Reviews - Historical

Christian, the disgraced wife of William Lanson, is the heir to the Tirebeck estate in Scotland in 1156. She is a means to an end that Lanson disrespects for her scarred face and infertility. Lanson, a Norman knight and mercenary, takes his troops to fight for possession of lands presented by the King of Scots. Donald and Adam MacHeth, sons of Malcolm, refuse to relinquish the land.

Lady Lillith and Lord Blaze have been in love since they were children and did everything together. Both had dreams of being husband and wife - until that changed when her brother disappeared, and his death was blamed on Blaze’s mother. Rumors spread that she murdered Lillith’s brother and the whole family was witches - including Blaze.

Countess Sophia Tessaro was only seventeen when she planned to run away with her true love, Gaston. However, on the night they were to run away together he never showed. Sixteen years later, Sophia has become the talk of the town. She has everything she could ever want, money, friends, and suitors at her beck and call.

Young Miss Francesca “Cheska” Templeworth watches Adam Fairchild, the second son of the Marquess of Heywood, hoping that he will ask her to dance. Adam has a special nickname for Francesca, Sunshine. The night before Adam leaves to fight in the war in France, he tells Francesca she will find a way to help.

By modern standards, Lord Constantine Kellinggrave would be considered a nerd. He studies butterflies and other species that pollinate plants and flowers. Faith Roth is not a proper lady of the ton, but she has goals.

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