Reviews - Historical

Keely Oliphant marries John MacKay, although her heart belongs to his younger brother, Alex. The marriage was arranged by Keely and John’s fathers to form an alliance between the two clans. But Keely runs away on her wedding night before the marriage is consummated, taking refuge with the Sutherland’s, enemy of the MacKay’s.

Lady Vale’s four-year-old son, Benedict, is ripped from her arms by kidnappers in 1796.  The ransom? A book her cruel husband possesses: a book of names and numbers for blackmail. Lady Vale has no idea where it is, and Lord Vale would rather keep the book than retrieve his son. Years later, Lord Vale dies and Lady Vale begins searching for Benedict.

Better Than Bryon

REGENCY:  At 27 years of age, Hermione has finally obtained permission from her father to enter London’s society to find a husband. At the very first ball of her coming-out season a scandal forces her to marry a man she views as a boor. Her opinion is only further confirmed when he dumps her at his home and leaves!

Owen Matthews is in Paris, trying to make the right connections in the literary scene and get his writing noticed. It has been six years since he left Los Angeles and the love of his life to pursue success. When he takes on the task of writing a screenplay for his friend, he hopes that this might just be his big break.

Marianne Roland has survived an abusive husband, a civil war and the horrors found nursing in a field hospital.  When she travels to London with her extended family, she is excited by the possibilities that Europe offers.  Andre Claude Marceau, the Duc de Remy and Prince d’Aumale finds himself enchanted by the young widow and ready to show her the emotional and artistic potential hidden in her