Audiobook, Historical Romance

A Dark and Stormy Knight by Kerrigan Byrne

Sir Carlton Morley is Scotland Yard’s Chief Inspector, the epitome of respectability. However, he has a secret nighttime persona, the Shadow of Night who seeks a different kind of justice from conventional law enforcement. On one particular night, while following a potential suspect, he finds himself on the grounds of an unconventional brothel where women… Continue reading A Dark and Stormy Knight by Kerrigan Byrne

Historical Romance

Behind His Blue Eyes by Kaki Warner

For the past two years, Audra Pearsall has protected her father, a noted historian who now has dementia, from the public. She’s skilled in her own right and has researched and published papers in his name to continue receiving financial support. As it became more difficult to shield her father, Audra moved the household from… Continue reading Behind His Blue Eyes by Kaki Warner

Historical Romance

The Highlander’s English Bride by Anna Campbell

Hamish Douglas is the Laird of Glen Lyon but his first passion is astronomy. He’s poised to present his groundbreaking research regarding a new comet to England’s elite when Emily Baylor, the bluestocking daughter of his beloved mentor, informs him of an error in his calculations. She’s always been an annoyance and this time she… Continue reading The Highlander’s English Bride by Anna Campbell

Historical Romance

Bride of the High Country by Kaki Warner

Lucinda Hathaway showed up in Heartbreak Creek on a train with Maddie Wallace, toting a lot of money and secrets. After her new friends found happiness there, she decided to stay, invest in the hotel and set her sights on revitalizing the entire town. But who was she and where did she come from? This… Continue reading Bride of the High Country by Kaki Warner

Historical Mystery

Who Speaks for the Damned by C. S. Harris

The Allied Sovereigns have assembled in London to celebrate the defeat of Napoleon in June 1814. Royal families from the German states, Russia and Austria are reveling in the restoration of the European monarchs. In the midst of all the festivities, the body of Nicholas Hayes, a British noble, was discovered in a tea garden.… Continue reading Who Speaks for the Damned by C. S. Harris

Historical Mystery

Murder on Pleasant Avenue by Victoria Thompson

Private investigators Frank Malloy and Gino Donatelli get a case that’s very close to home. Gino’s sister-in-law Teo asks for help in finding a missing volunteer worker who is a resident at the settlement house in Italian East Harlem. They fear she’s been kidnapped by Nunzio Esposito and his gang who’s operating under the Black… Continue reading Murder on Pleasant Avenue by Victoria Thompson

Audiobook, Historical Romance

The Duke with the Dragon Tattoo by Kerrigan Byrne

The man known only as The Rook has a past that he can’t remember beyond the moment he was rescued by Lorelai Weatherstroke and her family. He was found badly beaten and damaged near a roadside Ash tree and Lorelai willed him to live through her loving care and sweetness. As he recovered, she gave… Continue reading The Duke with the Dragon Tattoo by Kerrigan Byrne

Audiobook, Historical Romance

Colorado Dawn by Kaki Warner

Englishwoman Madeline (Maddie) Wallace married Scotsman Angus Wallace six years ago and he promptly left to fight England’s wars, leaving her with his family. After four years, two letters and one visit, Maddie decides to come to America’s western frontier when she’s offered a job capturing the territory through her photography. It’s been two years… Continue reading Colorado Dawn by Kaki Warner

Audiobook, Historical Romance

The Scot Beds His Wife by Kerrigan Byrne

What Gavin St. James wants most in life is to be emancipated from the Mackenzie name and family and he sees the way to do that is through acquiring the Erradale property currently owned by absent heir Alison Ross. She’s lived in America since her father was killed by Hamish Mackenzie the elder and Gavin… Continue reading The Scot Beds His Wife by Kerrigan Byrne

Audiobook, Historical Fiction

This Tender Land by William Kent Krueger

Odie O’Banion and his older brother Albert were orphaned when his father died, their mother having passed years before. The two then had to call the Lincoln Indian Training School in Minnesota home, the only white boys in attendance and under the supervision of its cruel superintendent Thelma Brickman and her husband Clyde. After four… Continue reading This Tender Land by William Kent Krueger