Reviews - Historical

After the death of her father, Lydia Bromley is hauled off to Africa to look after her officious brother, Alex, as he roots around in the jungle for exotic medicinal plants. When a pirate ship, damaged in a storm and full of sick seamen, takes refuge in the cove near Lydia’s hut, she has no idea of the adventure awaiting her.

Embracing the Earl
Alexa
Aston

Lady Caroline Andrews leaves London for Boston and her exiled aunt after the death of her sister only to return three years later. Her father has passed and left her nothing. With a small inheritance from her aunt, Lady Caroline opens a small bookstore and tearoom and resigns herself to dying an old maid. Luke St.

A Touch of Silver
Lynne
Connolly

Earl Gerald Dersingham is more than content living out his life far away from high society and with only his sisters as company. About to be betrothed to a duke’s daughter who is about as cold as ice, he meets Annie, a charming, warm, heartfelt young woman who he could find himself falling for. But falling for Annie means giving up the future his sisters so desperately want and deserve.

WESTERN:  Winnie is a stagecoach driver, like her father before her.  However, after her father’s death, Winnie must disguise herself as a guy if she wants to carry on the family tradition.

Douglas Ashton, Lord Deveril, has a bad reputation, making his nickname of Devil appropriate. Youthful indiscretions had him banished to military service until the death of his father brings him back to his childhood home, which is empty of his sister Alice’s presence.

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