Reviews - Historical

It’s London in 1806, and Miss Jane Elizabeth Barrett is just shy of fourteen when her father determines she must immediately marry the Marquess of Althorn, Marcus Balfour. The marriage contract was created from infancy. The Marquess is so repulsed by the idea of marriage to a child he heads off to war. He wants to give them both time to grow up. His father, the Duke, is not happy.

Forbidden: Claude
Elizabeth
Rose

Sir Claude Montague has loved Lady Rose since he was a young boy. Unfortunately, she’s been happily married these last eight years and has requested that he attend her during her pregnancy while her husband is away. It is his duty to aid the lady, but can he do so without wishing she were his?

A Wolfe Among Dragons
Katheryn
Le Veque

Blayth the Strong is a renown Welsh warrior leading the rebellion against the English. Born a bastard prince, or so he is told, he cannot remember anything about his past since the battle that left him scarred and without his memory. All he knows is the past he is told, yet nothing ever felt right. Dreams of people unknown haunt him.

Miss Caroline Crispin, the daughter of one of London’s most sought-after architects, has spunk and sass to spare. She has no plans of marrying—not after watching her mother, an architect in her own right, shrink into the background. Caro is a party girl a few hundred years before her time.

Geoffrey Hamilton is the grandson of a cruel religious zealot who is spitefully determined to deprive him of his rightful inheritance.  Geoffrey has plans for gaining vengeance and his inheritance—he’ll steal it from his grandfather as Gentleman Jack, a Robin Hood-type highwayman.  An arranged marriage to Anne Claimore throws a slight wrench into his plans, forcing him to play the society fop,

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