Reviews - Historical

  As the “Pride and Prejudice” world continues, Charlotte Lucas is now married to Mr. Collins and is living in a comfortable home near Rosings Park. This should be enough for her as she assured her best friend, Lizzy, it would be. But dealing with Lady Catherine de Bourgh, “Pride’s” wealthy benefactress, who is just as self-centered and imposing as ever, makes Charlotte re-think her decision.

England,  1191.  In a country without a king, intrigue is everywhere and no one is what he or she seem.  Derbyshire is under the control of a sadistic new sheriff, and it is whispered he is plotting treason on behalf of Prince John.

The Gangster's Daughter

Maria Donatelli, the daughter of Chicago's notorious mobster Antonio Donnatelli, is thrust into the world of crime by none other than her ruthless father in order to help him bring down his enemy - federal agent, Jack Malone. Although she is distrustful of her father's motives, she is set to meet Jack in a jazz club to deliver a message.

In the costal village of Vigo in 16th century Spain lives a merchant class family who has two beautiful daughters; Serafina (18) and Inez (12).  Their father, Inigo, has occasion to do some trading with a young sea captain, El Rey, (The King) and invites him to dinner.

Amanda L.V.

Lord Guilford Kingsley arrives in France to deliver the sad tidings of an unexpected coaching accident and death of Miss Rhianna Braden's parents,  the curate on the Kingsley estate.  Having been away from England for 18 years, she is requested to accompany Lord Guilford back to her childhood home and is offered the position of governess to his youngest daughter Audra.