Books by Jaclyn Reding

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The Adventurer

Egad. Here we go again. Another Scottish historical with badly written brogue. "While ye're aff sleepin' in the grass like a bluidy lamb, Lachlann and I are working our arses off pullin' stones outta tha' scabbert excuse for a field . . . You hinna gathered a single winkle all the day!" No. Not a si ...

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The Pretender

As a title The Pretender has a double meaning. Jaclyn Reding's latest is set (for the most part) in 18th century Scotland on the Isle of Skye and involves a hero who is pretending to be something he is not. But the title also refers to the larger issue of the royal Pretender, Bonnie Prince Charlie. ...

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White Mist

Have you ever wondered what would happen if you crossed a regency-set historical with Jane Eyre? You haven't? Neither had I until I started White Mist, which turns out to be just such a mix. It's an unexpected combination, but it works. In this case, Jane's role is filled by Lady Elean ...

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White Knight

In Jaclyn Reding's White Knight, Grace Ledys and Christian Wycliffe, Marquess Knighton, are thrown together in marriage by her uncle and his grandfather. Grace is sure it will be a marriage full of love and happiness, so she throws herself wholeheartedly into her marriage, doing everything she can t ...

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White Heather

In White Heather, author Jaclyn Reding has brought together many elements beloved by readers of historical romance. There is the beautiful and rugged Highlands of Scotland, peopled by simple folk who love the land. There is England during the Regency era, and those cynical, wealthy members of the to ...