Reviews - Historical

Those who fought in the Battle of Waterloo come home with both visible and invisible scars. Anthony is a major in the Army and lost his older brother - and his arm. With the loss of his brother, Anthony is now the heir to the Dukedom and now he must marry Lady Arabella. Lady Arabella does not want to marry anyone, and refuses to be a man’s property.

WESTERN: Set in 1890 Montana, young Laine sets out to find her biological father. She had lost her mother at birth and now, grown, hopes to connect to a father she never knew. Instead, she finds more than she bargained for. Forced to run away in fear, she finds herself in Idaho and at the farm of another family torn by heartache and tragedy.

Heirs of Falcon Point
Traci Hunter Abramson, Sian Ann Bessey,
Paige Edwards, and A.L. Sowards

It was the early days of World War II, and Leopold Lang had a choice to make. Austria was under the control of Nazis, and he is a widower with three young children. He and his son stashed the family wealth and prepared to flee Austria. Tragedy unfolds and the children are separated, each beginning anew in different countries, and each believing the others perished.

After a passionate courtship, an eight-year marriage, and two rambunctious children; Azalea and Eric, Viscountess and Viscount Trench, drift apart. So when Eric interrupts a private moment between his wife and a man she's just drenched with tea, they both believe an attempted love affair has come to a disastrous end.

Deception – Deception, Book 1
Kathryn
Scarborough

WWII FICTION: On the cusp of WWII, English MI5 Analyst Ian Richardson falls head over heels in love with and marries the beautiful and ambitious German filmmaker, Elsbet von Ripenhoff. Realizing war is imminent; Ian desperately wants his wife to return to England for the safety of her and their infant daughter.

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