Recent Reviews

The Detective Duke

When Hudson Stone finds himself inheriting a dukedom, he has to change the way he has always acted. His harsh, icy personality, necessary for a Chief of Scotland Yard, was far from what was expected of a duke, however, Lady Elysande Collingwood, the previous Duke of Wycombe’s betrothed, thinks that it will be perfect for their future relationship.

A Dangerous Scheme

Guy Stewart decides to quit working as a Bow Street Runner to become an agent of the Crown. He is sent to his toughest assignment yet, to investigate about an illegal trade union in Anmore; nevertheless, when he arrives he finds out that not everything is black and white, and there may be a reason behind the union.

Duke of Madness

When Miss Julia Wallace walks into the handsome Duke of Elmhurst, she immediately falls for him; however, for some reason, he thinks that she stole his lucky pocket watch. To correct this wrong, Mrs. Rutley, headmistress of the School for Young Women, suggests that she could accompany him at the party he was hosting and where she should be his new lucky charm during the negotiations.

After her parents pass away, Rebecca steps up to take guardianship of her special needs younger brother, Drew. Needing a fresh start, Rebecca and Drew move to Granite Cove where she opens a flower shop. While having a few friends helps to distract Rebecca from the pain still lingering in her heart, all of her focus centers around protecting and caring for Drew.

The IED that ended his career didn’t just leave Vann with a few scars and bad memories; it took such a big piece of his heart, soul, and body that Vann is left feeling as though he can never be made whole again. All that changes when he sees the brave Nakina, charging down a quiet Texas street, and straight into his heart.