Review – The Earl Claims His Comfort by Regina Jeffers

Hurrying home to Tegen Castle from the Continent to assume guardianship of a child not his, but one who holds his countenance, Levison Davids, Earl of Remmington, is shot on the road and left to die. The incident has Remmington chasing after a man who remains one step ahead and who claims a distinct similarity—a…

Review – The Viscount and The Vicars Daughter; A Victorian Romance by Mimi Mattnews

England, 1861. A world-weary rake and a prim vicar's daughter are thrown together during a holiday house party. Will they discover there's more to each other than meets the eye? Or will revelations from the past end their fragile romance before it begins? A WORLD-WEARY RAKE After years of unbridled debauchery, Tristan Sinclair, Viscount St.…

Review – Origins; The Legend of Ava by Ivy Logan

Ava, the sorceress is pulled from the beyond to a destiny wherein a young woman is brutally killed earlier than her eyes. Forewarned towards interfering within the destiny, she nevertheless resolves to shop the killer of the lady. what will be the results of this act of mercy? Ava's movements fail to abort an incredible…

Review – Dancing For The Devil by Marie Laval

Can her love heal his haunted heart? Cape Wrath, Scotland, November 1847 Bruce McGunn is a man as brutal and unforgiving as his land in the far north of Scotland. Discharged from the army –where he was known as the ‘Claymore Devil’–haunted by the spectres of his fallen comrades, and convinced he is going mad,…

New Review – The Captain’s Disgraced Lady (Chadcombe Marriages #2) by Catherine Tinley

Who is Captain Harry Fanton? When Juliana Milford first encounters Captain Harry Fanton, she finds him arrogant and rude. There’s no way she’ll fall for his dazzling smile! Her visit to Chadcombe House was always going to prompt questions over her scandalous family, so she’s touched when Harry defends her reputation. She’s discovering there’s more…

Review – Proof of Virtue by Leila Snow

“In struggling with misfortune, Lies the true proof of virtue.” -Shakespeare It is the year 1848, and a cholera outbreak has just ravaged Manchester, leaving Emma Belden an orphan, with two young siblings to care for. Left with few options, she is forced to enter the workhouse and suffer the habitual injustices commonplace to that…