Reviews - Historical

The Viscount Without Virtue
Katherine
Grant
Maximilian has spent his life trying to meet his father’s expectations. As a last ditch effort, he agrees to go undercover and expose the dangerous practices the Preston family of Northfield are encouraging. Everything from hiring malcontents and freed slaves to promoting social justice practices that would ruin the English empire.

When Lord Adam Diamond sees a beautiful lady drop a package, he returns it to her. Years later, Mrs. Alice Malcolm is a governess for the Beasley girls where she teaches them music and languages. One day, Alice is playing her violin, and she believes no one can really hear her. Adam goes to Lord Beasley’s home, overhearing some beautiful music, and thinks it’s Lord Beasley’s daughter playing.

Maria Lloyd loves her best friend, Captain Phillip Everleigh. When Maria’s brother is publicly accused of being a traitor, Maria and her parents have no choice but to leave London. Luckily, Maria is invited to Paris by friends and leaves with them. When Maria arrives in Paris, she slowly adjusts to her life there.
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.
An Autumn Kiss (Timeless Victorian Collection #7)
Laura Rollins, Annette Lyon,
Lisa H. Catmull
The latest Timeless Victorian Collection anthology includes “The Plucky Miss Ruth” in which Miss Ruth Hughes decides her life is stuck in a time loop and only by helping her cousin reunite with her soulmate - with the aid of the handsome Lord Lambert - can the loop end. In “Mr. Dowling’s Remedy”, an heiress is sent to an asylum by her stepfather.

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