Reviews - Historical

Adelyn Scott is resigned to a marriage to a ruthless English Lord with numerous enemies. Yet, the night of their wedding the groom is murdered and all fingers point to Adelyn. Forced to escape into the night or face prison, Adelyn flees to north and her cousin, the Scottish King.

Lord Ronan Brockman led a charmed life, handsome, wealthy, and free, until a letter arrives naming him the guardian to two young girls. While he has no idea what to do with two young misses, their fascinating governess has several firm opinions on the matter.

Rachel Wickford has vowed to never marry, instead planning to follow the footsteps of her heroine, Florence Nightingale, which makes avoiding the determined Colonel Curtis Loughton and his attempts to court her quite the trial!

In the mid-1800s, Mary, a young widow with three children marries her brother-in-law Frederick Law Olmsted to provide stability for her family. While her new husband labors intently on designing and building Central Park in New York City, Mary focuses on her family.

Since an accident took the lives of both her parents, Elanor Huxley has found herself a penniless orphan on the outskirts of society. Now living with her self-centered cousins, she focuses her efforts on saving and investing what little funds she has left with the hopes of one day having a quiet life on her own in the country.

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