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Gentlemen of Mystery

The Gentlemen of Mystery series is a trilogy of Gothic Romance, set in Britain in the late 1820's and early 1830's. It begins with The Housekeeper of Thornhallow Hall, continues with The Marquess of Yew Park House, and finishes with The Gentleman of Holly Street. 

Perfect for lovers of the classic Gothic novels of the nineteenth century, this series will also thrill readers with a penchant for secrets, mystery, fiercely independent heroines, and the heroes who cannot resist them! 

Content Notes:

Mention of suicide

Mention of emotional parental abuse

Threat of sexual assault

Some mild violence

Mention of mental health problems

The Housekeeper of Thornhallow Hall

She arrived as a housekeeper

Will she leave as a countess? 

To some, Thornhallow Hall might be tarnished by tales of vengeance and ghosts, but to new housekeeper Rebecca Merrickson it represents independence and peace from her tumultuous past. Until the estate’s owner, William Reid, the disappeared earl, unexpectedly returns… After clashing with him over the changes she’s made to the house, Rebecca slowly unearths the memories that haunt brooding Liam—and her defiance gives way to a shockingly improper attraction to her master!

Content Notes:

Mention of a character who is a survivor of domestic emotional abuse

Mention of infertility & traumatic birth

Mention of a character(s) dealing with depression, trauma and memory loss  

The Marquess of Yew Park House

A brooding marquess

And a mysterious widow

On the outside Henry Spencer, Marquess of Clairborne, has it all: title, fortune and dashing good looks. Inside he’s haunted by nightmares. Seeking sanctuary at his Scottish estate, his peace is disturbed by a new tenant, widow Genevieve de l’Omont. Her beauty and spirit lead to a growing desire that distracts him from his troubles, but as he unravels a mystery from his past, he discovers Genevieve has secrets of her own… 

Content Notes:

Character suffering from anxiety

Characters having experienced houselessness

Character with childhood trauma

Mild violence

Mention of suicidal ideation

The Gentleman of Holly Street

Will this Christmas...

Change their lives again?

When self-made gentleman Freddie Walton rescued penniless Philomena Nichols at Christmas eight years ago, he never imagined that he would build his empire with her. Yet whilst they have created a life together as friends, Freddie can’t let their special connection become more than that. Not when his dangerous past continues to haunt him… But what happens when Freddie’s feelings for Philomena also refuse to stay hidden?

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