Reviews - Historical

Rhedyn Lindsey, eldest daughter of Laird Lindsey, is well aware of her duty to submit to a marriage that will bring about an alliance with a more powerful clan. Her father has set his sights on the Clan Munro; however, a clash with Clan Mackenzie causes a kink in his plans.

Merida MacLeod sees an injured warrior that she must help. When she figures out the man is from the Ross clan, her mortal enemy, she leaves him with a monk who is able to get the warrior back home. Tristan Ross heals slowly but can’t forget the mysterious woman who helped him.

Followers of this series will recognize Logan, the hero in this story, as he was a character in the previous books. Logan runs across Rhoswen, an English Lady, and her “servants”, who are her younger siblings in disguise, after her father and their soldiers are brutally murdered and robbed on their way to the Highlands.

In “The Broken Heart” the chaos of Europe during the Napoleonic Wars sets the dynamic backdrop for Isabelle de Renarde and Armand le Noir’s hectic love story. As the widow of a traitor to England, French émigré Isabelle is struggling to find a safe place for herself in a society that sees her as guilty of her husband’s crimes. She’s lonely, which leads her to arrange to meet a man.

Julian Alexander hears about a medium that attended a party. He knows exactly who the medium is and she was definitely not supposed to be there. Piper Scott has been head over heels in love with Julian Alexander for three years. She knows that they are meant to be together. She plays a medium to get his attention. However, Piper has special paranormal powers.

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