Recent Reviews

HISTORICAL: Although Hadley Sherborne, Viscount Grey, has just helped to rescue one of Laurel’s sisters from a kidnapper, she is disgruntled at seeing him in her cousin’s home. The blackguard had broken their engagement two years prior, and she never heard a word from him. His father had made an agreement with a neighbor, where Hadley would wed his daughter.

Pride of Lyons
Jenna
Jaxon

HISTORICAL: Honoria Quinn is retained as a companion for Lady Danford’s mother, Mrs. Edwards. She enjoys the position - except for Lord Danford. His gaze always seems to be on her. She is enjoying her day off when a carriage comes flying up. The groom tells her Mrs. Edwards is seriously ill; Honoria must come home immediately. Upon entering the carriage, she sees Lord Danford.

The Nighthawkers
Amy L.
Bernstein

Pauline is an archaeologist, but a special gift is what gives her a true ability to dive into her work. She can speak with the dead and learn stories about each artifact that no other would ever be able to decipher from its discovery or read in any textbook.

Lord Ian Wallace just witnessed Bennett Sutton become injured during a duel; however, he knew he did not fire a single shot. Chaos fuels the encounter as everyone present tries to discover who shot Bennett and why. In the uncertainty of his survival, Bennett asks Ian to promise to uphold his deal to marry his niece, Ivy-Rose.

Gavin MacKeefe is known around the town as a Highlander and terrible glutton, loving nothing more than to eat and drink. However, he finds himself in a predicament after breaking two of Old Callum MacKeefe’s rules of the tavern. Due to his rule breaking, he is now sent away as an outcast of the town and must assist the cordwainer’s daughter, Davita, in order to redeem his good graces.

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