Reviews - Historical

Theodosia “Theo” Jordan has spent the last eight years living with Aunt Sally and Uncle Jim in Atlanta since the death of her parents. Now, just a few weeks from turning twenty-one, she is poised to inherit the estate her uncle has held in trust for her since their death.

Promising an old friend that he would look out for the man’s younger sister, Lord Stephen Stanhope sets out to find Lady Maryann Beresford, an impetuous adventurer on a quest to visit her older sister in Vienna. When Lady Mary’s traveling companion disappears, the young woman is distraught to find that no one in the small Swiss Alps Inn will support her claim.

Miles Notley, middle son of the Duke of Winslow, is banished from his home at the tender age of ten for a crime he didn’t commit. Having graduated Turner Academy and served as a Captain in the military, Miles is now on his way home, as the new Duke, following his father and brother’s demise. Emery Jensen is the daughter of Wildwood Estates’ failing caretaker.

Lady Jane Marsden is the belle of the ton, but she wants to marry for love. Respectful of her duty as the Earl of Worcester’s daughter, she refuses to marry for less, even though her father would have her marry a Duke. Broken-hearted twice already, she’s determined to find her true love no matter the cost. The third time must be the charm!

The Inns of Devonshire (Timeless Regency Collection Book 18)
Sally Britton, Annette Lyon &
Deborah M. Hathaway

ANTHOLOGY: In the first of these three novellas, “The Seventh Star Inn”, Susan Baxter and her mother view their neighbors in Totnes as family, but when a new landlord inherits the leases, they worry Collin Stonecroft will overlook the history and focus on change. Then in “The Truth About Mr.

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