Reviews - Historical

Bric MacRohan is High Warrior, fearsome leader of House of Winter’s war machine.  He scorns marriage until he is forced to wed the timid, beautiful Lady Eiselle de Gael.  Surprisingly, strong feelings for his wife develop quickly, but a grievous injury in battle and a terrible accident leaves him stricken.

Merry and her friends are dissatisfied with the notion of marriage. Married women never get to fulfill their own dreams and are slaves to societal rules and expectations. For this reason, they form ‘The Spinsters Club’. Enter Lord Harcourt Easton, who has designs and plans for Merry, which do not coincide with the rules of The Spinster’s Club.

A Pirate at Pembroke
Danielle
Thorne

REGENCY:  Sophie Crestwood has not found a man who is interested enough in her to offer for her hand.  When Sophie meets her new neighbor, Captain Edward Murdock, rumors swirl that he is a pirate.

Graeme de Sowlis, Scottish warrior chief, has no interest in marrying anyone after two rejected proposals. He’s much more focused on peace than he is on love, but when a celebration at Kenshire Castle in England leads to a stolen kiss and a subsequent, forced marriage, he has no choice but to go through with it. Hhis honor demands he does so.

Yours, Dorothy
E.B.
Wheeler

With the British Civil War going on, the last thing Dorothy expected was to fall in love. As royalists, she and her family are fleeing from England looking for refuge in France. On the way, she meets William, and the two of them quickly fall in love. With families on opposite sides of the war, however, these two are the picture of star-crossed lovers.

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