Reviews - Historical

When Abigail Riverton decides to flee New York City and the scandal surrounding her family, she travels to England to visit her friend, Delia Wolcott, now married to Lord Carrington. She is accompanied on her trip by Lord Carrington’s younger brother, Hugh Travers. Their crossing isn’t exactly ideal since Hugh is not a fan of traveling by ship.

Dinah’s sister Evie is missing. Rather than accept the constabulary’s theory that her sister has run off to get married, Dinah decides to take matters into her own hands and hire an infamous Bow Street Runner to track Evie down. Unfortunately, Dinah has no idea where to actually find a real Bow Street Runner, and confides her plight to the first man in a red coat.

Morgan de Wolfe has been ordered to undertake a dangerous spy mission. He is to infiltrate and retake Mount Grace, the site of a valuable silver mine, from King John, who himself stole it from Oliver le Marche. Morgan will have to impersonate Gere le Marche, the dead heir to Mount Grace, in order to collect le Marche’s waiting Irish mercenary army.

Knowing the future does not mean there is anything to be done about it. No longer an ordinary librarian, Gwen Fry has been brought back to fifth century Britain by Merlin and has been living as Queen Guinevere for nearly three years. Gwen and King Arthur have managed to bridge their awkward divide to form a happy family in Din Cadan.

Elizabeth Thornwood loves her husband, the Earl of Thornwood, and she knows he loves her too, but she doesn’t understand why he’s left her to a lonely existence in their country estate. Two years later, Elizabeth needs to know where their marriage stands, and while Richard is happy they’re in London, he continues to put space between them.

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