Reviews - Historical

A Knight for Kallen
Lauren
Linwood

Kallen de Mangeron has lived in a convent all of her life. When a new Mother Superior tells her of a family she has never heard of she is thrilled to meet them. When her family sends an escort to take her to her new home, she never imagines that she will find love on her journey.

REGENCY:  Diana is a widow who has grown tired of life in the English country. Her cousin Jules invites her to go to Paris with him to help him with a mission. He seeks out those who are dangerous to France and plotting assassinations.

In the early years of the twentieth century, women lived a very different life. Many of the opportunities afforded to us now (careers, education, voting) were not allowed to the feminine part of society. Voting was a hot-button issue and the Suffragette movement was picking up steam.

Mr. Darcy to the Rescue
Victoria
Kincaid

This is a retelling of Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice". Everyone knows the story of Darcy and Elizabeth: the arrogant rich man and the spirited woman who learn that all is not as it seems on the surface. Retellings and re-imaginings are not uncommon for such a classic work.

A Baron for Becky
Jude
Knight

At fifteen, Becky (aka Rose) was forced into a life of prostitution. Luckier than most girls in her situation, she was "rescued" from a brothel and turned into a courtesan.

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