Reviews - Historical

MEDIEVAL:  Mercy Booker became the healer of her town after her husband died. Now she focuses on raising her son who is due to turn five. She is terrified because children who turn five in the town are taken for the church and never seen again. Mercy doesn't want this to happen to her little one.

Declan Kelly has inherited his uncle’s pirating vessel and crew but not his pirating spirit, so he tries to revamp the unwilling crew into privateers instead. While on a mission to rescue his niece from flesh traders, four of his friends and crew are captured and destined to hang.

Months after losing his beloved wife in a horrific train accident, Lord Jameson Turner remains inconsolably devastated. He haunts his country estate in Sheffield, England until he receives an unwelcome and surprising visit from an unusual, beautiful, Shakespeare-quoting, young lady.

Loving Beatrice
Maryanne
Fantalis

Set in the era of King Henry VII, Beatrice, a ward of her beloved Uncle Lionel, falls in love with Benedict, an untitled worker at her uncle’s estate and wants to marry him, but he refuses, knowing her uncle would never approve of the match. Benedict flees to France to live in exile with Henry.

On a dark evening in 1820, Damien Wycliff, the bastard son of the Marquis of Blackbeck, is viciously attacked and left for dead in an alleyway. A captivating young lady, known only as Scarlett, rescues Damien and heals his terrible wounds. Not knowing true gentleness since the death of his mother, Damien leaves Scarlett with a promise: he shall come to her aid whenever she asks.

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