Reviews - Historical

This sweet historical romance takes place in 1800s Abilene, Kansas, a town known at that time for being quite rowdy. Lydia Vaughn returns to her hometown as the  new schoolteacher. She is a kind woman, a bit stubborn and  a little insecure due to a leg injury.

Meredith Talbot has a secret. In fact, all of the orphans at Seaton House have secrets. They all have abilities that set them apart from others; talents that would label them as witches if anyone ever found out. Meredith is responsible for keeping the children safe. It's a task she’s always been good at, until marauding Indians force them out of their home and to a nearby fort.

Georgina (Lady Archer's Creed #2)
Amanda Mariel,
Christina McKnight

VICTORIAN:  Lady Georgina feels as though she has been forgotten by her father since he remarried and his new Duchess banished her to a finishing school. She finds new purpose making friends at her new school and becoming a member of the Lady Archers gave her purpose.

Wilhelmina Turner’s heart was broken years ago by George Bartlett, now the Marquess of Chesterton. Unfortunately, when her younger half-sister runs off with George’s brother, she has no choice but to turn to the one man she’d been determined to avoid. George has never forgotten Wilhelmina or gotten over her marriage to a vicar, viewing her marriage as proof women could not be trusted.

MEDIEVAL:  Sir Valor de Nerra shares his home with his lady mother, Lady Margaretha Byington de Nerra. She is a woman on a mission — to see her son married and providing her with a hall full of grandchildren. A former soldier, Val is now acting as Itinerant Justice of Hampshire, an appointment from King Henry II. While he is not opposed to marriage, he has yet to find the woman of his dreams.

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