Reviews - Historical

Over ten years ago, a horrible accident left Douglas Scott, better known as Lord Darkwood, with physical and emotional scars that rendered him a recluse. Abandoned by his fiancée when he needed her most, Douglas grows angry with everyone and everything, and longs for revenge. He finds it in the form of Wendolyne Russel, the sister of the fiancée who abandoned him years ago.

Debutante Letitia Bromley is about to embark upon her first London Season.  Freshly arrived from a village in Cumbria, she longs for romance, especially after having read the diaries of her great-aunt Lydia, who sailed the high seas with her pirate lover.

William, a younger son, never expected to be Duke. Instead, he trained as a doctor. Sadly, he is badly disfigured by cannon blast during the war with Spain. After a painful recovery and rejection by his fiancée, he turns in upon himself, becoming a recluse. His Aunt Jane, is his only companion. Walking one night, Will and Jane discover an unconscious young woman, who has been badly beaten.

WESTERN:  When Nic Breedlove comes across a dying man, he doesn’t know his life is about to drastically change. The dying man, Will Starr, tells him to take a puzzle box and some documents to a Wells Fargo agent in Denver.

Red River Crossing
Maxine
Douglas

Beauregard Kennedy is called back to the Pinkerton Agency to help on a case. Little does he expect to come face to face with the one woman who has never been far from his heart. Ten years ago, Beau left Jessica Sanders on a train platform without an explanation. She devoted herself to becoming one of the few female Pinkerton Agents there were and trying to forget the man who broke her heart.

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