Two Sisters: One lives in a castle and one Is sold Into slavery.
A fictionalized account of the relationship between a leading female journalist, Lorena Hickok and First Lady, Eleanor Roosevelt.
A young woman in colonial SC is given authority over the family business but is faced with many difficulties, including the sexual abuse of slaves.
In Sarah Lark’s ISLAND OF A THOUSAND SPRINGS a woman comes into her own through enduring hardship on Colonial Period Jamaica.
Another Tudor-based book from the POV of Henry VIII’s sister, Queen Margaret of Scotland, and featuring her sister Mary and her Sister-in-Law, Queen Katherine, Henry VIII’s first wife.
After a serious injury, Charlie Silver hires a new coach who has no scruples to help her win a major tournament. What could possibly go wrong?
The birth of the United States and the lives of Thomas Jefferson and his eldest daughter, Martha “Patsy” Jefferson Randolph plays out in this brilliant imagining of her life.
The Jacobites are reforming, trying to bring their cause back. They have it in mind to use Jamie as a leader of men. Meanwhile, Lord John Grey and his brother the Duke are trying to root out traitors in the Army. It all adds up to one dangerous mess.
American ex-pat Maggie Hope, spy and Churchill’s secretary, returns as the US enters WWII and helps out the White House as she uncovers a plot to destroy Eleanor Roosevelt’s reputation.
The Schuyler Sisters’ story continues with Pregnant Pepper and her restored Mercedes Benz. When Pepper meets Annabelle she learns a lot and maybe finds a safe haven.