Reviews - Historical

Once upon a time, Iseabal Maxwell fell in love with the enemy knight she was nursing back to health. Now, years later, she’s a single mother who has just lost her own father and the cruel new clan chieftain has plans for her. Forced to run for her life, Iseabal finds herself at the mercy of the only man she’s ever loved – the one man who left her behind.

Over twenty years ago, Evan Taylor wrote the story of his passionate romance with a woman he met through a mirror. Years later, his son Francis still lives in the shadow of that story, as the boy whose birth brought about his beloved mother’s death and ended his father’s happiness.

On the eve of his wedding, Gabriel Preston, the Duke of Beckhampton, received a note from his fiancée, Lady Eliza Clayton, explaining that she couldn’t marry him after all. However, all Eliza knows is that her father sent her and her mother to Boston the night before her marriage with no explanation.

The widowed Lady Daphne, with her son’s future hanging in the balance, has decided it’s time she consider remarriage. Although quite handsome, the Earl of Bedford, Alex Le Bec, is not an option. His reputation leaves no doubt that marriage is not a part of his future. Despite the chemistry between them, Daphne refuses Alex’s advances. Determined to win her over, Alex proposes a wager.

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.

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