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  • The Harvesterby Gene Stratton-Porter

    The Floating Press 2012; US$ 3.99

    Many of the protagonists of Gene Stratton-Porter's beloved novels are spunky young women. In The Harvester, the acclaimed author takes on a slightly different subject: a shy, solitary, nature-loving young man who is dedicated to living life on his own terms. Will he ever be able to find a worthy partner who is willing to share his dream? Read The... more...

  • A Modern Chronicleby Winston Churchill

    The Floating Press 2012; US$ 3.99

    Deviating from the long line of strong and stoic male protagonists who featured in his other novels, American author Winston Churchill turns his attention to the fairer sex in the charming novel A Modern Chronicle. Well-born mademoiselle Honora Leffingwell has kept afloat since her father's tragically premature death, but will she ever feel whole... more...

  • Miss Billy Marriedby Eleanor H. Porter

    The Floating Press 2012; US$ 3.99

    The final entry in Eleanor H. Porter's charming Billy series about a young orphan who finds love and acceptance in the family of her late father's college friend, Miss Billy Married concludes the trilogy with an account of the heroine's first few years as a newlywed. Through the ups and downs -- including crossed wires with her new husband,... more...

  • Miss Billy's Decisionby Eleanor H. Porter

    The Floating Press 2012; US$ 3.99

    Orphaned as a young woman, Miss Billy has had to struggle to make her way in the world. After finding a place in the family of her late father's dear friend, William Henshaw, she falls in love with his brother Bertram and helps bring him out of his shell. The two become engaged to be married, and though they are compatible in many ways, Billy begins... more...

  • The Mistress of Shenstoneby Florence L. Barclay

    The Floating Press 2012; US$ 3.99

    Fans of Florence L. Barclay's abidingly popular romance The Rosary should add the author's The Mistress of Shenstone to their must-read list. Written a short time after her breakthrough novel, this engaging romance novel explores many of the same themes and delves into the lives of a number of the characters who were first introduced in The... more...

  • Through the Postern Gateby Florence L. Barclay

    The Floating Press 2012; US$ 3.99

    In the charming romance novel Through the Postern Gate, author Florence Barclay pulls off a seemingly unimaginable feat, combining the intense emotions and roiling passions of a classic love story with unconventional, sharply drawn characters and a pair of unlikely sweethearts. If you're weary of modern cookie-cutter romance novels, give this refreshingly... more...

  • The Upas Treeby Florence L. Barclay

    The Floating Press 2012; US$ 3.99

    Add a dash of passion to the holiday season -- or any time of the year -- with this stirring romance novel from Florence Barclay, author of The Rosary. With a dastardly villain, an intriguing plot, and a swoon-worthy love affair, The Upas Tree is well worth your time. more...

  • The Honey-Potby Helene Barcynska

    The Floating Press 2013; US$ 3.99

    A prolific and popular writer in the early twentieth century, Helene Barcynska was a mysterious figure who eschewed the limelight and created true-to-life, multi-dimensional heroines who sacrificed everything for their art. Maggy Delamere, the memorable protagonist of The Honey-Pot, is a struggling stage actress who wants to make a name for herself.... more...

  • A Mad Loveby Charlotte M. Brame

    The Floating Press 2013; US$ 3.99

    Under a variety of pen names, author Charlotte M. Brame wrote hundreds of romance short stories and novels in the mid- to late-nineteenth century. "A Mad Love" is a wonderful tale of against-all-odds romance that will enthrall fans of classic Victorian-era love stories. more...

  • A Fair Mysteryby Charlotte M. Brame

    The Floating Press 2013; US$ 3.99

    Looking for a romance tale that offers more than lingering glances and chest-heaving sighs? Dig into "A Fair Mystery" by prolific Victorian-era scribe Charlotte M. Brame. This engaging tale offers the best of both worlds: blossoming romance that buds against the unlikely backdrop of a confounding mystery. Whether you're a mystery maven, a romance fan,... more...