Reviews - Historical

Josephine: Lady Archer’s Creed, Book 4
Amanda Mariel
Christina McKnight

VICTORIAN:  Theo, Georgie, Adeline, and Josie have been friends for years and are together now to celebrate Adeline’s upcoming marriage. Their alliance came about because of their shared love of archery and they decide to enjoy a turkey hunt, but it is cut short when Josie’s arrow lands in a handsome stranger’s shoulder rather than her mark.

Captain Oliver Whitehouse has two goals — and neither involves rescuing a damsel in distress. He should not be interrupting years of planning to return said damsel safely to London, even if she does make him forget his past. Blake Culpepper’s hunger for adventure not only nearly caused her ruin but set a madman on her heels as well.

Locked inside a tower by an evil witch, Rapunzel de Bar refuses to wait any longer for one of her five brothers to rescue her. She takes matters into her own hands and escapes through the window, landing quite literally onto Marco Drago del Rossi III. A bounty hunter who has lost both his bounty and his horse, Marco has problems of his own.

Bric MacRohan is High Warrior, fearsome leader of House of Winter’s war machine.  He scorns marriage until he is forced to wed the timid, beautiful Lady Eiselle de Gael.  Surprisingly, strong feelings for his wife develop quickly, but a grievous injury in battle and a terrible accident leaves him stricken.

Merry and her friends are dissatisfied with the notion of marriage. Married women never get to fulfill their own dreams and are slaves to societal rules and expectations. For this reason, they form ‘The Spinsters Club’. Enter Lord Harcourt Easton, who has designs and plans for Merry, which do not coincide with the rules of The Spinster’s Club.

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