Reviews - Historical

Mallory Metcalf Reynolds has run out of options. Desperate to find a solution to her increasing difficulties in providing for her family, she becomes a mail order bride and sets off on a journey to find, if not love, an unknown, soon to be husband and a secure future.

Twelve years ago, Michael Sarapion began a sea voyage with high hopes and dreams for success. The loss of his wife and daughter in a pirate attack leads him to forsake his God and to walk a path of vengeance.

Despite being beautiful and the Duke’s daughter, Lady Helena Carter, is a verifiable wallflower, is still unwed. No matter how much time passes in the season or how many balls Helena attends, her enjoyment is nearly always killed by Lord Oliver Hunt, the Marquess of Dashville. In the past, Oliver was rude to Helena, who secretly liked him.

A Duel for Christmas
Rosanne E.
Lortz

Lady Maud Worlington was expecting a quiet family Christmas Eve dinner, but her brother changed that by announcing his engagement to Helena. Maud wasn’t excited to meet Helena or her brother, the Duke of Tilbury, Geoffrey Angiers. When she does, not only is she surprised that he is the guardian of Helena but how young he truly is.

Lady Lillian Sandford clings to the pain of her past that has her shunned by society, and yet her hopes for a happy future remain, and her spirit is clearly not broken.

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