Books by Brenda Hiatt

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The Runaway Heiress

The Runaway Heiress is a Marriage of Convenience story, a plot that usually works well for me. Unfortunately this one didn't. Undine Moore, called "Dina" by everyone, is the victim of one of those pesky Will stipulations: she must marry before her 25th birthday, in four days, or control over he ...

B-
Innocent Passions

Brenda Hiatt's latest release, Innocent Passions, showcases her ability to weave a tale of romantic intrigue into a Regency setting that is far more than wallpaper. With a little more work on the characters and their interactions, this author's work could ascend from pleasant distraction to true del ...

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A Rebellious Bride

Quinn Peverill is the daughter of a wealthy American merchant. Her mother was of an excellent English family, which gives her an entrée into British society. Quinn's father is anxious for his daughter to be accepted by society, and it would be good for business if she made a respectable match. Quin ...

C
Rogue's Honor

Rogue's Honor is neither a bad book nor a good book - it's just kind of there. The characters are a little lackluster, and the plot is all over the place. Every time it's in any danger of becoming truly interesting, it invariably takes a different, duller turn. Lady Pearl Moreston, daughter of a ...

B
Ship of Dreams

I hope I won't need my fire extinguisher, but here goes - I found the romance in Titanic to be contrived and artificial. So when I began this book, a romance set aboard another real life doomed sea voyage, I wasn't sure what to expect. Thank goodness Brenda Hiatt created the characters of Kent and D ...

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Scandalous Virtue

Scandalous Virtue is a romp of a historical romance set in the Regency which offers a twist on the old theme of the rake and the innocent. Here we have an incorrigible hero who needs to clean up his act and a respectable heroine who is determined to dirty hers. Jack Ashecroft is both a war hero a ...