Reviews - Historical

Christopher Roker never expected to become the Earl of Sunderland. When his older brother dies unexpectedly, Kit comes home from the order and brotherhood of the army to take up his new responsibilities and fend off title-hunting chits. Returning to the family estate for the summer should ease the tension, but meeting Lady Grace Beaumont simply makes things harder.

“Love’s Whisper” is an account true to its time. Set in the early 1800s, it is a story that encompasses real life on the American frontier. Polly Wyllie is the youngest daughter of Stephen Wyllie, the owner of a vast cattle ranch in Kentucky. Polly believes herself to be the ‘smart’ one in the family, quite unlike the raging beauty of her sister, Martha.

Mallory Metcalf Reynolds has run out of options. Desperate to find a solution to her increasing difficulties in providing for her family, she becomes a mail order bride and sets off on a journey to find, if not love, an unknown, soon to be husband and a secure future.

Twelve years ago, Michael Sarapion began a sea voyage with high hopes and dreams for success. The loss of his wife and daughter in a pirate attack leads him to forsake his God and to walk a path of vengeance.

Despite being beautiful and the Duke’s daughter, Lady Helena Carter, is a verifiable wallflower, is still unwed. No matter how much time passes in the season or how many balls Helena attends, her enjoyment is nearly always killed by Lord Oliver Hunt, the Marquess of Dashville. In the past, Oliver was rude to Helena, who secretly liked him.

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