Reviews - Historical

Illegitimate and independent, Sarah Jones sails to England in search of her birth father. Two years later she is no closer to discovering his identity. Despite managing to attend various balls, her funds are running out and she worries that her secret will be discovered. Then Mr. David Redmond, the rakish second son of an Earl, is left injured on her doorstep.

Ropin’ the Moon
Deborah
Camp

Dalton Moon is your regular loner traversing the wild west. Moving from town to town he solves the problems and rids troubled communities of the villains for a price. He has no one to tie him down, no longing in his heart to complicate his life and no home to protect…until he meets Lacy. Lacy knows Dalton’s type, but she can’t rid her thoughts of the roaming cowboy.

Gabriel—a knight of the Templars—has escaped persecution in France and fled to Scotland with two of his Brethren. He is both pious and disciplined but faces an uncertain future. Unable to come to terms with the vicious attack on his way of life, Gabriel returns to England to lay down his sword and take holy vows.

The Marquess of Searle, Morgan, was presumed dead after he was detained and subsequently tortured by the forces of Napoleon. Although he’s managed to return to London, he’s bitter, scarred, and intent on taking vengeance on the man who betrayed him.

Tansy Bellrose Gant is accused of witchcraft by everyone in her village, except her parents. She is tied to a post, waiting to be taken to the Royal Commission to be tried for her sins. As she prays for help, a weary knight suddenly appears. At first, he accepts the situation as a village affair, yet inexplicably he finds himself rescuing the beautiful black-haired, silver-eyed damsel.

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