Reviews - Historical

REGENCY:  Nouveau riche Miss Lydia Norwood is not at all the “thing”, according to the London ton. Good thing for Lydia that she cares neither for them nor for their stuffy rules. She prefers climbing trees and reading books to tea parties and senseless banter.

REGENCY:  Athena Hawthorne suspects something is amiss. Her father, who recently passed away, would never have gambled away her inheritance or her dowry.  She vows to discover who is behind this horrible deed, which has left her destitute. When Orion Ashcroft, Earl of Rockford, recruits her to be a governess for his sister’s children, Athena is more than grateful for the position.

If Miss Philomena Aubrey is going to wed, then she will wed for love! She refuses to be forced into marriage because of her large dowry.  After her mother makes her a most disagreeable match, her father sends her to visit an old friend in order to avoid the nuptials.  Philomena decides it is best to hide her identity, and disguises herself as a ladies' maid.

Deterred by a vow made on her father’s deathbed, Lady Faith MacAlister is unable to follow her dream of seeing the world. However, her skill with a bow and arrow helps her find purpose, as she supplies food for her clan. Faith’s life turns upside down when she is kidnapped by Graeme Ross.

The Hidden Duchess
Bree
Verity

Celeste, Duchess de Saint Tours, is hiding in the small French country village of Danguin from the Parisian authorities, after being suspected of her husband's murder. Cousins Marcel and Louise Daunou aide her in her deception, as she pretends to be a  widowed woman recently moved from Toulouse.

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