Reviews - Historical

For as long as Cassiana Campion can remember, she’s been mother to her five brothers, nurse to her ailing father, and manager of Briarwood, the English estate on the dangerous Scottish border. Her world is rocked when the war robs her of all five brothers and her father finally succumbs to battle wounds.

Lord Kendrick MacCallum is desperate after the devastating invasion by clan Lorlands, and the loss of MacCallum Castle.

Lady Olivia Gosling is alone, facing her first season on society’s stage with no suitors, no prospects, and no dowry. Miserly Viscount Francis Gosling assumed the family title, lands and all the mismanaged finances when Olivia's parents died and she became his ward. Never missing an opportunity to berate her or her family’s finances, Olivia is shamed into believing she will always be alone.

Columba deMorney does everything to keep body and soul together since the death of her mother. The local lord’s son, George Stalworth, is doing everything he can to sabotage her business, and her only recourse is to marry him. She knows he does not love her; he just wants to use her to get to her wealthy French relatives, one of whom is a duke.

Andressa du Bose has been sent to the convent by her aunt, who is conspiring to take her inheritance. Now she suffers in the corrupt convent, hungry and afraid. One night she sneaks out looking for food and runs into Sir Maxton of Loxbeare. He is part of a group of extremely dangerous men. After serving in the Crusades, they discover a plot to kill the new King.

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