Historical

Nino

The story of the simple pleasures and hard work of an Italian family, living around 1900 in a small village. Based upon the author's childhood.

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The Reluctant Flirt

Augusta Glendenning is so ill-at-ease in society that her family despairs of her ever marrying. Then Philip Denham is persuaded to transform Gussie into the toast of the town; all his gambling debts will be paid off if he's successful. But Philip soon realizes that Gussie is perfect the way she i...

The Scandalous Life of a True Lady

He’s a master of disguises— but he can’t mask true love Spymaster Harry Harmon’s new assignment is to spy on enemies at a country house party. To do that, he’ll require a courtesan— learned, truthful, and beautiful...

Poor, sensible, smart Simone Ryland has come to Mrs. Burton’s bawdy hous...

Rowan the Strange

Rowan knows he is strange. But dangerous? He didn't mean to scare his sister. In his right mind, he wouldn't hurt a fly. But there's a place he can go where they say they can fix his mind. Beyond the bars on the window, England is at war. Behind them, Rowan's own battle is only just beginning.

A Difficult Boy

Riveting historical fiction from a debut novelist about the friendship that grows between two young indentured servants, one of them Irish, as they struggle to survive their harsh master in nineteenth century New England. It is 1839, Nine-year-old Ethan does not want to work for Mr. Lyman, the we...

A Drop of Ink

Penni and disgraced, Adelaide Wentworth is feeling rather desperate. With nothing left to lose, she and her sister, Louisa, flee to Lake Geneva with Adelaide’s lover, the infamous poet Julian Estes. There, Louisa hopes to persuade Bayard Sonnier—celebrated writer and her former lover—to advance J...

Native Son

Caught between two worlds at war, he could lose everything—his country, his faith, and the woman who holds his heart captive.

Brigadier General Jonathan Carleton has pledged his allegiance to the cause of liberty, his service to General George Washington, and his heart to fiery Elizabeth H...

Blood of Ironside

Edgar Atheling has been betrayed by his allies and defeated in his attempt to win back the throne of England from William the Conqueror.

The Normans hunted for him across the north of England, devastating the land in the process. He only just escaped to the sanctuary of the King of the Sco...

Games of Rome

WINNER of Second Place in the 2016 Rainbow Awards, Best Gay Historical. In this sequel to Dominus, Gaius Fabius Rufus, the victorious general of Rome’s brutal Dacian Wars, finds his loyalties and his affections pulled in different directions. Should he return to Rome and secure his claim to the i...

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: The Diary of Bess Brennan

Blinded after a terrible accident, Bess must learn to overcome her disability with the help of new friends and skills at the Perkins School for the Blind, in the wake of America's Great Depression. After Bess Brennan is blinded in a sledding accident,

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The Officer's Code

In 1912, failing at Cambridge pre-law, Eric Foster rebels against his father’s rigid plans for his future as a barrister in the family’s London law firm. Transferring to Heidelberg University, he is ‘the Engländer’ to the other students. In his search to control his own destiny he falls in love w...

Worth Winning

Charles Burnsten, the sixth Earl of Dresford, is one of England’s most eligible bachelors. In a fit of madness, Charles agrees to an outrageous wager: to make any woman of his friend Archibald’s choosing fall in love with him—without the benefit of his wealth or title. Picking the one woman he kn...

Perdita

Governess Moira Greenwood's beautiful young charge, Perdita Brodie, is a high-spirited girl. She rebels against her stepmama's choice of mate and manages to get Moira and herself positions in a not-quite-shabby traveling acting troupe. While Moira cooks, her lovely cousin sings, attracting the ve...

Her Outlandish Stranger

In 2310, Jazz White is one of few surviving soldiers of a hated regime. Now “reprogrammed”, stripped of many of his memories and killing skills, Jazz is an outcast until he’s summoned by the government’s elite time-travel agency and told he must journey to the 1800s. His mission—to protect Eliza ...

The Sacred Land

IT'S A HARD DAY'S WORK, HUSTLING FOR AN HONEST DRACHMA Menedemos and Sostratos, those daunt traders of the third century B.

C., have set sail again--this time to Phoenicia. There Menedemos will spend the summer wheeling and dealing, while cousin Sostratos travels inland to the little-known ...

The Ivory Carver Trilogy: Mother Earth Father Sky, My Sister the Moon, and Brother Wind

A special three-in-one edition of Sue Harrison’s mythic and memorable Ivory Carver Trilogy In Mother Earth Father Sky, it’s 7056 BC, a time before history. On the first day that Chagak’s womanhood is acknowledged within her Aleut tribe, she unexpectedly finds herself betrothed to Seal Stalker, th...

Tom Swan and the Siege of Belgrade: Part Four

Fifteenth Century Europe. Tom Swan is not a professional soldier. He's really a merchant and a scholar looking for remnants of Ancient Greece and Rome - temples, graves, pottery, fabulous animals, unicorn horns.

But he also has a real talent for ending up in the midst of violence when he d...

The Sentimental Soldier

Amid the intrigue and espionage of wartime France, a British Colonel posing as a priest, and an adventurous young lady masquerading as a prince make reluctant allies -- and unlikely lovers...

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Come Unto Me

Jesus of Nazareth's announcement that he is the Messiah has blazed through Jerusalem and the surrounding countryside like wildfire. As he travels through Galilee, the crowds follow him, witnessing miracles and healings. Jesus teaches the parable of the lost sheep and the return of the prodigal so...