Reviews - Historical

Aboard a warship, nothing is more unlucky than the three C’s—cats, clergymen and corpses.  Unless, of course, it’s a woman.

Loveland
Andrea
Downing

WESTERN   Chasing about the west with a bunch of cow punchers is hardly the place for a lady.  Colorado in the late 1800s is rough and wild but Lady Alexandra Calthorpe can’t think of anyplace she’d rather be.  It’s been five years since she was torn from her beloved ranch to endure the London sea

When Rosie Delacourt finds Jack Lindsey, Earl of St.

FANTASY:  Lady Brielle is the reluctant bride of Lord Irvaine, the conquering warrior of her people, on behalf of King Mendal.  Orwin, her self-absorbed cousin and heir to her deceased father’s earldom, bargained her away to Lord Irvaine so he could escape justice for his disloyalty to the king.  Yet she finds that Tomas is a very good man, honorable and caring, treating her with respect as his

Emma's Journey
Callie
Hutton

Emma is way out of her depth. Bare months after marrying Peter Thorpe, she is pressured into leaving on a trail wagon headed toward Oregon. To top it all, Peter is killed mere weeks after they set off. Now she's alone, forced to take care of everything on her own. The trail leader does have a solution - she could marry scout Davis Cooper, and all her problems would be solved.

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