Reviews - Historical

Meggie has escaped from the husband who has been battering her and broke their son’s arm. She’s taken both children to look for her grandmother, a member of the Ojibwa tribe. They come across a house while searching, whose owner is gone, so Meggie takes advantage of the situation because her daughter, Lena, has a fever and it is too cold to stay outside.

WESTERN:  Ella's neighbor, Walter, is a loving man who gives her the opportunity to work with horses on his ranch. When Walter is killed and the will is read, it comes to light that he is leaving equal halves of the ranch to Ella and his ranch hand, Titus. This is when it is learned that Titus is Walter’s nephew from back East.

WESTERN:  Jane Dority disappears one rainy night after practicing horseback riding tricks with her best friend, Lewis.

Lady Chloe Walsingham has her head in the clouds, hoping for romance and adventure. When she sets out to find her true love, the Earl of Markwick, her ship is attacked and Chloe must rely on renowned pirate, the Black Regent, to save her. But when she’s in the Black Regent’s arms, she realizes the pirate is really Markwick!

The Fisherman’s Bride
Catherine
Magia

CHRISTIAN:  The woman who would become the wife of Simon Peter, the first Apostle, is never given a name, but in this book, the author gives her a believable story. Readers will be riveted as this unnamed young woman is shunned by her family for choosing a poor fisherman for a husband. As the newlywed couple struggles to survive, their love is tested to the limits.

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