Reviews - Historical

Master of the Moor
Emmanuelle
Maupassant

Lord Mallon de Wolfe, viscount of Wulverton Hall, is going home.

Linnet James only has time to look after her younger siblings and care for her sick mother.  The last thing on her mind is love or the possibility of marriage — that is, until she meets Captain John Wolfe.  After his discharge from the army John is adjusting, rather badly, to civilian life, drinking and gambling the little money he has left.  When Linnet, her siblings, and their giant dog break

When Emmett Markham, Earl of Linwood, married American heiress Clare Herschel it was not for money or convenience, but for love.  However, after a year of marriage and the heartache of losing their first child to miscarriage it seems that everything is falling apart.  Clare loves her husband, but after months of listening to gossip and enduring Emmett’s lack of emotion towards her, she decides

Torin Gray is a man on a mission — make that two missions. First, he has been charged by Robert the Bruce to infiltrate the English army in preparation of a Scottish invasion. Second, he is on a mission to seek vengeance for the murder of his family by the English army.

Captain Philip Carruthers is on a mission for Queen Victoria when he finds exactly what he's looking for, in more ways than one. He rescues Miss Beryl Angsley and is duty bound to return her to her father. Beryl is accompanying her Father on some diplomatic business when she is kidnapped by pirates. She's rescued by Captain Carruthers and is attracted to the British sailor.

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