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In The Time of the Wolves

by Eileen Charbonneau

The Year Without Summer

Fourteen-year-old Joshua Woods would like nothing better than to leave his Catskill mountain home and follow his uncles to Harvard. But it is the Spring of 1824, and Joshua's father, believing...


Eternal

by J.A. Belfield

An unmarried woman living in a house of men breeds hearsay and lore. If only the villagers knew the truth. It's not Jem Stonehouse's marital status that brings unwanted strangers to town. Rather, it's that she...


Rogues, Rakes, and Romance: 5 Historical Novellas

by Elizabeth Boyce, Jenny Jacobs & Pema Donyo

History is full of bad boys who have captured our hearts. Maybe it's the noble title or the chivalry. Perhaps it's the dashing sense of danger. No matter your preference, prepare to fall in love with five heroes...


Drover: Fergus Findlay Saves Fiona Mcrae

by Sullatober Dalton

In the aftermath of Waterloo, even with the help of his intuitive black collie Bruce, Fergus Findlay will need all his guile and courage to rescue Fiona McRae from the drudgery of a failed farm and her father's...


A Land Fit for Heroes: Miss Kirkwood's Class of Heroes

by Sullatober Dalton

This is a story of love; Peggy Kirkwood's enduring love for her fiance, killed as a pilot in the Great War; love for the people of her home community, especially the children she teaches. She is determined to...


AT 29: When Saturn Returns

by D. P. Macbeth

From New England to the frontier energy of 19th century Australia, a compelling story that immediately pulls you in and won't let you leave until its multiple storylines come together in the last chapters. AT...


Sydney and Fanny: The Price of Freedom

by Nathalie Rosamond Andrews

Sydney Jordan and Fanny Edwards are two emancipated slaves who continue to work on the white man's sugar plantation in Tobago. Sydney falls in love with Fanny, the maid in the Great House and they get married....


The Unreasoning Earth

by Jean Chapman

The Unreasoning Earth is set in rural Leicestershire in the First World War. Love, loss, grief and passion mingle through its pages with the changing rhythm of the seasons and descriptions of the exquisite English...


Wild about Austen: 6 Spiced-Up Jane Austen Classics

by Jane Austen, Annabella Bloom & Micah Persell

One of the most widely read authors in English literature certainly, Jane Austen had the writing talent to stand the test of time. But her time restricted her from telling the complete romantic stories behind...


Lily's Leap

by Téa| Cooper

From Escape Publishing's Queen of historical Australian romance comes a new story about a privileged member of Australian's colonial squattocracy, a bushranger, and a very special horse.

Born into the rough,...


The Private Affairs Of Lady Jane Fielding

by Viveka Portman

In the world of Regency England, only one thing matters - the begetting of an heir...

There is one fact I cannot hide nor deny. I have borne my husband no sons...

When Lord Jacob Fielding suffers a traumatic injury...


Flight from Love

by Peggy Gaddis

Reagan Hollingsworth's announcement was a stunning declaration for lovely nurse Brooke Martin: "I'm going to marry you, so you may as well get used to the idea."Such a proposal from the incredibly handsome and...


Amazir

by Tom Gamble

Revisiting the traditional epic-style novel format, Tom Gamble's Amazir is a breathtaking journey into the souks and mountains of Morocco of the late 1930s that chronicles a powerful love affair and a nation's...


The Heart Remembers

by Peggy Gaddis

Life in Harbor Pines was placid and tranquil. Everything followed its usual pattern; everyone moved peacefully along through life. But one night it all blew up in Shelley Kimbrough's face, and she was torn from...


Lord Somerton's Heir

by Alison Stuart

Can the love of an honourable man save her from  the memory of a desolate marriage?

From the battlefield of Waterloo to the drawing rooms of Brantstone Hall, Sebastian Alder's elevation from penniless army captain...


Secret Honeymoon

by Peggy Gaddis

Jealousy had shattered the happiness of Cathy and Bill's secret elopement. When Mark, the handsome man from Cathy's past, suddenly reappeared, Bill saw in their fond reunion a threat to his own love. Hurt and...


Mischief and Magnolias

by Marie Patrick

In 1863, Natchez, Mississippi, peacefully surrendered to the Union Army - but not everyone surrendered peacefully, especially not Shaelyn Cavanaugh. With both her brother and her intended off to war, her home,...


Blinded by Grace: Book Five of the Cotillion Ball series

by Becky Lower

In 1858 New York City, Halwyn Fitzpatrick thinks he's off the hook for attendance at the annual Cotillion Ball. He has no sister to shepherd down the grand staircase this year and no real desire to go through...


Caribbean Melody

by Peggy Gaddis

Their dancing duo was an overnight sensation at the posh Martinique hotel. It seemed like instant success, but Kristin knew that hard work and Leon's driving ambition had brought them to this point. Kristin...


Anne Of Avonlea

by Lucy Maud Montgomery

Anne is about to start her first term teaching at the Avonlea school, although she will still continue her studies at home with Gilbert, who is teaching at the nearby White Sands School. The book soon introduces...