Reviews - Historical

Joshua Lang is the Sheriff of Little Creede. It is a boomtown, and with that comes more people and more trouble. Criminals are not the only thing causing Joshua trouble — there is also the irresistible Vivien, the younger sister of his two best friends.

A Knight and His Rose
Catherine
Kean

MEDIEVAL:  The Molineaux and Seabrook families have been bitter enemies for many years — so much so that a wall separates their lands. Violetta Molineaux craves adventure and often climbs the wall to visit the massive stone circle. She is not alone; Osric Seabrook goes to the circle as well and is surprised to find a maiden there. He is immediately captivated, but her identity is suspect.

Catherine De Wolfe’s brother tells her that everyone is going to the Duke of Normandy and the Duchess of Aquitaine’s wedding celebration, but, in fact, he really plans to find her a husband. Laird Douglas of the Clan MacLaren of Scotland has also been invited. When Catherine arrives, she runs into Douglas and the attraction is instant between the two.

A hard lesson Duncan has had to learn in his life is that he has to make his own way without the blessing of a father who refuses to acknowledge him. For Duncan, his own path is one many in polite society frown upon—a devilish men’s club with some truly shocking turns in every corner.

Claudia Davenport wakes up in Gretna Green with a hangover and a very fuzzy memory. When her brother Viscount Ashwood chases her down, the need to preserve her reputation becomes a priority when it becomes clear she is with child. Giving her son up for adoption is the hardest thing she’s ever done, but when he is kidnapped, Claudia decides to find him herself.

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