Reviews - Historical

Almost a year after his youngest brother Finbarr lost his eyesight in a fire, Tavish O’Connor is the only thing keeping his family from imploding.  Despite his love and care, his family has lost all hope. Cecily Attwater has made a living bringing hope to the blind.

Dally Douglas is determined to enjoy her stay at her family’s ranch in Oregon. With only her brother to check her unconventional ways, Dally is free as a bird, and looking forward to the upcoming round-up. Perhaps she will even find a cowboy of her own — someone who loves horses as much as she does. Someone who is not the handsome, motorcycle-riding new town doctor. 

His Innocent Bride

Good-looking saloonkeeper Sam Standish is waiting at the train depot for his mail order bride.  Everyone around him is married, and although Sam doesn't consider himself the "settle down" type sending away for bride seemed like a good idea at the time. Once his intended arrives, he expects his active life will become as stale as a hot summer night.

Chadwick Hughes is expecting his mail-order bride on the afternoon train. When she does not arrive, he finds out he’s been duped and appeals to his small town’s only attorney — Miss Sophia Sorensen — for help. Sophia has been the object of ridicule as a woman with a profession, and she is thrilled that Mr. Hughes takes her seriously enough to hire her.

From Cairo with Love
Nancy Campbell

Valentine Baker grew up with all brothers. She finds solace in letters from her female cousin in Italy, and the two have the camaraderie of sisters. When her cousin's mother-in-law is in need of a companion to Cairo, Valentine is happy to accompany her. Mr. Maxwell is a renowned fighter, assigned to watch over the women.