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Publication Order of The Jonquil Brothers Books

Friends and Foes (2003)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Kiss of a Stranger (2008)Description / Buy at Amazon
Drops of Gold (2008)Description / Buy at Amazon
As You Are (2008)Description / Buy at Amazon
A Fine Gentleman (2008)Description / Buy at Amazon
For Love or Honor (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Heart of a Vicar (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon

Sarah M. Eden is a published best-selling author.

Sarah first found her passion for historical romance in elementary school, when she read her first novel by Jane Austen. Ever since then, she’s loved all things romance. Perhaps it should come as no surprise that today she writes romances of her own!

The author has a degree in the subject of research and has always been interested in history. She enjoys diving deep into history and finding out new things. She loves writing short stories in addition to novels and has won awards for her short stories and novels. Sarah’s book Longing for Home has been the Gold Medalist Book of the Year from Foreword Reviews in 2013, the AML winner for novel of the year in 2013, a finalist for the Whitney Award, and a best novel of the year and best romance winner of two Whitney Awards in 2014.

Eden’s novel Love Remains also won a Whitney Award in 2017 in the category of best romance. She has been a Foreword Reviews INDIE Award winner in 2018 for Ashes on the Moor, an INDIE Award winner in 2019 for The Lady and the Highwayman, a finalist for the 2020 Holt Medallion, has won the Gold Medal Best of State for her fiction in 2017 and her short fiction in 2018, and has won the Whitney Award three times.

She enjoys combining her passion for writing love stories with her love of all things history. She tries to come up with characters that are layered and complex and romances that you can feel with your own heart that are set against in specific times from history. Sarah loves to go to the local library to go to the reference section and look at the books. She also is married and has children with her husband. She enjoys spending time with her family and their dog.

Sarah M. Eden is the author of the Jonquil Brothers series. The fictional series of novels first began in 2012 with the publication of the debut novel, Friends and Foes. That was followed by another romance in the series, titled Drops of Gold. Check out all of the books and read them in chronological order to get the most out of this series!

Friends and Foes is the debut novel in the Jonquil Brothers series. This story features the main character of Philip Jonquil. Follow along with the Earl of Lampton and all that happens on his adventures!

Philip has spent a total of five years working to track down spies and capture them in England. Now he’s chasing the last target on his list and following his quarry closely. However, once he arrives at an inn for travelers, he quickly finds a foe that he never saw coming. That would be the young lady that goes by the name of Sorrel Kendrick. The woman is outspoken but doesn’t seem to have any regard for him at all.

Sorrel is outraged when a gentleman comes up to her and has the indecency to accuse her of having committed theft. He has not only insulted her name and her character, but he has also made just about one of the worst first impressions that she has ever seen in her life. She is even more irritated later when she attends a party, only to find out that he is also there since they share friends in common.

Sorrel instantly decides that this man is not for her and the two of them quickly declare war against the other. Philip is doing his best to show how much he doesn’t care by switching between acting indifferent to Sorrel and then flirting with her. However, this approach does not seem to work as quickly he discovers that he actually does enjoy being around her much more than he ever would have guessed.

Sorrel is also finding that Philip is not as off-putting as she initially found him to be. In fact, there is something endearing about him that is quickly making her like him and his strange manner. The two have declared war on the other, but can Philip resist falling for Sorrel? Can he track down the spy he’s been after and profess his feelings to this enchanting young woman who has stumbled into his life? Read this first romance novel in the series to find out!

Drops of Gold is the second novel in the romantic Jonquil Brothers series written by author Sarah M. Eden. If you loved all of the romantic suspense of the first story, then be sure to check out this second installment and find out what happens!

Main character Marion is devastated when her father dies, but she also has to face up to a new problem. She’s completely broke now and without any cash on hand, she comes up with the only answer that she knows how to pursue and that’s to begin again. It’s her only option now.

Marion starts a double life and transforms herself into someone completely new. She is now Mary Wood, a regular woman that works as a governess. She has a brand new identity and also a fake letter of recommendation to use to get to wherever she wants to go. Servitude is easy to find as she becomes the caretaker and teacher of Caroline Jonquil, in Farland Meadows.

The Meadows seems like it could be a dream, until she realizes that Caroline is lonely and needs some hope in this isolating home that has a coldness from the past still clinging to it. Marion is cheerful and so uses her sunniness to brighten up the household as well as the lives of those who live there.

Meanwhile, Layton Jonquil has long been upset about the loss of his wife and the rumors around her passing. But he’s still attracted to Marion and the governess’s brightness has lit up his dark heart. As they grow closer, he believes she may be the one for him. But can he overcome the past in order to pursue his love for Marion? Read this romance to find out!

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