Reviews - Historical

 A by-blow will never find themselves married to anyone of worthy stature, even if she were raised as if she were legitimate. Lilah Rees is just that, the bastard child of an aristocrat father and a poor actress mother. Brought into her father’s home as a child, Lilah’s hope is that society’s ton could overlook her poor parentage, but that is just not the case.

Annie, a young promising lady, is bravely shouldering the responsibility of earning a living after the unexpected sad death of her father. Major Tarrant and his wife invite her to take up a job with them, but she would rather make it all by herself. They had already done enough in offering shelter for her and her father after they came back to Sussex impoverished by the Waterloo battle.

Grace-Brides of New Hope
Jo-Ann
Roberts

WESTERN: Dealing with a bully in the middle of a financial crisis seems one of Widow Grace Donegan’s worst troubles. An assignment from New Hope’s town sheriff, Gray, would seem the least of the things that she needs, but not when it has some financial perks to it.

PARANORMAL: As a young lad, Simon falls for a time-traveling girl. When she mysteriously disappears, he enlists aid from supernatural friends and spends years searching for her. Emma travels through time to visit Simon many times until she finds him in the arms of another woman!

PARANORMAL: Bryce Stirling, arrogant earthy demigod, begrudgingly attends a wedding where he’s dragged into a wager with the roguish Duke Shellington, triton sea god obsessed with tragic Endymion’s unrequited quest for love. The two arrogant demigods bet to win the heart of Wendelin Harlowe, the captivating young lady the demigods met at the wedding or lose their immortality.

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