Reviews - Historical

Dangerous Secrets
Caroline
Warfield

REGENCY:  “Dangerous Secrets” takes place in Italy in the 1820s, and the book makes good use of its setting, describing Rome in vivid detail, and adding in the conflict between the various city-states and the frequent power struggles, creating a turbulent environment for the heroine, Nora Haley.

The Persuasion of Miss Jane Brody
Isabella
Hargreaves

Jane Brody has an uphill climb to convince people of women’s rights.  Educated and poised in the running of her life and her father’s household, Jane is years ahead of her time.

Kendra Murdoch is in trouble. Left to raise her nephew and two nieces after her sister is murdered by her husband, Kendra must protect the children from their father and run a café in Radford Crossing to support her family.

Matthew and Alex Graham have endured so many trials, lesser mortals might throw in the towel. Book Seven of the Graham Saga is no different. Charlie, Matthew’s nephew, is serving a life sentence as an indentured slave.

“To Catch a Falling Star” is book eight in The Graham Saga. It opens with twin stories - the first of which features Alexandra bidding goodbye to her adult children and grandchildren to travel with her husband Matthew to Scotland.

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