Reviews - Historical

Winning Violet

Parker Sinclair, an American, is on a very important mission. He has been sent to England to meet Mr. Wilson, who will help him pick flowers for Thomas Jefferson’s supposed garden. Parker is none too thrilled to be doing this because he hates England, but begrudgingly, he goes anyway. The journey, however, is not what he expects.

His Highland Bride

Elizabeth Rose is the eldest daughter of three but has yet to marry. With the death of her mother and her father’s lack of a chatelaine, she has been forced to run the keep by herself, missing out on a proposal from a man she wished to wed.

Milton Grandby, Earl of Torrington, has planned a special Christmas with his new bride, Adele, at his hunting lodge in Northumberland. Alone. He needs to come up with a cunning plan to leave his faithful valet and his wife’s maid out of the picture and live out his erotic fantasies.

Keely Oliphant marries John MacKay, although her heart belongs to his younger brother, Alex. The marriage was arranged by Keely and John’s fathers to form an alliance between the two clans. But Keely runs away on her wedding night before the marriage is consummated, taking refuge with the Sutherland’s, enemy of the MacKay’s.

Lady Vale’s four-year-old son, Benedict, is ripped from her arms by kidnappers in 1796.  The ransom? A book her cruel husband possesses: a book of names and numbers for blackmail. Lady Vale has no idea where it is, and Lord Vale would rather keep the book than retrieve his son. Years later, Lord Vale dies and Lady Vale begins searching for Benedict.