Reviews - Historical

Edmund has set his sights on one woman only. Determined to either marry her or stay a bachelor forever, he can’t understand why Katherine is intent on refusing him. With Katherine’s sister married to Edmund’s father, she knows that it will mean her being tied to Chrissy forever if she does accept and that just won’t do.

Dirt Smudges and old artifacts are what hold Persephone, ‘Percy’, Blackwell’s attention, much to the dismay of her grandmother and polite society. Helping to host a festival for antiques, Percy is practically floating on clouds with all the borrowed treasures pouring in for her to itemize and display.

A Scot of Her Own
Maeve
Greyson

The main storyline takes place on the Isle of Mull in Scotland in 1273. It is a time of political unrest and upheaval, and Thorburn MacDougall, the Gallóglaigh Constable (the Gallóglaigh are a band of warriors tasked with finding criminals, similar to a modern-day police force), has his hands full trying to quell the tensions.

Lady Heathway has been denied a long wished for daughter. So, she and five other matrons devise a scheme to launch eligible girls in need of assistance in Society. She sets her sights on Miss Grace Yardley, the daughter of the deceased Viscount Barlow, who lives in a dilapidated dower house with her sickly mother.

Hattie Logan is determined to support the North in their war against the South while searching for her brother, even if it means giving up her privileged upbringing, fleeing her finishing school, and changing her history. As part of Allen Pinkerton’s spy agency, she works as a mailroom girl, uncovering secrets that could change the course of the war.

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