Hidden Identities: Nineteen Excerpts
Great & Unfortunate Desires
R. L. Syme
Historical Romance: Anthology
March 17, 2015
Available in: e-Book
HIDDEN IDENTITIES EXCERPT BOOKLET
LOVE HISTORICAL ROMANCE? ENJOY STORIES WITH SECRETS?
Nineteen New York Times, USA Today, internationally bestselling, and award-winning historical romance authors bring you scenes from their books, all of which feature a much-loved theme: characters with hidden identities.
Discover a new beloved author! Each excerpt is the perfect length to read over a cup of coffee or before falling asleep at night. Escape to Regency London, Renaissance Paris, the Highlands of Scotland, Stuart and Victorian England, turn-of-the-century New York, the Old West, and more! Among these samples from nineteen historical romance novels, you’re bound to find a new favorite!
*** THIS BOOK CONTAINS EXCERPTS ONLY ***
This eBook contains excerpts from...
Too Dangerous for a Lady by Jo Beverley
Colorado Silver, Colorado Gold by Terry Irene Blain
Great & Unfortunate Desires by Gina Danna
A Midnight Dance by Lila DiPasqua
A Kiss of Lies by Bronwen Evans
Miss Farrow’s Feathers by Susan Gee Heino
The Seducer by Madeline Hunter
Marrying Miss Shylo by Sharon Ihle
Sonata for a Scoundrel by Anthea Lawson
The Scarred Heir by Denise Patrick
Dark Surrender by Erica Ridley
My Highland Spy by Victoria Roberts
Much Ado about Marshals by Jacquie Rogers
Amber by Lauren Royal
The Harlot Countess by Joanna Shupe
Fortune’s Pride by Michele Stegman
Lachlan’s Revenge by R.L. Syme
Against the Wind by Regan Walker
A Marquess for Christmas by Vivienne Westlake
Madeline Hunter's first romance was published in June, 2000. Since then she has seen twenty-seven historical romances published, and her books have been translated into fourteen languages. Over six million of her books are in print. She is a seven-time RITA finalist, and two-time RITA winner. Twenty-five of her books have been on the USA Today bestseller list, and she has also had titles on the New York Times printed list, Publishers Weekly list, and the Waldenbooks paperback fiction list. She has received four starred reviews in Publishers Weekly, and Romantic Times has awarded twenty-three of her books 4 1/2 stars. Madeline has a Ph.D. in Art History, and until recently she taught at an eastern university. She currently lives in Pennsylvania.