Reviews - Historical

Mercer’s Belles (Timeless Western Collection Book 3)
Heather B. Moore,
Teri Harman, Linda Carroll-Bradd

WESTERN:  Asa Mercer has a plan to bring unattached women to the American West, which is sorely lacking in females.

Lady Damaris Dersingham is studying the transit of Venus, and has written several scholarly papers on the subject.  She is also being shunned in society by Lady Elizabeth and her cronies, which leads to some awkward moments after Lady Damaris’s brother rejects Lady Elizabeth while falling in love with someone else.  Lady Damaris is new to society and doesn’t understand all of the nuances involv

Morven
Sandra Z.
Bruney

Bully, schemer and thief, Breen Tarlton informs Morven McAllister he has purchased her home from her mother, who also gives permission for them to wed. Furious, Morven runs home to her ailing mother only to find her dead. Morven meets Breen next at the docks. He grabs her, and she steps aside, intent on pushing him away.  Losing his balance, he falls into the swirling depths.

Frederica is the free-spirited daughter of a merchant. She lives for nature and is skilled in painting the very landscapes that inspire her. She has always been entranced by the Earl’s son, Hawthorne. She is tricked by some cruel boys and severely traumatized. Not only is she a merchant’s daughter and considered mad since she suffers from PTSD, she soon discovers a dark family secret.

Lady Amelia wonders when it will be her turn to find wedded bliss. Everyone around her seems to be getting married. She is determined to marry for love and has her heart set on Derek de Wolfe. However, she overhears him say that he is not interested in her. Brokenhearted, she makes a quick decision to marry Lord Merrifield. He has quite the reputation, but she believes she will be happy.

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