Reviews - Historical

The 25th Hour
Jaye
Garland

PARANORMAL/TIME TRAVEL:  Houston architect Sheridan Wells accidentally falls through the fabric of time in a way that keeps the reader searching for the cause as much as the character does!  In 1877,  Alexander Reed morns the death of his departed wife, locking away his heart when Sheridan

Nessia Stephenson is betrothed to William MacKay. Although she would prefer living on her own land, she must marry for security and protection. Yet no matter how much she accepts William, it is his older brother and clan chief, Fergus, that has her love. When a rival clan threatens the MacKays with war she fears for Fergus's safety and is torn between her duty and her heart.

A Murder in Auschwitz
J.C.
Stephenson

MYSTERY:  "A Murder in Auschwitz" is the story of Jewish lawyer Manfred Meyer.  Beginning in 1929, the novel follows Manfred from the beginning of his career through the next decade and a half, bringing the reader to the actual setting of story - a concentration camp in Poland in the midst of the Second World

The Shrew That Tames
Michelle
Stegman

Lord Ashfair, Ash for short, is in dire straits.  The family estate is in ruins, his money depleted and no matter how deeply he wants to correct the mistake he can think of nothing, except to marry an heiress.  But the few prospects in that area are already deluged with willing suitors.  Unless....

Wolf's Castle
Madelyn
Hill

GOTHIC:  Vivian Stuart barely escaped with her life when a violent storm at sea killed her father and washed her ashore - and into the arms of the most fierce, angry man she has ever seen.  Begrudgingly taking her to his castle on the small island, Laird Galen Maclean insists she will only be staying until the

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