Reviews - Historical

REGENCY:  Love is a fickle thing and Colin Lloyd-Jones knows this all too well. Having just broken his engagement to a less-than-faithful fianceé, Colin swears to avoid the season’s distractions at all costs. Love, of course, has other plans—plans that leave him immediately enchanted by one Elizabeth Armistead.

After Elizabeth Bennet rejects him at Hunsford, a brokenhearted Darcy is convinced to travel to Paris during a brief peace between the Napoleonic Wars. The last person he expects to meet there is Elizabeth Bennet. Seizing an opportunity to win his love over, Darcy attempts to woo Elizabeth, only to have war to break out once again.

Lord Somerton’s Heir
Alison
Stuart

REGENCY:  “Lord Somerton’s Heir” opens in England right after the Battle of Waterloo. Isabel discovers her husband, Viscount Somerton, is dead as a result of a misjudged hedge jump when his horse comes home alone. As a childless widow, she is determined to find her late husband’s heir.

Highland Deception
Meggan
Connors

Scotland, 1725

Midnight Caller
Haley
Whitehall

Emma Bennett is a young widow living in Louisville Kentuck in 1865.  Set for income and released from a loveless marriage, she is free to enjoy anything she wants - she is just not sure what that is.  The only thing she is certain of is her refusal to marry the conniving, slimy Mr. Hawthorne.

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