Reviews - Historical

“The Intrigues of Jennie Lee: A Novel” is a story of a formidable young woman who is an elected member of Parliament of the United Kingdom. She earns her voice by a superior speech against Winston Churchill, only to earn his admiration for her abilities.

Keane Buchanan is determined to heal the rifts in his family that were caused by his predecessors. The problem is the widow of his cousin cannot stand the sight of him, and for good reason. However, he is sure he can repair the damage. Marjorie Kennedy wants nothing to do with Keane, but when she is invited to a party on Hogmanay, she cannot reject the invitation.

Isabella Fuentes has enough on her plate without having the ghosts of her past coming back to haunt her in the heart of Alta, California. She is struggling to fight off the insufferable Drake Logan from trying to weasel her ranch out from under her. To make matters worse, her long-lost love, Gabriel de la Vega, has come back from exile.

Fed to the Lyon

Mary
Lancaster


Diana’s life has gone from near perfect to tatters in the matter of an evening. Abandoned by her betrothed in favor of the Princess of Wales, she makes the naïve mistake of drowning her sorrows in brandy at a party. As a last-ditch effort to save her soiled reputation, her mother abandons her at the door of the Black Widow of Whitehall in order to find her a husband. Mrs.

Elizabeth is a widow, living with her sister, brother-in-law and their four, soon to be five, children. The house is overflowing, without any room for Elizabeth, so she elects to become a governess. Widower Fitzwilliam Darcy is searching for a governess for his headstrong daughter, Kathy.

Pages