Reviews - Historical

REGENCY:  Sergeant Bink Gibson cannot wait to head for India and the chance at prosperity, and to say goodbye to his old life forever. His plans are thwarted, however, when he is summoned to the deathbed of his father, the Earl of Shaldon. Bink is reluctant to accept any of his inheritance. He is a self-made man and doesn’t want his father meddling with his life, even from his deathbed. 

MEDIEVAL:  Joanie is a servant who has known nothing but fear in her life. Sold from one ruthless master to another, the latest is the cruelest one yet —cold and merciless Randolph Tweed, an English merchant.  However, Randolph Tweed is not what he seems. In reality, he is Alec MacVie, a Scottish spy, rebel and seer, who first saw Joanie in his dreams.

REGENCY:  Reese Taggart wants to escape his past. He decides to travel to a plantation he won in card game after surviving a duel. When he gets on the ship, he meets Circe Hayhurst and she immediately gets his attention. Circe wants to have a family, a loving husband and children.

Helena has always had visions.  She has kept this ability a secret, fearing the reaction of others. When her latest warns that her own life is in danger she escapes to the Highlands. Logan MacKenzie is the one to rescue Helena from a snowstorm.  He has vowed to protect her,  and his feelings for her deepen as time goes on.

An Unsuitable Duchess
Kathleen
Buckley

Ann Sinclair is an independent-minded young woman with skills in healing.  After the death of her guardian, she travels to London to live with his sister as was the custom in those days.  Ann’s birth and parentage are shrouded in mystery, which makes her an unsuitable match in English Society back in the 1800’s.

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