Best Historical Romance Books

Nearly a Lady by Alissa Johnson

When Lord Gideon Haverston learns his family has a ward who’s been ignored for years, he heads off to Scotland. But Miss Winnefred Blythe isn’t easily impressed by Gideon — or eager to learn how to be a lady… 
A “humorous gem” (RT Book Reviews) and All About Romance writes praise for the “witty repartee” between the main characters.

The woman makes the man…

Winnefred Blythe learned at a young age to make do with very little. After the death of her father, she taught herself to live on a pauper’s allowance—until a charming visitor promises her the funds that had been stolen from her through the years. But Freddie isn’t comfortable with the trappings of money—or the attentions of a handsome stranger from London…

But can a man make a lady?

After the war, Lord Gideon Haverston resolved to never again burden himself with the troubles of others. Still, he was expecting to be greeted as a hero by the beautiful, if eccentric, young woman his stepmother cheated out of house and home, not suspected as a conspirator. Indeed, the situation is more complicated than Gideon had expected—and the task of taming Winnefred Blythe much more alluring…

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