Dr. Samantha Moore is one of the youngest and most acclaimed researchers in the world. Her specialty is blood, and she has been recruited by the largest pharmaceutical company in Scotland. For what purpose, she cannot begin to imagine, but in an attempt to break out of her painfully shy shell, she throws caution to the wind and leaves her family and best friend behind in Savannah. Dr. Kade Gunnach is taking a chance hiring an outsider, but he's desperate to find out how to help his sister.
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Caseley is the 21-year-old daughter of Teuder Bonython, successful shipyard owner and consul for Mexico. When Teuder falls ill, Caseley takes responsibility for the shipyard, the consulate, and her father's health, but in Victorian England, she must hide her talents in a world dominated by men. Not conventionally beautiful, Caseley also resigns herself to a life without love...until she encounters a half-Spanish captain, Jago Barata.
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Cornwall, 1882. Now owner of her late father's shipyard, Caseley has drifted apart from her husband, Captain Jago Barata. Following the loss and heartbreak they have recently suffered, their marriage is at risk of collapse. When Jago is commissioned to undertake an important voyage to turbulent Egypt, Caseley - convinced she is about to lose him - risks everything by deciding to go with him. Will their marriage survive the dangers they are sailing into - and will they ever make it back to England?
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Santo Innis is developing a revolutionary engine to counter the effects of high-pressure steam. His backer is Richard Vaughan, heir to Frederick Tregarron, owner of the Gillyvean estate. His world is turned upside down by the unexpected arrival at Gillyvean of Melanie Tregarron, Frederick's illegitimate youngest daughter. Desperate to prove the viability of his invention, Santo persuades Richard to let him fit one at Gillyvean's brewhouse.
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Having been deceived by her father and her fiance, Jenefer Trevanion values honesty above all things. After losing her father and her home in a devastating fire, Jenefer supports herself by book-keeping for various businesses in the Cornish village of Porthinnis and acting as agent for the Guernsey merchants who supply local smugglers. But her independence appalls the village’s well-to-do families.
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"Maris, Maris, come inside," her mother called. "I have something for you. Your grandmamma Gigi has invited you to visit her in Paris."
''Oh, that is wonderful!' Maris said. 'I have always wanted to go to Paris."
Pack up with Maris and her chat, Mishi, as they climb the Eiffel Tower, walk the Champs Elysees, ride the Ferris wheel at the Place de la Concorde, and, of course, have tea with Gigi! Maris Goes to Paris is a magnifique adventure for young and old alike.
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