Reviews - Historical

Barrett Falconner Graves, Duke of Hargrieve, is known as the Mad Duke, accused of killing his father and older twin brothers when he was a lad. He too was injured that day, with no memory of what happened. He is annoyed when his aunt appears on his doorstep with two half grown sons, a young daughter, Meredith, and her governess.

Rhys Cadogan, the Duke of Aberdare, is looking for a governess for his troubled niece, Mari. Both are grieving the loss of a father and brother. Rhys is hosting a party at his home to find a wife. Isabella is French by birth and has been working to be a governess since her parents’ death. She does not want to lose her independence and is happy with her job.

Made for the Marquess
Alexa
Aston

Percy is an outstanding army officer who receives word of his brother’s accidental drowning while away from home. He must leave his commission and accept his title as Marquess of Kingston. The war has left Percy with nightmares, and his soul is tortured. He does not believe he will be a good enough husband for any woman.

Pre-World War I, Pine Lake, Wisconsin, was home to three inseparable girls, Betty, Alice, and Lizzie, thinking of their future lives as wives and mothers. Their high school sweethearts return from battle, wounded but alive, and Betty set her sights on Harry during the celebrations after the war to end all wars. Her choice severed her relationship with her best friends.

Noèle finds herself alone, tending her infant, Ophélie, and recalling memories of her husband, Étienne. Even though he perished two years ago, she cherishes memories of their love. The Duret family becomes a haven for her after a privateer ravages her. When the unwelcome Dubois returns, she resists. When the dishonorable Dubois finds the hiddenbaby, he beats Noèle.

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