Reviews - Historical

A Fierce Wind
Regan
Walker

GEORGIAN:  "A Fierce Wind" takes place in 1794, during the Reign of Terror in Revolutionary France.  Raised as cousins, Zoe Ariane Donet and Fredrick “Freddie” West have known each other all their lives. Now fully grown, Freddy is an English spy and Zoe has lost her first love to the revolutionaries.

BIBLICAL FICTION:  When Jesus returns to Galilee, the wife of Simon Peter follows, hoping to rebuild her relationship with her husband, and learn from the divine teacher.

A sudden shipwreck near Castle Black brings Dr. Nicholas Warner out into a storm in search of survivors. As the villagers seek treasures washing ashore, Nicholas spots a living woman among the waves. When she is identified as the late Viola Grantham, Lady Ramsleigh, Nicholas suddenly finds himself in the middle of a mystery and a romance.

As far as Marigold Bellowes is concerned, marriage is nothing more than business. She refuses to be used for her money and will not be part of a game. When she meets Alexander Croydon, she sees their connection as something more than a mere business transaction. What she doesn't know is that Alex has secrets of his own and he's not willing to let her through the wall he has built.

Trenton De Russe is a special agent of Henry VIII—no small responsibility. He tackles the king’s most challenging tasks, though not always the most honorable ones. The story opens with Trenton on a mission to bring Benoit De Wilde, a violent scoundrel of a man, to Henry’s court for punishment.

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