Tag: American Historical

Liberty’s Charge by Audrey Glenn

Liberty’s Charge by Audrey Glenn

How will Patience choose between a charming politician and a dashing patriot? Patience Hayes is desperate to finish an important legal case for her father, but her family and friends require a great deal of attention. Although her time is precious, when a handsome, patriotic printer asks to court her, she admires him enough to give him a chance. At the same time, she starts […]

November 12, 2020 / 0 Comments
Freedom’s Ring by Diana Davis

Freedom’s Ring by Diana Davis

Owen has loved Temperance since they were children. Can they ever be more than friends? Temperance Hayes has had her life planned out practically from birth: she was to marry a rich man, preferably the governor’s son, and live out her life in comfort. After the governor’s son is killed, her plans seem to lose all shape, until she finds help in the form of […]

October 17, 2020 / 0 Comments
A Lady to Lead by Audrey Glenn

A Lady to Lead by Audrey Glenn

Can Helen and Nathaniel put aside their differences long enough to fall in love? Helen Crofton longs for a chance to show her new friends in the colonies everything she’s capable of. When she’s elected president of her charitable society, she convinces the other ladies that selling tarts is the best way for them to raise funds. There are just two small problems: Helen doesn’t […]

August 3, 2020 / 0 Comments
A Gentleman’s Daughter by Diana Davis

A Gentleman’s Daughter by Diana Davis

A gentleman’s daughter. A marquess’s son. Hate at first sight. Cassandra Crofton was raised a gentleman’s daughter. When her father dies, however, she is forced to join her uncle in the American colonies. To add to her humiliation, on the journey to Pennsylvania, a snobbish popinjay refuses to treat her with the respect she deserves. Lord David Beaufort is the youngest son of the Marquess […]

June 29, 2020 / 0 Comments
Fifteen-Sixteenths by Renae Weight Mackley

Fifteen-Sixteenths by Renae Weight Mackley

One girl’s civil war on civil rights could get her suspended from school. Being fifteen-sixteenths white shouldn’t matter. But in 1963, as a new girl at an all-white South Carolina high school, it does. Discovery of Charlotte’s mixed ancestry would mean her suspension—removing her from friends, a boyfriend, and her best chance for a drama scholarship. When Gran breaks her leg and moves in, Charlotte’s […]

April 1, 2020 / 0 Comments
Hannah’s Handkerchief by Zina Abbott

Hannah’s Handkerchief by Zina Abbott

At the officers’ dance, she gave him her handkerchief. Knowing he would be assigned to the western forts of Kansas, he told her, “Remember me.” With her blonde hair and blue eyes, Hannah Atwell, a Kansas farmer’s daughter, knows she is pretty—and she enjoys pretty things. She spent her life striving to be the perfect, obedient daughter. She feels she is destined for something more […]

March 27, 2020 / 0 Comments
A Cowboy of Convenience by Stacie Henrie

A Cowboy of Convenience by Stacie Henrie

Groom by Agreement A real home—it’s what Vienna Howe dearly wants for her young daughter. Yet the ramshackle property she just inherited hardly qualifies. She can’t afford the repairs—until foreman West McCall suggests they start a dude ranch together. For propriety’s sake, they’ll need a marriage in name only… a practical solution for two wary hearts. Years ago, West convinced Vienna to marry a man […]

June 4, 2018 / 0 Comments
Frontier Matchmaker Bride by Regina Scott

Frontier Matchmaker Bride by Regina Scott

The Lawman Meets His Match Successful Seattle matchmaker Beth Wallin has her most challenging assignment yet—find Deputy Hart McCormick a bride. Beth’s still smarting after the handsome lawman spurned her affections a year ago. But if she finds Hart a wife, Beth will gain favor with the city’s most influential women… and perhaps free her own heart, as well. Marriage is the last thing on […]

March 14, 2018 / 0 Comments
Healing Sarah by Lorin Grace

Healing Sarah by Lorin Grace

The only thing colder than Summer 1816 is Sarah’s heart, and Dr. Timison Dawes is determined to melt it. Sarah Marden is perfectly happy in her role as the family spinster. Almost. But things aren’t the way they should be this summer. Emma’s health is failing, snow is falling in June, and Timmy is back. Twenty years ago, Sarah ran from his kisses because he […]

March 14, 2018 / 1 Comment
The Rancher’s Temporary Engagement by Stacy Henrie

The Rancher’s Temporary Engagement by Stacy Henrie

Undercover Fiancée The Pinkerton agent that Edward Kent hired is intelligent, capable—and unexpectedly female! Though shocked to learn that Maggy Worthing will be investigating the threats to his Wyoming horse ranch, Edward needs to find the culprit. And if that means a temporary engagement to give Maggy a cover story, he’ll play along with the feisty detective. Maggy always gets her man—at least when it […]

February 8, 2018 / 0 Comments