Reviews - Historical

This third installment of the Everlasting Heart Series is not a standalone book. Charlotte and Sanderson's romantic relationship may be well- drawn in a previous volume but here it is assumed; there is a child on the way. The same intimate knowledge of each series character is handled similarly.

Dangerous Decisions
Margaret
Kaine

Helena Standish has a bad feeling about Oliver Faraday, but she can't it. He is handsome, wealthy, and upheld as an ideal match by society and her own family. She accepts his suit, even though a part of her longs for the handsome and caring Dr.

Lucy Ashbrook is sketching birds at the Bird Sanctuary when her heart is stolen. But Oliver Barrow, the Sanctuary worker who sweeps her off her feet is not the sort of man her father will ever approve.  Oliver loves working at the Sanctuary, especially now that the mesmerizing Miss Ashbrook has begun to join him there.

Intrigue
Jaimey
Grant

REGENCY:  “Intrigue” opens with a mysterious, fast pace. Malvina is a woman protecting her son while caught in politics and unsavory affairs. Blackmail, highway robbery and treason loom, and literary hooks soon grip the reader.

Haven is in a lot of trouble. She is being held by Lord Henri, a crazy old vampire, who is convinced that she is in fact the love of his life reincarnated. She can’t even run away – not only is her father’s life in balance, but the one time she tried she was promptly returned to his henchman, Avrum Brenin.

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