Reviews - Historical

Alice, Betty, and Lizzie have been best friends for as long as their adventurous minds can remember. As the Spanish Flu sweeps through their homes, Harry and Fin are on their way to their homes in Pine Lake after serving their time in the war. Nothing would make Alice happier than getting married to Harry. However, one of her best friends has her eyes and heart set on him. Is it Betty?

Tresta D’Mearc is angry and heartbroken. Her husband and love of her life, Teague D’Mearc, Lord Dorstone, has chosen to answer His Majesty’s call to arms. Teague leads his knights into battle, not to defend their home, but to join King Richard’s Crusade for the Holy Land. Tresta knows she will never see her husband again if they are separated.

In 1857 London, Alice Loughton, a young, shy, and at times socially awkward woman, is going into her first season. Her brother, Oliver, wants Alice to find a husband. As Alice goes to the required social events, she is terribly uncomfortable. She is incredibly shy and finds she has a problem—her brother's longtime best friend Frederick Kempton.

Marcus Berkly is London’s top eye surgeon. But society has a very low view of him. As the son of a murderer, polite society wants nothing to do with him. When a chance encounter leads to him make the acquaintance of Lady Louise, he can’t get her out of his mind. Lady Louise has suffered from cataracts almost her entire life.

The Lyon’s Surprise
Meara
Platt

Cheyne Lyon, Duke of Mar, is suddenly faced with a drenched young woman claiming to be his brother John’s wife. Arriving with a babe in arms, Jenny Bramwell is seeking refuge with the duke. The most important thing to Cheyne is honesty. As he begins to fall in love with Jenny, it is the first time he has ever hoped to discover someone is being false with him.

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