Reviews - Historical

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.

Hope Templeworth is a beautiful and brazen flirt who really wants to escape her life in the small village of Halton, England. Because of her beauty, she has had numerous offers of marriage.

Evelina Aston is unwittingly involved in a juicy scandal during the summer of 1819--a hilarious situation that forces her to marry Charles Bowling, the Earl of Ethersham. Evelina is spunky and spirited, but those qualities have been hidden for so long, that most people aren’t aware of her true personality.

Intrigue and murder draw Gabriel Courtenay’s life forward, working as a spy for an elite group of spies for the British crown. A series of deaths by poison is taking down England’s important political figures, and Gabe is tasked with stalking the killer.

When Lord Easton arrives home to tell his wife that she’ll be sponsoring Miss Caroline Upton into society, she assumes he’s completely lost his mind. Her husband doesn’t have any salacious thoughts or ideas, but when Miss Upton arrives, Lady Easton is sure she’ll have her hands full. She enlists the assistance of her nephew, Lord Bertridge, who is as rigid with his life as Lady Easton is.

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