Reviews - Historical

Upon the death of her artist father, Evelyn Pearce has done all she can to keep a roof over her and her sister's heads. Options for gentlewomen without means are few. Her one chance could allow her to take her sickening sister out of London and establish themselves in a small town. It could also bring the wrath of a duke upon their heads.

Lady Dunwood, Ashlyn Clarke, lost her husband to war and her son to a tragic accident. Colonel Reid Baker goes back home to England when his father, the Duke of Gilford, dies. Reid is now the Duke and realizes there is a lot of responsibilities that comes with being a Duke. Especially responsibility for his two half-brothers who are terrors, having been kicked out of four schools.

Duke of Misfortune
Whitney
Blake

Lord Emilian “Lee” Valencourt has a secret; to everyone who knows him, he is the actor Gordon Judd. Lee’s family eventually finds out, so he is sent into the army. When Lee comes home because of a throat injury, he’s unable to act anymore. He tries to find other work but is unable to. The best course of action is to ask his brother, the Duke of Welburn, for money, but the Duke is in debt.

“The Intrigues of Jennie Lee: A Novel” is a story of a formidable young woman who is an elected member of Parliament of the United Kingdom. She earns her voice by a superior speech against Winston Churchill, only to earn his admiration for her abilities.

Keane Buchanan is determined to heal the rifts in his family that were caused by his predecessors. The problem is the widow of his cousin cannot stand the sight of him, and for good reason. However, he is sure he can repair the damage. Marjorie Kennedy wants nothing to do with Keane, but when she is invited to a party on Hogmanay, she cannot reject the invitation.

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