Author: Leanne Tyler

Award winning author, Leanne Tyler lives in the South and her writing reflects her heritage. She writes sensual Southern romances whether historical or contemporary. Leanne’s debut release “Victory’s Gate” was the 2007 American Rose winner of the Through the Garden Gate contest and was released electronically by The Wild Rose Press in December 2007.

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Because of Rebecca

Because of Rebecca
  • 4 Stars
  • Number: 9781612177526
  • Release: 2013-01-24
  • Author: Leanne Tyler
  • Genre: Romance
  • Tags: * Romance: Historical
  • Publisher: The Wild Rose Press, Inc.
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Rebecca Davis promises to raise her dying sister's newborn son as her own. She also agrees to help a female slave reach freedom. It's the right thing to do, but can she trust her fellow conspirators without endangering her future or her son? Her handsome contact, Jared Hollingsworth, won't discuss their mission, but her attraction to him has Rebecca fearing she will endanger not only her freedom--but her heart.

Jared Hollingsworth refuses to use slave labor. Despite this sentiment, he's been able to keep his plantation going, even while mourning the death of his wife and son. Now, thanks to his notorious cousin, Jared is in danger of losing Oak Hill. When he meets Rebecca Davis, he isn't ready to love again, but she may be just what he needs to save his home and his heart. When he discovers Rebecca embroiled in a conspiracy, will he follow his heart and dare to love again? Or will he risk her heart to save his beloved plantation?


Ava - Love Letters

Ava
  • Number: 9781612174808
  • Release: Out Now
  • Author: Leanne Tyler
  • Genre: Romance
  • Tags: * Romance: Historical, * Under 45k Words, * Romance: Sweet
  • Publisher: The Wild Rose Press, Inc.
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Ava Monroe loves matchmaking and even though she promised her best friend John she'd stop, she can't. Determined to find her new friend Jayne a suitable mate, Ava even contemplates matching her with John. John Franklin wishes nothing more than to marry Ava, but she is too engrossed in her mischief to see his love. Taking matters into his own hands, John attempts to foil Ava's match for Jayne by proving love is better left to fate than a matchmaker. Can a clueless matchmaker and a literary scholar find happiness when she breaks her promise to him?