A painter's daughter finds herself pregnant by their artist guest, but it is his responsible brother--who is always cleaning up his brother's messes--who offers to wed her and salvage her reputation.
At Love's Bidding by Regina Jennings (Bethany House) - Late 1800's
While helping with her grandfather's auction house, a young woman accidentally sells a valuable painting, which sends them on a goosechase to the Ozarks, where they purchase a whole auction house to prevent it from moving again. Except, as they discover upon arrival, the auction house doesn't deal in art, but in livestock . . .
Until the Dawn by Elizabeth Camden (Bethany House) - Late 1800's
When a gentleman returns to his family's supposedly haunted estate after a generations-long absence, he is furious with the locals who have used it as a tourist destination. But in spite of his anger, he can't help noticing the woman who reaches out to his young son.
"A Singular and Whimsical Problem" by Rachel McMillan (Harvest House) - 1900's; Herringford & Watts Mysteries, 0.5 (novella prequel)
What begins as a search for a missing cat by a pair of female private investigators turns into a mystery involving suffragettes and the disappearances of several institutionalized "Incorrigible Females."