Reviews - Historical

Hugh
Ruth A.
Casie

In 1288 England, Charlotte Eden and Hugh Talbot meet by chance at a friend’s home. They quickly become enamored and determine that they wish to be married. Hugh is excited to invite Charlotte, a talented archer, to an archery competition where she will also have the opportunity to meet him family.

VICTORIAN/ SCOTTISH:  Lady Lily MacLeod has run away to escape an unwanted marriage. When she sees a train, she hides herself in a room filled with boxes and crates. Unfortunately, Lily is found by two footmen and forcibly taken to face the imposing Duke of Aberdeen, Tobias Campbell. Tobias is sympathetic to Lily’s plight and decides to help her despite not totally trusting her.

Beth Harrismith lives with her sister Jenny and her family. When Jenny is called away to a family emergency, she tells Beth to go to the planned ball without her but will have Mrs. Grayshott accompany her. Beth is sad to go without Jenny but reluctantly leaves anyway. Beth participates in all the activities under Mrs. Grayshott’s watchful eyes and even meets Marcus Nyeland.

It is time for Lady Cornelia, Nellie for short, to marry. Her father has matched her with Charles, the Duke of Shewsbury. Nellie is nervous. She has had her heart broken before. Not only, that but she has heard about the Duke's mistress and his past. This is not the type of man she wants to marry, but when she meets him, she finds him attractive and kind.

An evening with a boring beginning ended in a stolen kiss and a promise that would lead to betrayal. Sarah meets the Earl of Markham at a ball. Their meeting leaves them both falling for each other instantly. Three weeks later, the Earl of Markham is betrothed to Sarah’s sister and not long after that, her sister dies from complications of a miscarriage.

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