Book review: Rachel Fordham, A Lady in Attendance

A Lady in Attendance by Rachel Fordham Publication Date: June 1, 2021 Revell Genre: Historical Fiction/Christian/Romance Five years in a New York state reformatory have left a blemish on Hazel’s real name. So when she takes a job as Doctor Gilbert Watts’s lady in attendance in 1898, she does so under an alias. In the … More Book review: Rachel Fordham, A Lady in Attendance

Book review: Becky Michaels, A Rake Like You

A Rake Like You by Becky Michaels Publication Date: August 31, 2021 Mildred Press Series: Linfield Hall, Book #2 Genre: Historical Romance/Regency About to turn thirty, Charles Finch finally realizes his luck has run out. He’s twenty thousand pounds in debt, his entire family hates him, and the powerful Duke of Rutley is watching his … More Book review: Becky Michaels, A Rake Like You

Book review: Virginia Heath, How Not to Chaperon a Lady

How Not to Chaperon a Lady His childhood nemesis…is the woman he can’t resist! Chaperoning Charity Brookes while she’s on a singing tour should be easy for Griffith Philpot—he’s spent his whole life sparring with her over her flighty ways! But as he discovers that she’s much more than the impetuous girl he thought he … More Book review: Virginia Heath, How Not to Chaperon a Lady

Book review: Ella Matthews, The Knight’s Maiden in Disguise

The Knight’s Maiden in Disguise Risking her life To save a knight! Disguising herself as her late twin brother keeps Avva Carpenter, and her family, safe. Until Sir William Devereux arrives in her town. As the castle’s stable master, Avva can’t avoid the knight—or the desire he instantly stirs in her. He’s everything she never … More Book review: Ella Matthews, The Knight’s Maiden in Disguise

Book review: Gail Ward Olmsted, Landscape of a Marriage

Landscape of a Marriage By Gail Ward Olmsted A marriage of convenience leads to a life of passion and purpose. A shared vision transforms the American landscape forever. New York, 1858: Mary, a young widow with three children, agrees to marry her brother-in-law Frederick Law Olmsted, who is acting on his late brother’s deathbed plea … More Book review: Gail Ward Olmsted, Landscape of a Marriage

Book review: A. E. Walnofer, Out of the Bower

Out of the Bower London, 1817: When Barclay Durbin, a young street preacher, encounters Honora Goodwin, injured on a London street, he doesn’t know she has just escaped from Titania’s Bower, a brothel. Taking her to his ancestral home to recover amongst his family, he falls in love with the vivacious girl and comes to … More Book review: A. E. Walnofer, Out of the Bower

Book review: Marie Laval, Angel of the Lost Treasure

Angel Of The Lost Treasure An ancient secret hidden within a mother’s song … When young widow, Marie-Ange Norton is invited to Beauregard in France by the mysterious Monsieur Malleval to collect an inheritance, she has no choice but to accept. But when she embarks on the voyage with her fiery-tempered travelling companion Capitaine Hugo … More Book review: Marie Laval, Angel of the Lost Treasure

Book review: Virginia Heath, The Marquess Next Door

The Marquess Next Door A dashing new neighbour… Temptation on her doorstep! To avoid an unwanted suitor at a ball, Hope Brookes asks another gentleman to rescue her. He obliges – with a surprisingly passionate kiss! Revealed as her sinfully handsome new neighbour, Lucius, Marquess of Thundersley, they forge a friendship over their balconies. It’s … More Book review: Virginia Heath, The Marquess Next Door

Book review: Helen Louise Cox, Disarming the Wildest Warrior

Disarming the Wildest Warrior 1725, Williamsburg. No more English tea parties with her father’s medical colleagues for Gilda Griffiths. She left those behind for the open Virginia plains and plans to leave the East Coast too before a violent figure from her past catches up with her. When Williamsburg bully, Emmett Lawson assaults an elderly … More Book review: Helen Louise Cox, Disarming the Wildest Warrior

Book review: Eric Schumacher, Sigurd’s Swords

Book Title: Sigurd’s Swords Series: Olaf’s Saga, Book 2 From best-selling historical fiction novelist, Eric Schumacher, comes the second volume in Olaf’s Saga: the adrenaline-charged story of Olaf Tryggvason and his adventures in the kingdom of the Rus. AD 968. It has been ten summers since the noble sons of the North, Olaf and Torgil, … More Book review: Eric Schumacher, Sigurd’s Swords