Books by Lauri Robinson

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Marriage or Ruin for the Heiress

Lauri Robinson’s Marriage or Ruin for the Heiress is the first in her new miniseries The Osterlund Saga.  This book is set in Chicago during the Great Depression and features a hero and heroine who are both determined never to fall in love.  This is a delightful and easy read, with the tiniest b ...

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A Family for the Titanic Survivor

Lauri Robinson’s A Family for the Titanic Survivor has a decent grasp on the times and pretty good research going for it, but the reactions of two of its characters to the tragedy is incredibly implausible, and its lack of true tension works against it in the end. It’s 1912, and Irish immigra ...

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The Flapper's Scandalous Elopement

Nothing really roars in The Flapper’s Scandalous Elopement, a Roaring Twenties romance that is exceptionally wholesome and traditional considering it’s set in an era defined by its hedonism. Jane Dryer is the last flapper standing. Her sisters have gone off and married happily, leaving Jane a ...

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The Flapper's Baby Scandal

Speakeasies, rouged knees and the Charleston are finally old enough to get their due as subjects for Harlequin Historicals, and The Flapper’s Baby Scandal sucks the reader back into the 1920s with a dramatic and fun tale about a G-man and the girl he loves. Betty Dryer and her sisters are searc ...

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The Wrong Cowboy

Sometimes, you just want to read sweet. There are wonderful, wonderful books that are epics, with dramatic storylines and dark villainy, but honestly? I get tired of it. When I’m stressed or exhausted, or have had my sister’s babies in my care for just a moment too long, I want something cute an ...