Reviews - Historical

Ella is in a drug-induced fog, and has been for some time now. She is desperate to escape her brother-in-law and his wife, who are keeping her locked away. When she learns that Alex, a man from her past, who has never been out of her heart, is near, Ella has to find him and plead for his help.

Whitney Crewe is young, talented, rich and unmarried.  As a woman in the higher echelons of society in the Regency period, she has a single-minded determination to stay that way.  Her plans for her life do not include being saddled with a loveless marriage to an overpowering husband, no matter what society demands.  Lord Acton knows that it is time for him to marry.  To that end, he has propose

The Devil of Dunmoor

Ethan Standish, the eccentric fourth Duke of Dunmoor, believes he needs nothing more than medical books and his friend, William. One blustery day, Mrs. Catherine Kirkcaldy arrives on his doorstep. His once-friend but now bitter enemy, Earl MacLendon, is dead and Ethan is the guardian of his children and she is their governess.

WESTERN:  Violet Webster is on a mission to find her California gold miner father to save her sisters from a forced marriage. Left broke and penniless by their gambling uncle, the only way she can get to California is to travel as a mail-order bride. Her betrothed is the richest man in the California territory, Earl Sutherlin, a man more than twice her age. The kicker?

The Captain’s Daughter

At the tender age of thirteen, Janey, the daughter of a wealthy merchant captain, found herself in a perilous position when both her parents died. To survive, she entered the maze of housekeepers and lords. As an adult now, she holds the position of lady’s maid. She is fond of her position but finds herself falling for the son of the lord and lady.