Reviews - Historical

The Count’s Castaway
Aubrey
Wynne

Katherine Wilken was taken from her bed and now she wants her freedom. When she’s denied, she decides to take her future into her own hands. She manages to stow away on a ship called The Escape. What she doesn’t expect is to meet someone who makes her heart race with his mere presence. Count Alexandre Lecroix escaped France as a child and doesn’t have anywhere to call home.

STEAMPUNK: Widowed when her physician husband was killed in the Crimean War, Laurel Gunn runs The Horizontal, the most exclusive brothel in Constantinople. Her mission is to use her talents and those of her courtesans to spy for Great Britain. Her world turns upside down, however, when she learns her husband is alive. Dr. Benjamin Gunn holds few memories of how he survived his death.

Heather Farthingale is set to marry a marquis within the week, so what is Captain Robert MacLauren doing falling at her feet? When the Book of Love was passed to Heather, she had no wish to read its contents. But now there is no escaping it. She and Robbie are meant to read it together, yet all it does is sew confusion for Heather.

Unmasked By Her Lover
Mary
Lancaster

Lady Margaret “Meg” Winter is shocked to discover the gossip rags reporting an Orgy at C. Place. Meg was there, but locked in a room, watching over an absent princess. Meg is ruined. Even though she is not directly named, everyone knows, so her parents devise a plan for Meg to marry an old childhood friend, Captain Lord Henry “Harry” de Vere.

Just a Little Madness
Merry
Farmer

LGBTQ: Edward Archibald, upstanding Member of Parliament, loves to escape his stifling lifestyle by going to the theater. Edward goes not just to watch the plays but because he likes to watch Martin Piper. After the play, Martin saves Edward from a carnal tryst with a man who would probably hurt more than help him.

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