Reviews - Historical

Letter and Lies
Colleen L.
Donnelly

“Don’t come, I can’t marry you.” Louise Archer is convinced that this simple sentence in a telegram from her love-letter fiancé needs clarity, and she is determined to find out in person. A train ride to Dodge City is interrupted by the lies she tells a marshal, as Louise tries to cover the true reasons for her trip.

Dark Warrior
Kathryn
Le Veque

Cort de Russe is one of England’s premier knights. When Irish rebels invade the de Winter family’s Irish properties, Henry Tudor comes to ask for help from his trusted friend and subject.

To Woo a Highland Warrior
Collette
Cameron

When Baron Liam MacKay hears a scream in the distance, he rushes to the aid of a damsel in distress, Emeline LeClaire. But even when her tormenters are gone, she is not out of danger. When a storm hits the Scottish Highlands, Liam and Emeline must shelter up together for their safety.

Miss Beverly Crabtree is desperate for a match. Her mother contracts with the infamous female owner of the Lyon Gambling Den who operates a rather unorthodox matchmaking service. It is there that Beverly meets Lord Justin Glazebrook, brother to the Duke of Shewsbury. Given his scandalous past, Lord Justin does not consider himself fit for marriage.

Regine, Duchess of Heartwaite, married a man to save her family, but it destroyed her heart and the man she left behind. Now widowed, she is once again caring for her family, helping her younger sister find a match. When she runs into James Brentwood again, she cannot help but approach him once more.

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