Reviews - Historical

The Chocolatier
Jan
Moran
WOMEN'S FICTION:  Celina Savoia is having a difficult time getting over the mysterious death of her husband. She decides to take her son to visit his father's family where she spends her time looking after her son and making chocolate. The longer she stays there, the more she believes that her husband had a secret and it is linked to his death.

Citrine Sinclair will do anything to save her clan. She is so close she can almost taste it, and then she finds herself in the hands of a handsome pirate who drives her insane. What she does not realize is that the pirate who has kidnapped her is the man she is meant to marry. Rory Macleod does not know about her either when he takes her. He also holds the key to saving Citrine's clan.

For Delia, having to run through the woods during a storm is a terrifying experience. She needs help for her brother, who lies trapped in their carriage.  She finds herself in front of the DeWolfe castle and it is unclear whether the man inside is more terrifying than the situation she has found herself in. Lord Gavin DeWolfe prefers to be on his own.

WESTERN: Ruth Healy Kimbrough is in a terrible fix. She accidentally overheard a damning conversation and now her no-good, ex-fiancé is determined to put an end to the problem... permanently.  In a frantic race to get away, Healy purchases a train ticket and heads to Montana using her sister’s last name. However, once there, the town folk assume “Mrs.

Raised as the child of the Marischal of Scotland, Elizabeth Keith took her childhood betrothal to an old Laird as her duty to secure peace.  When he suddenly dies, however, Elizabeth finds herself pawned from one son to the next as tragedy strikes. Still, she is determined to find at least a small portion of love in the life she must create.

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