Reviews - Historical

Marcus Berkly is London’s top eye surgeon. But society has a very low view of him. As the son of a murderer, polite society wants nothing to do with him. When a chance encounter leads to him make the acquaintance of Lady Louise, he can’t get her out of his mind. Lady Louise has suffered from cataracts almost her entire life.

The Lyon’s Surprise
Meara
Platt

Cheyne Lyon, Duke of Mar, is suddenly faced with a drenched young woman claiming to be his brother John’s wife. Arriving with a babe in arms, Jenny Bramwell is seeking refuge with the duke. The most important thing to Cheyne is honesty. As he begins to fall in love with Jenny, it is the first time he has ever hoped to discover someone is being false with him.

Allayne Carlyle, heir of Viscount Rose, and Lady Alexandra Davenport have both been avoiding the trap of matrimony, so their parents scheme to set them up at a house party. As both parties arrive, both Allayne and Alexandra individually—and unknown to each other—decide to shake things up and avoid their parent’s insidious set up.

Lady Eugenia Knight is the only girl in a family with five children. Now that all her brothers are married and with her best friend also married, it’s her turn to tie the knot. But being the youngest, it has become more of a chore for her family than anything else. She finds herself the topic of gossip. Graham Tinsley has been helping Eugenia get herself out of trouble for quite some time.

They say that twins should be close, but that couldn’t be further for the truth for Isabella and Olivia Lymington. Isabella is to wed Colin Vaughn, Duke of Larnwick. Olivia is having to act as chaperone until they are married, and when Isabella goes missing, the blame is laid at Olivia’s feet and she is tasked with finding her sister.

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