Reviews - Historical

Under a Sunburnt Sky
Lilly
Mirren

Nacha and her family are busy going about their daily lives in Warsaw, Poland, when a dark cloud hits the town. The arrival of the Nazis and their evil agenda of segregating the Jews in ghetto settlements throws Nacha’s family in great despair. They think their lives are over when they find themselves within the confinement of the concrete walls of the ghetto.

Lady Edith is between a rock and a hard place. Due to foolish behavior on her part, the London season is nearly over and she remains without a suitor in sight. Her father will have none of it, and so she madly pours out her feelings in her music. Griffin Paxton, the Earl of Eastern, is drawn to Edith like a moth to a flame. But she is a woman full of passion and is all wrong for him.

A widow, Lady Delia Fitzwallace, has settled with her three children in Ashmead, putting distance between herself and her overbearing father-in-law, the duke. Country life offers freedom until she comes face to face with the ever so proper Earl of Clarion - her landlord and neighbor! David doesn’t know what to make of Delia.

Klint St. John is content working as the local bank teller in the small town of Tonica, Texas… Until the day Miss Varina Carroll walks through the doors. Suddenly, his world changes and he has no idea how to reconcile his future with the past he so desperately needs to leave behind. Varina knows her father is dying.

The Pirate Duchess
Rue
Allyn
Esmeralda Crobbin and Brandon Gilroy’s fates collide one night as he helps rescue her from a dirty brawl. Little does he know, however, that the sunset-haired beauty is really the infamous Irish Red.

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