Reviews - Historical

Faith Cameron has been fostered by the Pendray family for a few years. She was rescued by Gray Pendray after her father was executed for treason and her mother committed suicide, and she has never forgotten about him. For the last few years, Gray has been a spy for the Scottish Council. When he comes home, he sees how Faith has blossomed into a beautiful young woman.

Caleb Garrett has injured his shoulder, and it needs stitches. He can either go to the doctor he cannot stand or try his luck with the new doctor, Macy Dallas.  Caleb isn’t that impressed with Macy’s house, but as she sutures his arm, he can’t help but be intrigued by her. Macy explains how she ended up in the tiny town and is just waiting for an internship at a hospital.

The Lady Flyer
Jane
Lewis

Set in Saplingville, Georgia, during the 1930’s, “The Lady Flyer” delivers a captivating tale of grit, determination, and pure stubbornness, as Lisbeth Douglas fights to make a name for herself in a profession that is dominated by men, many of whom believe women have no place around aircraft, let alone flying them. Lisbeth is different.

Cecily Fayrefax is surprised to receive a letter and key from her departed mother upon her 25th birthday. She is further surprised when she is directed to Simon Clarke, a goldsmith who owns a mysterious box her key unlocks. When the pair unites to open the box, they find themselves with more than one mystery to solve, and an undeniable attraction between them, with neither ready to give in.

Paris de Norville has outlived some of his children and now with the loss of his wife Caladora, he is adrift in his grief. Feeling useless and a failure in his old age he contemplates ending his own suffering. Jemma Scott Hage has resigned herself to loneliness in her remaining years as a widow, finding only minimal comfort in visiting her husband’s grave.

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