Reviews - Historical

My Brother's Keeper
Lorrieann
Russell

King James' witch hunters terrorized men, women and children in Scotland in the early 1600's. Those accused of witchcraft, even if innocent, usually found no reprieve from the Church or their nobles. Instead they experienced the cruelty of the most grotesque tortures from biased prison guards, underhanded trials overseen by clerics and nobles, and finally immolation at the stake.

Our story begins with naughty poem, "Ode to a Milkmaid of St.

Vanessa Ashley is still grieving over the death of her parents when she arrives at Falconbridge Hall.  She has refused the help of a wealthy, titled uncle to accept the position of governess to Blythe, daughter of Lord Julian Falconbridge.  

The Feria
Julia
Bade

 At eighteen, Soledad is on the verge of a new life for herself, ready to further her education, move out from the confines of her conservative family and become independent. Her father, though, has other ideas. Anxious to keep his business and ensure the continued prosperity of his family, he strikes a deal to marry off Soledad to Emmanuel Nevarez, a banker and a much older man.

A Desperate Journey
Debra
Parmley

Sally Wheeler was married just weeks before her seventeenth birthday to a charming man she believed was everything she could ever want.  Things change - suddenly.  Luke quickly turned out to be her worst nightmare.  Now everything she has is gone:  her house, her money, her husband... and he has taken their son with him.

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