Reviews - Historical

WESTERN:  Luke Higgins has no one and now that his best friend is gone, his only purpose in life is to take a locket and message to his friend’s widow.  After a long journey, he finds Molly Fulton struggling to care for her son and the town’s sole restaurant. Unable to abandon her, Luke hires on as her cook, hoping to lessen her worries and fix up a few things.

FAMILY SAGA:  Billy McTaggart grows up in the small town of Diggle, England. He follows in his father’s footsteps as an apprentice tapper—an esteemed job in the post-WWII railroad yard. His girlfriend, Meg, however, is not satisfied with living the working class life. One day, Billy finds something in an abandoned railcar that will change his life forever.


Zacharias “Zach” Armstrong is a career military man in 1874 Texas. His expertise is called for regarding the murder of a local couple—a husband and wife in the employment of Johanna Gunter. While on the scene, Zach finds a baby that he decides to raise himself, earning many raised eyebrows in the social dictates of the time.

Lady Julia Castle is the daughter of a duke and a bluestocking! She is determined to live independently and help those less fortunate. Alonzo, Duke of Pridegate, is home in England after touring the Continent and intends to take up the mantle of his responsibilities. As a famed Verdi baritone there is no shortage of women chasing after him, but it is one woman he wants — Lady Julia.

At only eighteen, Lady Christin de Lohr is already a respected spy among Willam Marsh's recruits. When a plot against Prince John is discovered, Lady Christin accompanies her brother and several knights to discover what is afoot.