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Manda Collins
Manda Collins spent her teen years wishing she'd been born a couple of centuries earlier, preferably in the English countryside. Time travel being what it is, she resigned herself to life with electricity and indoor plumbing, and read lots of books. An affinity for books led to a graduate degree... show more

Manda Collins spent her teen years wishing she'd been born a couple of centuries earlier, preferably in the English countryside. Time travel being what it is, she resigned herself to life with electricity and indoor plumbing, and read lots of books. An affinity for books led to a graduate degree in English, followed by another in Librarianship. By day, she works as an academic librarian at a small liberal arts college, where she teaches college students how to navigate the tangled world of academic research. A native of coastal Alabama, Manda lives in the house her mother grew up in with two cats, sometimes a dog, sometimes her sister, and more books than strictly necessary.
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Wit and Sin
Wit and Sin rated it 5 months ago
Reviewed for Wit and Sin One for the Rogue is a bit difficult for me to review. There are some things I liked about this book. Gemma’s passion for geology and the struggles she faces to be taken seriously are what drew me into the book at the start. And I also really enjoyed the fact that Cam shar...
Rendezvous With A Romance
Rendezvous With A Romance rated it 5 months ago
A cute story about a head-strong and independent woman set on staying unmarried and focusing her life on her geology field, and one equally stubborn male geologist that can’t help butting heads with her every time they meet. The story had adventure, a murder mystery, a theft that needed to be solve...
JoRead
JoRead rated it 6 months ago
Second book in the series, this story is centers on Lady Daphne Forsyth, a unique woman trying to find her place in a world that doesn’t seem to understand her, and Dalton Beauchamp, the Duke of Maitland, the man that falls for her. The suspense aspect of the story was ok, I mean, it kept me enterta...
TLCMom582
TLCMom582 rated it 10 months ago
This isn't my preferred genre, but I think I went in with an open mind. I do enjoy historicals and it was a nice change of pace for me. I also learned several new words!The thing I liked most about Wallflower Most Wanted had to be the heroine. She, as well as the other heiresses in the book, was an ...
Danielle's Reading Adventures
Danielle's Reading Adventures rated it 10 months ago
Add a beautiful young painter and a handsome vicar who's a duke's son, throw in a dash of murder, and a sprinkle of art forgery, a Trumpian faux populist character, and there you have it.This was enjoyable with clever writing and likable characters, but I felt like I had to keep putting it down. Cou...
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