Reviews - Historical

Train Station Bride
Holly
Bush

Being the plump, unattractive daughter in a family of beauties, Julia Crawford's only chance at marriage is as a mail-order bride. Having secretly corresponded with fifty year-old shopkeeper Jacob Snelling, Julia boards a train for South Dakota, leaving her family in Boston unaware of her plans.

ROMANCING OLIVE
Holly
Bush

Olive was living the life of a "Librarian Spinster" with no surprises left - everything was already planned out for her by a society that had written her out.  She was on the sidelines watching others "live" their life filled with husbands, children and love.  She never thought that a letter asking her to come and rescue her brother's children would change her life and lead her on a path she ne

Francine Larabee is very much a 21st century woman.  Career minded and driven, she has her life planned out perfectly.  But, in the aftermath of a car accident, she wakes to find herself in someone else's body, in the wrong time, and most definitely the wrong place.  Under the care of the forbidding Duke of Roxbury she is surrounded by strangers, bound by rules she cannot comprehend, and drawn

Following the death of his wife, Sir Edward (Ned) Chambers has been celibate for three years. He arrives in London to lease a house for the Season for his seventeen year-old daughter's coming-out. Viscount Ludovic DeVere, Ned's best friend, is keen to see him start living again.

The Reluctant Marquess
Maggi
Andersen

After the death of her parents, Charity Barlow is forced to leave her home and head out to see her godfather, the Marquess of St Malin, whom she’d met only once. Upon arrival, however, she finds out her godfather is dead, and that the title and inheritance of his nephew, Robert, depend on whether or not she marries him. Without prospects, and strangely drawn to Robert, Charity agrees.

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