Reviews - Historical

Lady Gemma Barton (Gem) faces a dilemma that is all too common for women in London’s High Society – She is to be married to someone her father deems a good match but she views as a possible fate worse than death.  To escape this ordeal, she convinces her platonic best friend Rob to marry her in haste before he heads off to fight in the war effort.  This marriage of convenience starts a whirlwin

Having failed to make a match on the marriage front, Helen Milsom is forced to become a governess. On her way back to her employer’s home, she comes across Sir Marcus Dain at an inn, where they have a less than stellar first meeting. Marcus’ boredom with the English nobility’s lifestyle has rendered his mood to one of grouchiness.

Two emotionally damaged people shunned by family collide in this rollercoaster ride of a love story. After her father’s death, Lady Charlotte Nott is tossed out by her evil half-brother. No longer a titled lady, she must make her own way. Miss Nott takes a position as governess to three children who’ve lost both parents and have become the charges of their uncle, Major Danforth Grayson.

Alex Sommerville, known in English spy circles as Trace, has been held captive and tortured for the past four and a half years.  His friends and co-workers all assume he’s dead. They witnessed his sacrifice to save them and heard him get stabbed for doing so.  His body and soul are scarred.

When former commander of Scottish warriors Elias MacPherson of Invergarry sees apothecary assistant Lily Bennett in the small countryside village of Sevenoaks, he's drawn to her. Once enslaved by a cruel master, she still lives in the shadow of that man's obsession.