Reviews - Historical

Lady Brynne Weston made a pact with her brother’s friend when she was fourteen years old. If they’re not married in ten years, then they will marry each other. Brynne grew up and forgot about the pact until a familiar face returns to claim his bride. Lord Lachlan Campbell has matured into a very sexy and handsome man. But her family would never approve the match so they elope to Gretna Green.

Terin Campbell has been living in fear for the past four years--since she married Goron; however, he doesn’t want her as a wife. Preferring his mistresses, the marriage is never consummated. After his death, her mother-in-law plans to poison her, and ends up ingesting her own poison.

Richard Blackwood has settled in Little Creede. After traveling to bring home his cantankerous granny Zinnia, he is trying to move on and nurse his broken heart. When Evelyn Calhoun, the high society sweetheart who broke his heart, shows up looking for his protection there is no way he can turn her away. Richard will marry and protect Evelyn.

On her own for the first time, Miss Sophie Upchurch is in trouble. She is to be a companion to Lady Parkhurst, but upon arriving in Southampton, learns the lady has passed. Walking back towards the inn, she is robbed and then the sky opens up and she is caught in a torrential rainstorm. Finally arriving, she sees Mr. Henry Meredith, who had ridden the coach with her.

Mrs. Wilhelmina (Mina) Hewitt meets Mr. James Dale at a ball and sparks fly when they touch. Minutes later, her husband, George accuses her of having many lovers. Several men admit to it. Mr. Dale watches them with contempt as they leave the ball. It was merely an act so they could get a divorce so George could marry his sweetheart.