)
MacFARLAND’S LASS
MacADAM’S LASS

California Legends
NATIVE GOLD

About Glynnis Campbell

Glynnis Campbell is a USA Today bestselling author of swashbuckling action-adventure historical romances set in Scotland, England, and the American West, with over a dozen books published in six languages. She has won awards in the Orange Rose, Hearts through History, and Book Buyers Best contests and was a double finalist in the Romance Writers of America RITA Awards. Her books appear in several multi-author boxed sets with such esteemed talents as Bella Andre, Marie Force, Tanya Anne Crosby, Lauren Royal, Kathryn Le Veque, Eliza Knight, and Claire Delacroix. Writing from her California home, she loves playing medieval matchmaker and transporting readers to a place where the bold heroes have endearing flaws, the women are stronger than they look, the land is lush and untamed, and chivalry is alive and well!

From Glynnis…

I love writing “stories to keep you up all night”!

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Countess So Shameless

(A Scandal in London Novel)

by Liana LeFey

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No one can compete for Lady Mélisande’s coveted affections like the Italian rogue she met five years prior during a visit to Versailles. Her encounter with Lord Alessandro Orsini awakened a passion so fierce that the mere memory of it still ignites her senses. So when the celebrated rake resurfaces in London, Mélisande succumbs to temptation and shamelessly proposes an affair for the Season.

Alessandro has never forgotten the girl he met in Versailles―his perfect match. Though the fiercely independent lady has sworn off marriage, it doesn’t stop him from vowing to make her his wife. While seducing her body, he wages tender warfare on her heart’s defenses. But a bitter rival also burns to possess Mélisande, and luck has provided the means to bend her to his will: a scandalous secret that could ruin her. The price of his silence is nothing less than her hand in marriage, forcing Mélisande to choose between the desires of her heart and everything else she holds dear.



Beyond the Cliffs of Kerry

(The Bold Women Series Book 1)

By Amanda Hughes

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For readers who like historical fiction with a little romance.

It seduces her like a lover; it bewitches her like a spell. It is 51jHVl3EvbL__SX322_BO1,204,203,200_something mysterious and powerful that Darcy McBride must follow beyond the cliffs of Kerry. Ireland in 1755 is a terrible place, ravaged by famine and the brutal occupation of the British. There seems to be no escape. Darcy joins a group of smugglers who trade illegally with the French and when their operation is discovered, she is transported to the English Colonies for servitude. Shattered by war and bloodshed, Darcy finds the colonists on a feeding frenzy of survival. She refuses to be devoured and meets them with determination and fire stopping them in their tracks. When she confronts the brash and attractive Jean Michel Lupe’, a surveyor for the Crown, sparks fly, and Darcy meets her match. His blend of refinement and frontier masculinity unsettles and entices her. Together, they are swept into a whirlwind of violence and intrigue that threatens their love and their survival.

“Once again, author Amanda Hughes splashes the pages with gritty adventure and love stories about audacious women in the 18th and 19th Century. Her page turning tales will keep you on the edge of your seat as you take wild rides through dramatic and dazzling periods of history.”



Five Wicked Kisses – A Tasty Regency Tidbit

by Anthea Lawson

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To pay a debt, Juliana Tate must accept five kisses from the Earl of Eastbrook … but she never suspects how delicious each kiss will be!

This Regency-set short story by RITA-nominated

author Anthea Lawson is 12,500 words (38 pages).


The Piano Tutor – A Spicy Regency Short Story

(Music of the Heart)

by Anthea Lawson

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In this Regency-set short story, widowed Lady Diana Waverly finds love and passion in the most unlikely of places when a new piano tutor arrives at her door.

This short story originally appeared in the Mammoth Book of Regency Romance. Author Anthea Lawson’s novel PASSIONATE was nominated for a Golden Heart and a RITA award by the Romance Writers of America.

The Piano Tutor is 7,600 words – around 20 pages. The file also includes the first chapter of Anthea’s RITA-nominated historical romance, Sonata for a Scoundrel.


Sonata for a Scoundrel

(Music of the Heart Book 1)

by Anthea Lawson

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~USA Today bestselling, RITA-nominated romance~

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Clara Becker is a supremely gifted composer—a talent of little to use to a woman in 1830s Europe. Her compositions only 51hyAqiu9qL__SX331_BO1,204,203,200_have worth when they are published under her brother’s name, yet this deception barely enables them to scrape out a living in the poorest quarter of London.

Darien Reynard, the most celebrated musician in Europe, pursues success with a single-minded intensity. When he comes across Becker’s compositions, he knows that this music will secure his place in history. Darien tracks the composer down and, with some difficulty, convinces the man to tour with him. Mr. Becker agrees, but with the most unusual condition that he bring along his sister…

Darien’s unexpected desire for Clara jeopardizes the entire tour, but Clara must protect more than her heart. If he discovers her secret, her family’s new found fortune – and their very reputation – will be destroyed.

Set against the glittering backdrop of 19th century celebrity,

Sonata for a Scoundrel is the first in the Music of the Heart novels from award-winning author Anthea Lawson.



The Shiloh Series: Books 1-3

by Phillip Bryant

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51m1hgI2BbL__SX390_BO1,204,203,200_The Shiloh Series books 1-3 includes the following novels: They Met at Shiloh, A Certain Death, and Iuka to Corinth. This set covers the year 1862 in the Civil War from the early campaign leading up to the battle of Shiloh, the siege of Corinth, and lastly the battles of Iuka and Corinth that capped off the late fall campaigns in Tennessee and Mississippi.

They Met at Shiloh is the catalyst moment for tens of thousands of soldiers as their first horrific encounter with the reality of what the war truly is. On Shiloh’s fields a disgraced Methodist minister, a Mississippi youth, a rough Texan, and a Missourian Unionist contend not only with their own demons but also with the clash of arms that swirls around them, altering courses and lives forever.

A Certain Death is what the survivors of Shiloh know is coming as the Federal army at Pittsburg Landing prepares to march on Corinth, MS. The Confederate siege lines are long and well prepared and a direct assault will leave many more comrades dead upon the fields. For Confederates captured at Shiloh, their journey takes them to Ohio and a miserable existence behind ten foot high log fencing. A trip home for one to accept a commission and a plan to break out of prison for a handful of Confederates bring foes together in unlikely accord.

Iuka to Corinth will complete a plan by Confederates to wrest control of Northern Mississippi from Union control and trap an army between two superior forces. An escaped Confederate and the slave that got away come face to face on a river boat and the Confederate has a dilemma: finish escaping or finish what he’d started before the war. A recruiting trip from Ohio to deliver new volunteers down the Cumberland River to Nashville is diverted to the Tennessee River and to a familiar place: Pittsburg Landing. The boat the Confederates are on is diverted to the same location. The Union crises in Mississippi could wreck freedom for the runaway slave, threaten life and limb for his captor, and bring untimely death to a newly minted chaplain and his brother.

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