Reviews - Historical

Thomas Kincaid is a British private investigator, and it is safe to say that when Joanna Thorncroft shows up at his door, his life will never be the same. She came all the way from America, where she lives with her sisters and Grandmother. They recently came across a ring that belonged to her mother but it was stolen.

Home in Wylder
Jane
Lewis

WESTERN: Sarah Miller has made two awful mistakes. First, she believed the lies of a scoundrel who promised marriage then left her at the altar. Second, she listened to her mother who, afraid of the scandal in her Savannah circles, urged her to head to Wylder, Wyoming, a town far too rough for the genteel Sarah. She finds a protector in Daniel Taylor, a local horse rancher.

Having been left at the altar, Sophia Worsley has vowed she would never let herself be taken for a fool again. Two broken engagements is enough for any woman to have to deal with. She needs something different in her life. She needs to break free from the chains of society. The Earl of Marnmouth, Philip Egerton, is surprised when a woman brings her best card game.

As the story begins, David Svehla is a US Army Captain during WW2. His unit discovers the Dora concentration camp, where Jewish POWs created tunnels to camouflage Germany’s secret V-2 rocket facility. A few ill POWs remain at the camp, but all else is deserted.

Keithen Fraser is set on avenging his mother and old friend after their kidnapping by warriors in the Clan Mackenzie. The Laird Fraser’s plans to form an alliance with the Laird Mackenzie throws a wrench in Keithen’s ambitions. Keithen is forced into a marriage with the enemy’s daughter—Ava Mackenzie. Ava does not take this forced marriage lightly since she is rebellious at heart.

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