Historical Romance

  • Colorado Hope by Charlene Whitman

    0 out of 5

    1875 ~ Beset by a sudden spring storm on the Front Range, newlywed Grace Cunningham watches in horror as her husband, Monty, is swept downriver. Pregnant and despairing, she stumbles into Fort Collins and tries to make a life for herself, praying that one day the man she loves will walk into town and back into her life.

    Montgomery Cunningham wakens on the bank of a river with no recollection of who he is or how he got the gash on his head. A woman named Stella, who claims to be his fiancée, nurses him back to health. Plagued by images of a faceless woman who he is certain is the key to his past, Monty concedes to Stella’s pressure to marry him and move to Fort Collins, but he quickly regrets his actions.

    A year after Grace’s tragic loss, Monty walks into the dress shop where she works–with a woman on his arm. Shocked that Monty has no recollection of her, Grace is determined to win back his heart. Somehow she must help him regain his memories and his buried love for her–and not just for her sake but for the sake of their infant son, Ben.

    Monty, miserable in his marriage to a woman he hardly knows, is inexplicably drawn to Grace. Every time he’s near her, memories surface, but they are hazy and troubling. He’s torn between his vows and the desires of his heart, for he cannot stay away from Grace.

    Grace’s hope is sparked when Monty starts recalling glimpses of his past. But when murderous outlaws come to town, she is thrust into grave danger. Monty risks his life to rescue her, only to face even greater perils in the treacherous mountains. Can she truly hang on to hope when she is about to lose all she loves?

    This new full-length Historical Western Romance novel takes readers on a heart-wrenching journey of love, loss, and hope amid the dangers and challenges in Colorado Territory’s wild frontier.

  • The Edge of Revolt by Uvi Poznansky

    0 out of 5

    Struggling to find the right balance between loving his sons and upholding justice, David is silent when Amnon rapes his daughter, Tamar, and when Absalom lures Amnon to his death. These crimes go unpunished, because a mysterious change has come upon the king, which his court scribes note even before he does. In the past he had to explain his actions, such as the affair with Bathsheba, to them. Now, they want to understand the opposite thing: his lack of action. 

    In families other than his, such matters may be a mere matter of gossip. Yet when assault, incest, and murder occur in the king’s family, they affect matters of the state. David is toppled from his throne, and must escape from the son he adores, Absalom. 

    Even as he finds a way to quell the revolt and come back to the City of David, the road ahead seems unclear. How will he find the right successor amongst his remaining sons, the one who will connect to him and continue his legacy? 

    This is volume III of the trilogy The David Chronicles, told candidly by the king himself. David uses modern language, indicating that this is no fairytale. Rather, it is a story that is happening here and now.

  • DARING PASSAGE: BOOK TWO OF THE SPIRITED AWAY SAGA by Maggie Plummer

    0 out of 5

    DARING PASSAGE is the much-awaited sequel to Maggie Plummer’s bestselling first novel, SPIRITED AWAY – A NOVEL OF THE STOLEN IRISH.

    The first book paints an intimate, compelling portrait of 1650s Irish slavery in the Caribbean.

    DARING PASSAGE tells the rest of Irish slave Freddy O’Brennan’s tale.

    It’s still 1656, and Freddy is on the run. Determined to protect her young children and keep her family together, she is tested more than ever as she navigates a choking gauntlet of greed, corruption, duplicity, and bloody violence.

    Romantic sparks fly, then smolder, and ultimately threaten to explode.

    DARING PASSAGE: BOOK TWO OF THE SPIRITED AWAY SAGA is a 70,000-word historical romance novel that captures a rare, authentic glimpse of life in the New World colonies of the seventeenth century.

  • The Courtesan’s Book of Secrets by Georgie Lee

    0 out of 5

    London,1803

    Uncovered: a list of noblemen’s names—each one guilty of treason.

    To save his family legacy, Rafe Densmore must seize a courtesan’s infamous register. No one can ever know how his father betrayed his country! One person stands in Rafe’s way—the beautiful Cornelia, Comtesse de Vane.

    In the card rooms of Paris, Rafe and Cornelia made an unbeatable…intimate team. Until, convinced of Rafe’s desertion, desperate Cornelia married an elderly comte. Now, returning to London an impoverished widow, she’ll do anything to possess the register.

    Even if that means becoming Rafe’s partner once again….

  • 1763: A Boy by Gene Jordan

    0 out of 5

    In “1763: A Boy” Jonathan Mercer rides express between the forts along the Allegheny River for Colonel Bouquet. Jonathan gets careless and finds his worst nightmare has come true. He’s been captured by the Delaware Indians, Lenni Lenape. Beaten and unable to talk he finds himself in a fight to survive. It is during this time that he meets a beautiful girl named Laura who quickly wins his heart, but in this dangerous world and time dangers lurk in the shadows. Will they ever escape? Will their love cost them everything including life itself? Can they ever be together or will their love forever be hidden in the shadows of night? Get your copy today to find out!

  • The Bordunes: Lorelei Langley by Richard DuBois

    0 out of 5

    They were the richest family of the Gilded Age. Behind their facade of aristocratic refinement lies a saga of lust, love and greed. From the great palaces of Europe to the mansions of Newport, they lived in a world of unrivaled opulence and unbridled passions. Lorelei Langley is the first chapter of the upcoming novel The Bordunes. Lorelei is a southern vixen, impoverished by the Civil War, who has come to Manhattan to marry well and won’t let anything stand in her way.

  • Tempting the Governess by Vivienne Westlake

    0 out of 5

    Never fall in love with your employer. Any respectable governess knew the cardinal rule. Christine Aubrey prided herself on her devotion to her charges, never suspecting that one day a former pupil would tempt her to break every rule in the book.

    Theodore Blake was a “good boy” who grew up into a responsible man. Shouldering the burden of raising his sister’s children and managing his older brother’s affairs, Teddy has always done the right thing. But when his former governess returns to Birchwood, all he can think about is how good it would be to be bad.

  • The Gardener of Baghdad by Ahmad Ardalan

    0 out of 5

    Adnan leads a weary existence as a bookshop owner in modern-day, war-torn Baghdad, where bombings, corruption and assault are everyday occurrences and the struggle to survive has suffocated the joy out of life for most. But when he begins to clean out his bookshop of forty years to leave his city in search of somewhere safer, he comes across the story of Ali, the Gardener of Baghdad, Adnan rediscovers through a memoir handwritten by the gardener decades ago that beauty, love and hope can still exist, even in the darkest corners of the world

  • Mail Order Bride: Westward Winds by Linda Bridey

    0 out of 5

    Tessa O’Connor lives in a world of privilege and excess. Her doting parents want her to make a good match with a worthy gentleman and live a respectable life. She is beautiful and intelligent and she comes with a hefty dowry. There is no reason that she shouldn’t be able to find an eligible man and settle down.

    Tessa herself is the reason. The men who are attempting to court her are, in her opinion, boring and conceited. Not only that, Tessa craves excitement and adventure, of which there is little in her social circles. By chance, she comes across an advertisement for a bride brokerage company seeking eligible women of good breeding to go west and find husbands.

    One man on the list catches her eye and she begins corresponding with him, eventually agreeing to go to Montana to meet him. She can’t resist the possibility of finding someone different and even if she doesn’t, the adventure itself would be worth her time. Tessa makes a successful escape and sets out to make a new life in Montana.

    Will she find love under the Montana skies?

  • My Lady, The Spy (Brethren of the Coast Book 2) by Barbara Devlin

    0 out of 5

    Book Two in the Brethren of the Coast series

    Can the mind forget what the eyes have seen?

    L’araignee, The Spider, is England’s most notorious spy–and Lady Rebecca Wentworth’s alter ego. After her partner in espionage is killed in the line of duty, Rebecca returns to London, only to discover a traitor has compromised the war effort from the highest levels of the vaunted Counterintelligence Corps. To lure the villain into the open, Rebecca embarks on a new mission, acting as prey for a dangerous enemy. But it is the handsome former Navy captain tasked with her safety that presents the greatest threat, when she falls in love. Can Rebecca trade her cloak of office for an ermine-collared pelisse, her trusty dagger for opera glasses, and shed the underworld of espionage to claim the future she desperately desires?

    When Nautionnier Knight Dirk Randolph is sent to evacuate spies from the Continent, he is shocked to find a beautiful noblewoman in service to the Crown. A no-nonsense man accustomed to a ruthlessly ordered life, his world is upended when he is paired with the intriguing operative and must act the part of smitten suitor. While he protects the fascinating agent provocateur, he does not guard his heart. But can he accept that his ladylove and the spy exist as two sides of the same coin?

    All four books in this exciting historical romance series are now on sale for 99 cents each!