Reviews - Historical

Lady Georgiana is engaged to the Duke of Fordham, though she’s not particularly keen on the prospect. She admires him but doesn’t love him—not passionately. But she knew she would have to make an advantageous marriage, so things could be worse. Unfortunately, worse happens.

Clara Van Hoosan is on her way from Amsterdam to McClintock, Texas to help young Daniel McClintock regain the ability to walk. He has been paralyzed for two years and Clara, a highly recommended heilgymnast (physiotherapist), is Daniel’s last hope. The McClintocks are expecting C.R. Van Hoosan to be a man, while Clara expects Daniel to be a youngster.

Leana Fraser needs a job far away from the lecherous and vindictive hands of her former employer. Assuming another’s governess position with the handsome privateer lord, James MacArron, Leana hopes that she can win over the former pirate’s unruly daughters and obtain safety with the ‘Devil of the Highlands.’ But the longer she works for Jamie, the more danger she risks to her heart.

In a remote corner of Cornwall, an abandoned castle has fallen into the possession of the Earl of Avon who sends his best knight, Tenner de Velt, to turn the dilapidated castle into a stronghold against pirates. Tenner isn’t bothered by the ghostly rumors surrounding Baiadepaura Castle, but he isn’t excited about bringing his new wife, Analyla St.

Blessing, or Buster, her preferred name, inherits her father’s ranch. She has one hundred horses the Army has agreed to buy from her father, but the quartermaster refuses to do business with a woman. Buster decides to have a horse auction, giving the town’s widows and children half the proceeds. The money will prevent the evil Mortimer Crane from evicting these widows.

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