Reviews - Historical

Capitán Santiago Velázquez, heir to a large and prosperous shipping company and fugitive of the Spanish Inquisition, never thought he would ever trust a woman again, after a disgruntled lover accused him of sexual tendencies illegal in Spain. Forced into piracy like his famous ancestor, to survive in the Americas he finds contentment squirreling away the wealth of other Spanish ships.

Fraser MacLomain should have been dead on the shores of Scotland, except a kind healer finds him and nurses him back to health. Honor bound to aid the beautiful lass who saved his life and stole his heart, he agrees to help protect Elspeth MacLauchlin, her secrets, and her family from an ancient feud surrounding a hidden treasure.

The Earl's Masquerade
Kimberly
Westrope

Lady Catherine Elmsworth has little interest in her first London Season. While her Aunt Margaret is determined to ensure her niece is a success and makes a splendid match, Catherine is only interested in the handsome stranger who plays in the orchestra. Garrett Brennan is enjoying his time as a violinist while he finishes his studies at Cambridge.

Brennain has longed to hold Morna, the love of his heart, once again ever since he left Miathi, their small village. For two years, they have yearned to be reunited, but when King Tuathal sends Brennain on a new mission to Miathi, he discovers Morna is married and has a child.

It's 1976 and an unexpected encounter brings Nick Vitale face-to-face with Karen Dombrowski, the only woman he has ever loved. Eight years earlier, Karen and Nick eloped and a few months later, Nick volunteered for Vietnam. In December 1967, he shipped out. While there, he received his divorce papers, which he never signed, and soon after, he lost his legs.

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