"A tale of ancient kingdoms, of love promised and lost, heralded victory and hopeless defeat, -- a historical novel of Ancient Greece.
A fresh twisty regency plot, romantic intrigue and closes brushes with clandestine disasters --- a classy and scandalous entertaining read!
Rich in detail and exceptional in development, A River Divides is Michael Roueche’s second novel focused on a few characters whose lives are inextricably challenged and changed by the political upheaval of the Civil War.
A dark, rich, historical 18th-century tale that weaves real pirates into a fictional story with many unexpected twists and turns.
A well conceived rags-to-riches story refreshingly told from the suffragette point of view and a stirring vision of manly exploits on the high seas, and the suffragette movement of the late 1800s.
The ORDER of the LILY by Catherine A. Wilson and Catherine T. Wilson, a captivating and breathtaking14c tale
A captivating and historically accurate medieval story of spirited twin sisters separated at birth find each other and their power in this era of cruel patriarchal oppression!
This well-researched and beautifully written Regency romance will appeal to anyone who has ever loved and (almost) lost.
The often-unknown role of women in wartime as travel nurses and pilots, as well as the use of herbs for natural healing, add interesting and relative historical content to this engaging American saga.
Unlike many Civil War sagas, this one takes no obvious sides. The focus is on Agnes—a vital, strong woman with feminist ideals, and Jabez, the only man smart and determined enough to gain her love.
An intriguing version of the biblical story of Samson and Delilah ensues that lays the foundation for more political intrigue, betrayal and subterfuge, and plot twists in ancient Canaan.