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Tears of Gold

by Laurie Mcbain

|August 1, 2011

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New York Times bestselling author and Reviewers' Choice Award-winner Laurie McBain has sold more than 11 million copies of her romances around the world with lush, epic storytelling that has made her a favorite among generations of readers. She has sworn never…read more

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The epic New York Times bestselling Civil War era romance by Laurie McBain IN A WORLD BENT ON KEEPING THEM APART, CAN TWO LOST SOULS FIND LOVE? Virginia, 1860. For Leigh Alexandra Travers, life at her family's Virginia plantation is a paradise of summer picnics…read more

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A glorious romp through Elizabethan England and the Caribbean from beloved bestseller Laurie McBain INTRIGUE, TREACHERY, HIGH SEAS ADVENTURE, AND FIERY PASSION West Indies, 1571. Shipwrecked on an island for most of her young life, Lily Christian is rescued by…read more

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The New York Times bestselling Dominick trilogy continues with even more swashbuckling shipboard romance! GEORGIAN HISTORICAL ROMANCE Lady Rhea Claire, the alluring daughter of a powerful duke, is ruthlessly stolen from her father's English country estate and…read more

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Laurie McBain's classic bestselling Dominick saga "Now you can see how easily an ill-spoken word can cast doubt on or even destroy the feelings we thought inviolate," Dante warned her. "Never let anyone turn you against me, Rhea. Promise me that." Newly-wed,…read more

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The beloved New York Times bestselling Dominick Trilogy Rhea blinked in disbelief. "What an insufferable man you are. And whether you are, as you would have me believe, a marquis, or whether you are a tinker, I would still find you the rudest, most vulgar…read more