Reviews - Historical

WESTERN:  Native American Lily Singer was taken from her tribe when she was very young. Growing up she didn’t fit in anywhere, so she put her head down, studied hard and eventually became a teacher.

Lady Anne-Sophronia Duncombe ran away from an abusive father who meant to use her to get out of debt. After fleeing and hiding for months across Europe she crosses to England and takes a job as a housemaid in a remote country estate.

The Duke’s Sweet Revenge
Jamie
Salisbury

Lady Sarah Davies is about to marry the Duke of Sussex. While traveling to his home, however, the coach is set upon by highwaymen and Sarah is kidnapped.  Secretly impoverished and knowing her only hope is in the  marriage she is missing, she tries desperately to escape but to no avail.

Life in colonial America was not easy, especially for a woman who grew up in the 21st century.

Cardinal Points
Dory
Codington

Born the fourth son of a Duke, Jason Fitzsimmon grew up knowing he would have to find his own way in life.  The sea and the freedom it held became that way.  While working his way up the ladder of command, Jason realizes his best opportunities lie in America, so he takes a chance, relocates to the shipping town of Bost

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