Reviews - Historical

Tina Rowan is a beautiful, talented seamstress and modiste. However, her illegitimate background has landed her in trouble with her foster family. Either she pays her foster father to stay away or she marries his equally brutal son. Unfortunately, starting up a modiste business in London requires connections and the only person she can turn to is the mother who abandoned her as a child.

Sidonie Demers is well aware that her life could have been that of a slave. Born in freedom, and with her white father’s features, Sidonie has the perfect cover as a maid in the Deerbourne Inn to aid escaping slaves travel the Underground Railroad to freedom.

Lord Aramis Russe has been drowning in misery since his wife and young son died, and his friends have had enough. Determined to revive their friend, Prince Edward himself orders Aramis to protect the beautiful widow Dowager Countess Clementine de Winter. Not only has the prince accidentally embroiled the widow in a scandal, but danger stalks her and her household.

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King John is being foolish, fighting against the barons of the land for what is best for England. Eventually agreeing to sign the Magna Carta created by the barons, the king has plans to alter the agreement to better suit his whims. However, foreseeing such deception the men have another copy made and are seeking the assistance of a well-educated scribe to create more.

Jillian St. Clare’s life changed drastically when her mother died. She becomes the charge of her mother’s ex-lover, the Earl of Rystoke, who is anything but a gentleman. The Earl sees Jillian as chattel. He is intent on finding her a husband who will benefit him the most—politically as well as financially.

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