Books by Bonnie Dee

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The Gentleman's Madness

The Gentleman’s Madness has an incredibly gripping hook. One of the heroes is in a mental asylum because he’s gay, and the other is an attendant there. I don’t usually read ebooks, but I bought this one (and downloaded the software to access it) because after reading the synopsis, I had to fin ...

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The Nobleman and the Spy

I’ve definitely been in a M/M historical kick recently. I blame K.J. Charles. But I’ve already finished all (but one!) of those, so I was looking to branch out a bit. And then I found this one. Jonathan Reese, hero number one, is a former soldier and now a spy for England. Hero number two is one ...

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New Life

Sometimes an author takes a risk, and has me hooked. This happened with Bonnie Dee’s new romance New Life, which features a hero with a mental disability. When I discovered that the first pages of the book were actually told from said hero’s point-of-view, my surprise doubled. Would it work? It ...

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A Hearing Heart

A Hearing Heart is set at the turn of the twentieth century. Catherine Johnson’s fiancé has died off the coast of Cuba and she has fled her life in White Plains, New York to be the only schoolteacher in rural Nebraska. Her mother wishes her back home, but despite the country way of life, with its ...

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The Countess Lends a Hand

The Countess Lends A Hand is the sequel to the great The Countess Takes A Lover. In it, we meet Cecile, Madame La Comtesse’s lady’s maid, and Sir Nathaniel, a knighted war hero. Cecile sees a shadowy form of Nate from a distance at one of Meredith’s dinner parties and her heart finds a mate in ...

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The Countess Takes a Lover

Though many readers have discovered e-book gems, there's still a stigma attached to authors e-published. Many believe that being e-published is just one short step up from self-publication. I’m not going to try to convert readers to e-books as a quality addition to their romance book sources, but ...