Reviews - Historical

Lady Chloe Walsingham has her head in the clouds, hoping for romance and adventure. When she sets out to find her true love, the Earl of Markwick, her ship is attacked and Chloe must rely on renowned pirate, the Black Regent, to save her. But when she’s in the Black Regent’s arms, she realizes the pirate is really Markwick!

The Fisherman’s Bride
Catherine
Magia

CHRISTIAN:  The woman who would become the wife of Simon Peter, the first Apostle, is never given a name, but in this book, the author gives her a believable story. Readers will be riveted as this unnamed young woman is shunned by her family for choosing a poor fisherman for a husband. As the newlywed couple struggles to survive, their love is tested to the limits.

Virgil Radcliffe has returned from a self-imposed exile to London as the new Marquess of Wallingford. Even after leaving to fight Napoleon he was unable to forget the woman he fell in love with, but upon his return she appears to have vanished from the face of the earth. When he stays in his friend’s house he belatedly realizes that the woman he has been searching for is just a bedroom away.

Attending a ball shortly after returning from finishing school, Emilia Comber is introduced to Felix Turnbridge, Earl of Fennington, who surprises them both by kissing her as they walk in the gardens.  Felix immediately asks Emilia’s father for her hand but he insists that Felix must court Emilia for eight weeks and only then will a proposal be allowed.  Felix, as his alter ego Mr.

Living in the New World is a hard life, but for Catalina Ygnacio it is made even harder by the authorities’ continual harassment of her father, Fernando Ygnacio.  Years of prison followed by continual abuse have broken the once proud man.  Now they are being sent to Valle de Sol to conduct an audit of the colonists of the area.  Before leaving, the Ygnacios are warned that they are not expected

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