Tag Archives: feminism

Hunting Prince Dracula | Kerri Maniscalcoe

Following the grief and horror of her discovery of Jack the Ripper’s true identity, Audrey Rose Wadsworth has no choice but to flee London and its memories. Together with the arrogant yet charming Thomas Cresswell, they journey to Romania.
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The Singles Game | Lauren Weisberger

Charlotte “Charlie” Silver has always been a good girl. She excelled at tennis early, coached by her father, a former player himself, and soon became one of the top juniors in the world. When she leaves UCLA—and breaks her boyfriend’s heart—to turn pro, Charlie joins the world’s best athletes who travel eleven months a year, competing without mercy for Grand Slam titles and Page Six headlines.

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Rebel Heiress | Fiona Mountain

“I’d have thought any man might consider himself very fortunate to be loved by a lady who spoke the language of goddesses and could find her way amongst the stars.”

Breakdown:

  • Book: Rebel Heiress
  • Series: –
  • Author: Fiona Mountain

Synopsis:

Born into a world seething with treachery and suspicion, Eleanor Goodricke grows up on the Somerset Levels just after the English Civil Wars, heiress to her late mother’s estates and daughter of a Puritan soldier who fears for his brilliant daughter with her dangerous passion for natural history – and for butterflies in particular.

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