Little Peach Lies (Orphan Dreamer Saga, #9)

Little Peach Lies (Orphan Dreamer Saga, #9)

by J Nell Brown
Little Peach Lies (Orphan Dreamer Saga, #9)

Little Peach Lies (Orphan Dreamer Saga, #9)

by J Nell Brown



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OUTLANDER and DOWNTON ABBEY fans will adore LITTLE PEACH LIES―a PG historical (time-travel) romance and the ninth installment of the ORPHAN DREAMER SAGA set against the backdrop of Scotland's famed Saint Andrews University and the Queen of England's Scotland residence, Palace of Holyroodhouse.


Charlotte Cairstine McDonald, the soon-to-be Duchess of the Isles of Caithness, is about to learn that even in 1967, it's dangerous to be born a royal. Especially if that royal—a.k.a. Charlotte—is hiding a secret . . . one that could end her engagement to a dreamy English duke.


While alone on Saint Andrew's seaside bluff, Charlotte drifts into sleep and is transported from her 1960's reality to 1567 Scotland―an era when her secret would have guaranteed a trip to the executioner's dungeon. 


Charlotte encounters her great ancestor, Queen Mary of Scotland, who sounds a dire warning to her future heiress. But will Charlotte solve the clue before she loses her head no differently than Queen Mary?


The stakes are much higher than Charlotte realizes—beyond her stained reputation or abandonment by the royal family. History might be irreparably changed.

Even if Charlotte survives the Dark Ages, a real and present threat still exists that can derail the future Orphan Dreamer's mission to help humanity and find her essential sidekick—her kindred-spirit Emmaline, Charlotte's future daughter.


Brew your favorite tea and snuggle up with an historical (time-travel) romance: LITTLE PEACH LIES, the fifth short story (episode nine) in the Orphan Dreamer Saga.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940164365721
Publisher: J Nell Brown
Publication date: 03/05/2021
Series: Orphan Dreamer Saga
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: eBook
File size: 873 KB
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