Reviews - Historical

The Song of Love
Meara
Platt

Violet Farthingale never imagined she would marry for any other reason besides love. Unfortunately for her and Captain Romulus Brayden, they become betrothed after a bee attack places them in a compromising situation.

Scottish lass, Freya, has been in love with English Knight Charles de Grey since the moment she set eyes on him. Even though he initially mistook her for a loose woman, she still carries a torch for him. Unfortunately, he is handsome, resolute and steadfast in his duty to protect Lady Catherine.
The Cursed
Cathy
MacRae

After the death of her fourth betrothed, Scottish maid Rosaline realizes she must be cursed. Every man who has asked for her hand in marriage has been led to an early grave. As the daughter of Chief Johnstone in Medieval Scotland, her only expectation in life is to tie herself to a worthy suitor.

Jessica Brentwood has a few skeletons in her closet. Her father—a vicar, no less—disgraced the family and left London years earlier. Since then Jessica has had serious doubts she would ever find a suitable or willing husband. But Jessica has spunk and travels to London to the festivities to seek her fate.

Cultivating A Fuji
Miriam
Drori

Martin is awkward, shy, introverted to the extreme—the quintessential computer geek. But he’s beyond normal. That’s because he suffers from social anxiety disorder, unable to speak to people or even talk on the phone. “Computers were his close friends, almost extensions of himself.” His employer tolerates his “weirdness” because he’s so good at what he does.

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