Reviews - Historical

Jeanette Claybone hates her new place in high-class society, received thanks to her family’s recent fortune. For Jeanette, it’s far from pleasant that her mother keeps pushing her to find the perfect husband, preferably one with a title and a vast amount of wealth. Jeanette, instead, longs for real love, the kind that will make her heart beat faster.

Inspired by her brother’s tender marriage, Rachel has vowed she will only marry a man she is in love with.  However, so far, true love has remained elusive. When Major Evan Drake, Marquess of Merrick, overhears Rachel’s naïve conversation about the mechanics of kissing, he offers to give her a few lessons on proper seduction.

When William Marshal tasks his knights, Kress de Rhydian, and his men, to escort Cadelyn d’Aubigney to her betrothed, they suspect it will be an easy assignment. They have no idea Kress will fall in love with the maiden.

Tobias Kent finds his wife dead and promises vengeance on her killer. Five years later in Hyde Park, Lady Amelia Tattershall’s carriage strikes Tobias down. When Tobias wakes up, he proceeds to not only kiss but fondle her before jumping out of the carriage leaving Amelia desiring Tobias. Amelia can only think about Tobias, and Tobias feels the same about her.

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.

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