Reviews - Historical

In fourteenth-century France, privileged Lord Étienne de Beynac is the youngest of six sons. He gambles. He brawls. His father has had enough and sends him to England to become a Benedictine monk, which requires Étienne to make vows of chastity and poverty. What could go wrong? Everything. English Lady Philippa Willoughby is the only daughter and older offspring of a widowed baron.

WESTERN:  Adeline Aldrich has turned down yet another proposal of marriage, and her mother has handed her an ultimatum. Either get married or move out. Adeline decides to move from her beautiful home in Rhode Island to her sister Florence’s boarding house in the wilds of Montana.

The de Wolfe of Wharf Street
Elizabeth Ellen
Carter

Gabriel Hardacre and his brothers, Raphael and Michael are accomplished acrobats. This is how they eke out their living. They promised their dying mother they would remain together, but they need to find another way of making money to keep body and soul together. While blowing off steam at the tavern, Gabriel meets Perspicacity (Cassie) Glenwood.

His Clandestine Bride
Tora
Williams

Isobel and Edmund clandestinely wed when they are very young, without witnesses. When Isobel informs her parents, they imprison her until she weds Sir Roger de Stanton against her will. Five years later, Isobel is a widow and Edmund has just ridden back into her life. He is on a quest from the king: he is to capture the outlaw, the Earl of Cannington.

Cathy Gold’s father is extremely protective of her. He believes Jewish girls should live with their parents until marriage, even if they go to college. Cathy has a job in Philadelphia after college until her father contacts her boss and cancels her contract, so she can remain at home. Devastated, she finds another job, this time at Belvedere resort which is currently being built. Mr.

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