Reviews - Historical

Since his father was hanged for murder, Marcus Berkly has worked to reinvent himself outside the aristocracy. He’s become one of the most talented ophthalmologists in London, and avoids society in favor of spending his time with his patients.

Rebel Colonel Ryan Rourke isn’t the same man he was at the start of the war. He’s earned his reputation as the Gray Ghost, making many enemies in the north, but his first loyalty is to his men, so he has no qualms capturing a group of nuns with nursing experience and taking them to his camp to treat his soldiers.
Priscilla Livingston is a woman who shuns the aristocracy in favor of helping the poor and uses surprisingly adept covert moves to do it. Edmund Hawkins, the Duke Bradenton, is as arrogant and demanding as one might expect in a Regency romance. Yet, with a heart of gold and equal concern for the poor with the means to help, even from the shadows.

When her parents die, Hadley Hampton is made a ward of the Duke of Hardwick. The duke is estranged from his son, Sebastian, who, nonetheless, continues to write to his father. Hadley reads these letters for the duke, and as time goes by, she begins to fall in love with the duke’s son. When Hardwick dies, Sebastian returns to take over as duke.

To save herself from heartache, Lady Katherine Moncrieffe, a thirty-three-year-old widow, has done her best to portray herself as a bluestocking following the loss of her husband, and then her fiancé. She buries herself in books, trying to create the best collection possible for her father.

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