Recent Reviews

HISTORICAL:  Mary Bryght is an amateur historian, the daughter of a scientist, sister of an artist, and determined to uncover the truth about her family.

WESTERN:  As the War of 1812 comes to a close and American settlers move further west, the bravest settle the narrow strip of land along the Red River in Texas, in an area disputed between Arkansas, Mexico, and the Native American tribes that roam the area. Securing the land could cost lives, but once won, families, like Samuel Wyllie’s, will be able to carve out a future for themselves.

Wesley Reynolds is determined to avenge his family’s wrongful banishment by his father’s best friends. Arranging a plan to ruin Lord Ewan and Graeme Maxwell’s trading network and steal their most precious jewel, Wesley feels sure of success, but the last thing he expects is the distraction presented by Maxwell’s enchanting daughter, Darla.

Lady Ada Kathryn Ellis, debutante and daughter of a Baron, is enthralled with London’s mid-eighteenth-century high society. Or she would be, if she could attract the attention of Viscount Michael Alder. It was love at first sight and even though he was supposed to marry her best friend’s sister, it didn’t matter. He is the standard, no one else comes close.

The Kitchen Brigade
Laurie
Boris

DYSTOPIAN:  The United States of America has crumbled on the world stage and is occupied by countries who at one time were her arch-enemies. New terrorists, a motley crew of citizen soldiers, must infiltrate and take down their invading hosts if any semblance of freedom is to return to America’s shores.  But every powerful occupying force must eat.

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