Reviews - Historical

A blood feud has raged between the Drummond and Blair clans for many years. English King William decrees that Shaw Drummond and Caitlin Blair wed in order to restore peace between the two families. It is an ambitious plan that unravels during the feast to celebrate their betrothal.

Country midwife Lilith Chambers is struggling to handle some life-changing revelations. She’s half-sister to a duke who thought she’d died as a child because their father sent her to an orphanage. Now as an adult, two very different men are pursuing her. Reverend Harold Sands is a man Lilith has known for years. He hears her confessions and knows all of her secrets.

Hudson and Laurel Wright are hardworking twins trying to survive, and sharing a strong sibling relationship.  One fateful day Hudson is called away from his job, while covered with coal dust, to discover that he and Laurel are the unacknowledged bastard children of the Duke of Everton.  With the duke’s death, his legitimate children seek Hudson and Laurel out, and accept them into the St.

The Scousers Doreen
Doreen M. Doyle,
Joe Giambrone

NON-FICTION/HISTORICAL/MEMOIR:  Life during the 1930s, through World War II and beyond was difficult for many British citizens, but for many modern younger audiences that life is unimaginable without books like this one. Doreen Doyle recounts the experiences of her extended family, the Scousers, who resided mostly in Liverpool as they endured the war and survived after.

Lady Eve Chandos has lived with her guilt for years. A Yuletide adventure as a child has left Eve with physical and mental scars, and without her twin. Betrothed to the man thought to have saved her life, Eve does everything to appease her father and betrothed with little success. Sir Gabriel Bedford has avoided his brother since that long-ago Yuletide ended in betrayal.

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