Reviews - Historical

Along the Way Home
Christi
Corbett

WESTERN:  "Along the Way Home" chronicles the physical and emotional journey that a young woman takes when her father decides to move their family from Virginia, across the country to Oregon Territory. 

In 1863 Daniel Malburn, while  still a teenager,  decides to join the confederate army along with his buddies. Nothing has prepared them for the atrocities they have to endure. Daniel’s memories of his sweet love, Annie, keeps him going.

WESTERN:  Rose Devlin has a gift - she can heal with her mind.  Every time she has used that gift, however, it has brought her only ridicule and scorn.  She retreats to her brother's ranch to live, where it's peaceful and quiet - until half-breed cowboy Choctaw Jack shows up.  He unsettles her like no man has ever done bef

Music For My Soul
Lauren
Linwood

MEDIEVAL:  Madeleine Bouchard had escaped!  She was finally free of her abusive husband.  Now if she could just stay hidden, she may just live another day!  Fate seldom bows to one’s will, however.  Madeleine joins a group of mummers and, with her beautiful singing voice, finds a life of contentment - until the nobleman she duped wh

What Lies Behind
Cynthia
Hill

Teacher Lisa Sullivan is a busy young woman:  she juggles a friend's upcoming wedding, a boyfriend struggling to move up the corporate ladder and a mother who always seem to clash with her.

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