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    The Merchant and The Rogue.

    London, 1865 Vera Sorokina loves reading the Penny Dreadfuls and immersing herself in tales of adventure, mystery, and romance. Her own days are filled with the often-mundane work of running the book and print shop she owns with her father. The shop offers her the freedom and income to employ and protect the poverty-stricken Londoners she’s come to care about, and it gives her father something to do other than long for their hometown of St. Petersburg. She is grateful for the stability in their lives, but she often feels lonely. Brogan Donnelly was born and raised in Ireland, but has lived in London for several years, where he’s built…

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    Gentleman Jim

    Welcome, fellow reader. If ever there was a book that does NOT need an introduction, I believe it is Gentleman Jim… unless you have had your nose stuck in a book for the last few months… which is also quite possible. If you have been here even a short time, you know how much of a Mimi Mathews fan I am. Her depiction of the Victorian woman is about as perfect as you will find in a Victorian setting for a modern reader. When I saw her new release, Gentleman Jim, was a bit of a Count of Monte Cristo retelling, I squealed with delight. As a child, we watched…