Reviews - Historical

Eleanor
Sydney Jane
Baily

Eleanor has grown into quite the young woman — smart as a whip, intelligent, and endlessly adventurous. She has endured two seasons in London’s society with increasing boredom and restlessness, especially considering her heart already belongs to another: Grayson. He has mutual feelings for her, but holds back confessing them, even to himself, because of undue concerns he possesses.

Dressed in White
Sandra
Sookoo

Caroline Sloane’s parents rebuffed their social circles to marry for love, but their early demise leaves their daughter poor and with few options for her future. Agreeing to make amends, her grandfather has set up an appropriate marriage for her. On her journey across the country, however, the mail coach on which Caroline travels meets disaster. Alan Benedict John Blackmore, the Earl of St.

Upon the death of her artist father, Evelyn Pearce has done all she can to keep a roof over her and her sister's heads. Options for gentlewomen without means are few. Her one chance could allow her to take her sickening sister out of London and establish themselves in a small town. It could also bring the wrath of a duke upon their heads.

Lady Dunwood, Ashlyn Clarke, lost her husband to war and her son to a tragic accident. Colonel Reid Baker goes back home to England when his father, the Duke of Gilford, dies. Reid is now the Duke and realizes there is a lot of responsibilities that comes with being a Duke. Especially responsibility for his two half-brothers who are terrors, having been kicked out of four schools.

Duke of Misfortune
Whitney
Blake

Lord Emilian “Lee” Valencourt has a secret; to everyone who knows him, he is the actor Gordon Judd. Lee’s family eventually finds out, so he is sent into the army. When Lee comes home because of a throat injury, he’s unable to act anymore. He tries to find other work but is unable to. The best course of action is to ask his brother, the Duke of Welburn, for money, but the Duke is in debt.

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