Reviews - Historical

A mysterious illness is sweeping the land, and Gus, Laird of Caithness Castle, is desperate to save his people. His only hope is to kidnap Sybilla, an English woman with reputed mystical powers strong enough to stop the illness in its tracks.  The only problem?

Sir Christopher “Kit” Emory met the lady of his dreams on the day tragedy befell the royal court. One chance meeting with Lady Alys de Montfort seals both their hearts, but with the death of the Queen, Alys returns home to study and Kit goes on to marry his betrothed. Many years later, his mother falls ill and he seeks out Lady Alys. On his way, he is attacked by bandits and nearly killed.

Divine Gamble

Maisy Macoubrie has been in hiding since she witnessed her former lover murder her father in cold blood. She seeks refuge with her aunt in order to raise her son, and Maisy travels the circuit dealing faro in saloons to provide for her boy and keep the cold-blooded killer away. When she saves a gunman in an alley, it changes everything.

Closed Hearts

Lady Grace is hiding from her vile uncle, the Duke of Chesham. An impromptu scheme hatched by her cousin Beatrice has her pretending to be a French seamstress at Greystone Hall. However, the few vulgar phrases of French she knows are hardly a good disguise and her tendency to see ghosts does not help.

Sylvia Stafford has long since given up on love. After her father’s suicide ended  her hopes of marriage and family, she is seeking simply to be content. Her position as governess to a kind family has to be enough — and it is, until her past love's sister desperately seeks Sylvia's help. Colonel Sebastian Conrad is hiding from the world after being wounded during the Sepoy Rebellion.