Reviews - Historical

Nash O’Keefe must pay retribution for the destruction of Old Callum’s Horn and Hoof Tavern. Callum is his grandfather, and he’s a stubborn old man who has established rules for his tavern. Nash accidentally set the place on fire, and his grandfather has sentenced him to assist the Mackenzie’s Clan in rebuilding their homes.

Set in the late 1780s, this is the story of Sarah Chesney, eldest daughter of Abigail Chesney Tanner. At eighteen, Sarah has decided it’s time to build a life and family of her own. She’s courted by two men, one a common everyday sort, the other, Ben Fitch, the son of the town’s richest man.

Nicholas, Earl of Dowding, is out for revenge against the men who wronged his family. Based on a promise he made to his dying father, Nicholas sets out to systematically avenge these wrongs one-by-one. All goes as planned until he reaches the end of the line, the last man.

Arthur Winterbourne, the Earl of Ettesmere, has been grieving over his wife's passing for several years. His grief has kept him locked up and he abstains from any social endeavors, especially those dealing with courtship. Despite his family’s constant suggestions to be more social and to begin courting again, he feels any new relationship would be a betrayal to his late wife's memory.

Scotland’s Melody
Katie
Stewart Stone

Melody Foster has lacked for nothing - except the ability to choose her own spouse. When her father declares she’ll marry a Scottish lord she’s never met in six months, Melody defies him and cuts ties with her family to marry the man she loves. Unfortunately, without her dowry, her supposed love, Richard, turns on her.

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