Reviews - Historical

Lady Mary Cavendish is destitute. Unable to inherit her land because she is a female, her late husband has placed her fate in the hands of a squire, and made her neighbor Christopher Bryce steward of the estate. He is to watch over the farm until the rightful heir is of age. Lady Mary is expected to marry again, to a man worthy of her station and upbringing. Christopher is merely a squire.

WESTERN:  With her upcoming wedding to Dr. Robert Walcott foremost in her mind, Grace Chapman goes to Cheyenne, Wyoming, to visit her mother and make plans for her nuptials. While there, she helps an abused woman and her children with the aid of the town’s new physician, Dr. John Kittrick. Even though the handsome Dr.

Lydia Farnsworth is in a quandary. Her father, the Laird, is dying and with all her brothers dead, she is set to be named the new Laird of Tornbury Fortress. Alasdair McTavish is commanded by his Laird to assist Lydia in training Tornbury’s men.

VICTORIAN:  Lady Jane Shillington is resigned to being a spinster. However, when a stranger enters her room and her bed, Jane experiences the passion that was long-denied her. Caleb Wesley, Earl of Keery believes he has entered the room of the widow he was having an affair with.

Leona MacDowell struggles to keep hope in  the house of her oppressive father, where her dreams of love and family seem fated to be unfulfilled. When she learns that she may have a chance at her dreams in the form of marriage to Alec Bowie she puts her heart and soul in his hands, even though she knows that Alec has been forced into this marriage.