Category: Historical

Bride in Blue – Christine Sterling

My heavenly Father gives me the stories and words. I am so thankful for your gifts and I love using them to glorify you! I’m eternally grateful to be your daughter. My husband Daniel, who supports me in this crazy writing life. I am glad I’ve been able to retire you through my writing and […]

Bride for Theodore – Kirsten Osbourne

Hazel Hughes had too much time on her hands, a condition which even the sweet matron of Ottawa admitted was good for no one. Not a single good thing could come from her having too little to do and too much time to do it in. She’d been a widow for fifteen years, and at […]

Bride for Richard – Amelia C. Adams

Violet Pettit sat in the long grasses that grew along the bank of the small river near her home. This was the best vantage point for seeing the night sky, and tonight, the stars were incredibly brilliant. She could easily pick out several constellations, and as she sat there, she recited the names of them […]

Bride for Michael – Amelia C. Adams

Kathryn Wilkes boarded the train and glanced around, looking for a good place to sit. Most of the seats were taken, and the few that remained were across from men of disreputable looks. She was about to ask the conductor if there wasn’t another passenger car when she noticed an older woman sitting alone, and […]

Brennus – Hazel Hunter

BEING A REDHEAD in Scotland helped Althea Jarden blend in with the locals, at least until she spoke. Although she’d lost most of her southern accent while working on her Ph.D. at Cornell, whatever she said broadcast her as an American. Fortunately, no one held that against her. The Scots she met were more curious […]

Breathless – Anne Stuart

“I don’t think this is a good idea,” the honorable Jane Pagett said, wringing her hands. “Mr. St. John isn’t very good ton. I don’t trust him.” Lady Miranda Rohan looked at her dearest friend with a wicked grin. They were sitting in Miranda’s bedroom in the Rohan townhouse on Clarges Street as the young […]

Brazen and the Beast – Sarah MacLean

September 1837 Mayfair In twenty-eight years and three hundred and sixty-four days, Lady Henrietta Sedley liked to think that she’d learned a few things. She’d learned, for example, that if a lady could not get away with wearing trousers (an unfortunate reality for the daughter of an earl, even one who had begun life without […]

Brazen – Amy Sandas

London, 1822 In the late afternoon on a day much like every other dreary London day, four handsome young gentlemen assembled in the most exclusive private drawing room available to guests in Pendragon’s Pleasure House. Each of the men came from a long and distinguished line of affluence and privilege. And, as many wild and […]

Brave New Earl – Jane Ashford

As Benjamin Romilly, the fifth Earl of Furness, walked down Regent Street toward Pall Mall, tendrils of icy fog beaded on his greatcoat and brushed his face like ghostly fingertips. The rawness of the March evening matched his mood—cheerless and bleak. He couldn’t wait to leave London and return to his Somerset home. He’d come […]

Brandr – Ashe Barker

Achnaryrie Village, Gaillaibh, the land of the Picts, Scotland 912 AD ust try a drop more broth. Please. It’s good and will help you to regain your strength…” Eithne dipped a hunk of bread into the bowl of warm stew and placed it against the dry, cracked lips of her father-in-law. “Ailsa managed to trap […]

Branded – Scottie Barrett

New Mexico Territory, 1874… “That was the easiest thousand we’ve ever made. And all for the price of a bullet.” “We? Hell if I’m taking any credit for that ugly mess. That prize is all yours.” Slade grabbed a chair and spun it around to straddle it. “They’ve gussied him up and propped his casket […]

Boundless – Lynne Connolly

She’s the unlikely wallflower of the extraordinary Shaw family. A woman who will never marry, but not for the reasons you might think . . . Attacked on the streets of London, Lady Livia Shaw is relieved when a gentleman comes to her aid— and startled to discover her rescuer is Adrian, the Duke of […]

Bound to the Commander – Libby Campbell

In the year 3817 CE, as Earth collapsed under the ravages of climate change, fleets of spaceships were launched in a last-ditch effort to save the human species. They traveled to far galaxies looking for another world to call home, carrying with them elements of earth cultures as well as Earth-based plants and animals. A […]

Bound By The Christmastide Moon – Christina McKnight

Silas Anson, the eighth Earl of Lichfield, glared across the vast, disorderly expanse of what he’d recently come to view as his desk, not the unfamiliar, cluttered stretch of flat surface that had once belonged to his father. A man he barely remembered and could not conjure in his mind. On the receiving end of […]

Boudreaux’s Lady – Lauren Smith

T he shrieking wind against the windowpanes nearly matched the wails of the young woman in bed. Her body seized with agony, and she cried out as a midwife pressed two hands against her swollen belly. “Push a bit harder, my lady.” Lucy, the midwife urged. The woman in the bed sank back against the […]

Born to Be Wilde – Eloisa James

Miss Lavinia Gray considered herself reasonably brave. In her twenty-one years, she had been presented to both an English and a French queen without losing her composure. She had squeaked, but not screamed, after a close encounter with an exceedingly large bear. Perhaps “bear” was an exaggeration. One could call it a dog, but only […]

Border Brides – Kathryn Le Veque

“THERE HE İS,” a knight in snow-covered armor hissed. “Do you see him?” His companion, with a bushy red beard and dirty blond hair, was focused on a copse of white-encrusted trees off to the south. It was early morning and snow was falling so heavily that it was as if a thick blanket of […]

Bookish Belinda – Jo Grafford

Belinda Fairfax was deathly tired of waiting for answers. It had been weeks — no, months! — since she’d penned her letter, begging for an explanation from her former affianced about his continued absence from Boston. Now that his long-lost sister had been located, there was no more reason for Colt Branson to remain on […]

Bonny and the Bank Robber – Kari Trumbo

Gavin Hart led his horse down the dirt path he’d worn around the small derelict town of Redemption Bluff. Long golden grass swayed in the breeze. He was close enough to see the dust from the town’s one street, yet far enough away no one should notice him. His horse Coffee snuffled and cropped a […]

Bodice Ripper – Lola Rebel

Here’s a preview of the hot story you’re about to read… He hadn’t shaved in a couple of days and his stubble was scratchy, and for a moment she almost pulled away. Then he melted into her and stood up to meet her. She could feel his arms tightening around her waist, and then he […]


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