A young woman is sent into “service” in the British countryside.
A college co-ed marries for security and not for love. Art and love are freedoms that can be hard to find when security stifles creativity.
Years ago, a young second-son put his love on the line and was rebuffed by a woman and her ducal dad. Will Bow Street’s knighted investigator, Sir Brook Derring, rescue the woman by whom he was spurned?
Everyone in historical romance talks about going to London in “the season.” I’ve always wondered when was this “Season?” Is is a particular “season” like spring, or winter? I looked it up so you don’t have to.
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, Historical Romance • Tags: aristocracy, Bronwen Evans, England, governess, Libertine Scholars, London, Napoleon, society, strong women, the ton, war hero, Waterloo, women's rights
An injured hero, unjustly accused of a crime and a wife on the lam discover each other in an action filled historical romance series starter.