Recent Reviews

HISTORICAL: Sebastian Tremont has a secret - he wears two faces. On the outside he is the upstanding gentleman, known as the Duke of Ashcroft, but to his small circle of friends, he is known as a fire-starter. Yes, Sebastian does light many things on fire, and sometimes his behavior causes things to get burned.

HISTORICAL: Lady Danielle “Danny” Haverfield is determined to stop her brother, Simon, from gambling and drinking himself into debt at the Lyon’s Den. Danielle pleads with Simon to just go home with her, but he refuses. Unfortunately, Simon is unsuccessful at winning back the money he loses to Matthew Lyon, a Lord to some and professor to others.

Becket
Anna
Markland

Becket de Montbryce is exhausted after fighting the secure fortress Chateau Gaillard and finally breaching its wall. Becket knows the people left will suffer at the hands of the French, so he and his warriors help the orphans stranded there. Lady Marguerite d’Aigremont, cousin to the hated King John, manages to climb out of the cellar where she is hiding.

Inventing Vivian
Jennifer
Moore

Vivian Kirby knows only too well the challenges a woman in Victorian society faces—especially if the woman has interests outside of ballrooms and marriage. Vivian is blessed (or cursed) with a scientific mind and an insatiable curiosity, which leads her to take apart, reassemble and invent the most ingenious of things. Unfortunately, society doesn’t appreciate her gift.

HISTORICAL: Widow, Rachael is betrothed to her enemy, the Lion of the South, by her uncle. Her son needs a father, but Rachael does not wish to wed any time soon after surviving one bad marriage. Lord Lionel lost his wife many years ago and is unable to control his daughter. He needs a wife who can help raise her, so he agrees to the betrothal.

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