Reviews - Historical

Holly married when she was only 17 years old and was ignored by her husband. Her husband is killed when he goes off to war. Holly never truly knew her husband and has no desire for love, or to remarry. Joshua is the handsome army captain Holly has been avoiding.  When Holly’s family tries to force her to read the Book of Love, she decides to hide it with Joshua.

Lady Juliet and three friends are set up by a bad man and the scandal ruins their reputations. Scared, she seeks refuge with her fiancé and his family.  Instead of supporting and believing in Juliet, her fiancé kicks her out of his parent’s home.

Warning: This story contains strong triggers of rape and sexual perversion, which some readers may find upsetting. 

WESTERN:  Redemption Bluff is looking for a sheriff above reproach and of strong, moral character. While Sam Miller might not have high moral standing, he figures if a former outlaw can become the Mayor, he might just have a chance at the stable sheriff’s job instead of tracking outlaws as a Pinkerton.

Six dukes of the realm have had enough. Their sons have successfully survived the war but remain bachelors with no inclination to marry, and the dukes want grandchildren and proof their lines will carry on. Since their heirs are in no hurry, it is time to take drastic measures, and thus The Pact is born.