Storm and Shelter

“A Kiss by the Sea” by Grace Burrowes. Thaddeus Pennrith finds a way to recover from multiple griefs when he accepts the blacksmith's post at Fenwick on Sea. Village life gives him a sense of belonging that Polite Society never could, though he must resume his aristocratic responsibilities soon. Along comes Lady Sarah Weatherby, refugee from an engagement gone badly awry, and Thaddeus is faced with both a compelling reason to reveal his titled antecedents, and a longing to keep them forever hidden. “An Improbable Hero” by Mary Lancaster. When Letty's ship founders in a violent storm, she forges a rare bond with her rescuer. Simon is a troubled man on a final, deadly mission-until Letty makes him question everything. Hiding in plain sight among the refugees at The Queen's Barque, Simon is more than capable of protecting them both. But when the floods recede, can either of them say goodbye? “Lord Stanton's Shocking Seaside Honeymoon” by Cerise DeLand. Josephine is so young. In love with life. His accountant in his work for Whitehall. Her father's heir to his trading company-and his espionage network. Lord Stanton cannot resist marrying her. Far from home, amid a horrific storm, Stanton discovers that his new bride loves him dearly. “The Tender Flood” by Caroline Warfield. Zach knows Patience is far above his touch. But he has been enchanted by her since she raced out of the storm and into the Queen's Barque with a wagon full of small boys, puppies, and a bag of books. When the two of them make their way across the flooded marsh in search of a missing boy, attraction deepens. She risks scandal; he risks his heart. “Wait for Me” by Rue Allyn. Enemies by nature- Esmeralda and Brandon have met and fought before. When a fierce storm creates a chance encounter and forced proximity, Brandon learns the pirate is a woman of serious honor. Esmeralda discovers the naval captain is more than a uniform stuffed with rules. Both love the sea with boundless passion, but can they love each other? Also includes “Before I Found You” by Sherry Ewing. “The Comtesse of Midnight” by Alina K. Field. And “A Dream Come True” by Jude Knight.

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