Tag: American Historical

Devotion’s Cost by Audrey Glenn

Devotion’s Cost by Audrey Glenn

When Verity inveigles the new vicar into a sham engagement, their relationship isn’t the only thing that’s fake… Verity Hayes has the soul of an artist — but her heart belongs to the Reverend Mr. Henry Crofton. She’s tried everything she can think of to prove how perfect they are for each other, but he barely seems to notice she’s alive. With her family of […]

May 27, 2021 / 0 Comments
A Gentleman for the Thief by Audrey Glenn

A Gentleman for the Thief by Audrey Glenn

Emma Miller has spent her entire life trying to support her father–even when that meant helping in his criminal schemes. When she finally has a chance to break away, Emma takes her brother to Philadelphia. They don’t know anyone and have no (legal) way to earn a living, but they’re ready to make a clean start where no one knows about their past. Despite her […]

March 20, 2021 / 0 Comments
Integrity’s Choice by Diana Davis

Integrity’s Choice by Diana Davis

WHO IS JEANNE DARK?? Fischer wants to court the brilliant, mysterious author Jeanne Dark. Will he discover she’s secretly Constance, the woman he spurned but still loves? A year ago, patriot printer Fischer Marks and potential poetess Constance Hayes fell for one another fast and hard—until Fischer suddenly broke things off. It’s too much to ask for her to forgive him, but even after all […]

February 20, 2021 / 0 Comments
A Brush with Love by Renae Weight Mackley

A Brush with Love by Renae Weight Mackley

Could Alice trade her passion for painting for a chance at love? At the turn of the century, Alice Burnham says “no thank you” to the stuffy suitors Grandfather has chosen, and wants to forge her own path. Yet a loveless marriage to a man of wealth seems the best way to continue paying for her education at the prestigious San Francisco Art Institute. Grandfather […]

January 20, 2021 / 0 Comments
Georgia Bride by Danielle Thorne

Georgia Bride by Danielle Thorne

He wants to desert. She intends to win no matter the cost. Georgia 1864 Ruth Ann Talley works at the Sweetwater mill that’s now a Confederate factory. Her pa and brother are dead, food is scarce, and the Yankees are closing in on Atlanta. She’ll probably never live to have a family of her own, but she won’t give up on the Cause. Lieutenant Jonah […]

January 8, 2021 / 0 Comments
His Accidental Bride by Carolyn Twede Frank

His Accidental Bride by Carolyn Twede Frank

Dorothy Bednar is living a life she despises. Forced to work as a double-dealing saloon girl, Dorothy has finally had enough. The next train out of town is her ticket to freedom, and Dorothy jumps aboard without a thought for where she’s going—until she meets a kind woman aboard the train. Her fellow passenger was originally traveling to Colorado to marry a man she’d never […]

January 4, 2021 / 0 Comments
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
A Colonial Christmas by Diana Davis & Audrey Glenn

A Colonial Christmas by Diana Davis & Audrey Glenn

Have a very merry colonial Christmas with your favorite heroes & heroines! A collection of four short stories featuring the characters of the Revolutionary romances A Gentleman’s Daughter, A Lady to Lead, Freedom’s Ring and Liberty’s Charge. Christmas with the Croftons: All Helen wants is to have a Christmas just like she and her sister had at home, complete with a party and a game […]

October 28, 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