Recent Reviews

After the Fog
Kathleen
Shoop

In October 1948, the mill town of Donora, Pennsylvania was covered in smog due to a combination of the mill emissions and the weather. This actual historical event led to a movement for clean air in the United States culminating in the Clean Air Act.

Relative Deceit
Karen
Aminadra

When Sir George Bancroft is informed that he is bankrupt, his once secure and indulged life is about to be turned upside down. To his rescue comes a relative, Gregory Rogers, who bails out Sir George and proceeds to take over Bancroft Hall, the family home. Gregory is the perfect gentleman and businessman, soon charming George's three sons and daughter, Jane.

Wildflowers
Catherine
Greenfeder

Johanna Wade came to Missouri to help her father lead a missionary wagon party looking for  a place to settle. The trip is her chance to become closer to her long absent father. After all, there’s nothing holding her to her former life.  Heartbroken (her fiancée died), she has no interest in men, however she seems to have attracted the attention of two.

Lady Arbella de Mowbray isn’t a happy woman. By orders of the king, she’s to be married to an English nobleman living in Scotland, which to her is, “The land of heathens, barbarians… Oh, the horrors she’d heard went on there! The men ate their young. The warriors kept the bones of their victims tied to their beards.

Melissa Salazar is a high powered attorney in Los Angeles, but is tired of living so far away from her best friend Aria. Dominic, Aria's husband, owns a house that has been in his family for hundreds of years, and has been empty far too long. This house is perfect for Melissa since it has a separate building that she can use as her office, handling family and divorce law.

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