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In a small Welsh village, naïve Michelle Warbutton is devastated by a shocking family secret. Forced to rethink her future, she longs to see the world.
In Yorkshire and already world-weary, Guy Halfpenny is desperate to escape his miserable life.
Both have limited choices.
Their paths aren’t destined to cross until they join the British Army – where sexism is rife, homosexuality illegal, and political correctness a future ideal.
Discover how lives are shaped, friendships forged and loves won and lost in this gripping adventure of love, humor, and tragedy.

California Bound

by Frank Kelso

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Jeb & Zach are God-fearing, hard-working, honest southern boys–if you don’t count stealing Gen. Sherman’s horse in the Civil War.
In a Union POW camp, Jeb & Zach dreamed of California Gold, but the road West leads Jeb to his sis’s home in Texas. A border war raged on the Rio Bravo near Eagle Pass TX. Cattle rustled! Ranches burnt! Innocents killed or kidnapped. Jeb’s niece is missing.
Texas Lawmen won’t … US Cavalry can’t … 2 Civil War veterans wade across the Rio to rescue a stolen girl!

Godwine Kingmaker

by Mercedes Rochelle

Harold Godwineson, the Last Anglo-Saxon King, owed everything to his father. Who was this Godwine, first Earl of Wessex and known as the Kingmaker? Was he an unscrupulous schemer, using King and Witan to gain power? Or was he the greatest of all Saxon Earls, protector of the English against the hated Normans? The answer depends on who you ask. He was befriended by the Danes, raised up by Canute the Great, given an Earldom and a wife from the highest Danish ranks. He sired nine children, among them four Earls, a Queen and a future King. Along with his power came a struggle to keep his enemies at bay, and Godwine’s best efforts were brought down by the misdeeds of his eldest son Swegn.

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In seventeenth-century London, thirteen years after the plague and twelve years after the Great Fire, the restoration of King Charles II has dulled the memory of Cromwell’s puritan rule, yet fear and suspicion are rife. Religious turmoil is rarely far from tipping the scales into hysteria.

Elizabeth Cellier, a bold and outspoken midwife, regularly visits Newgate Prison to distribute alms to victims of religious persecution. There she falls in with the charming Captain Willoughby, a debtor, whom she enlists to gather information about crimes against prisoners, so she might involve herself in petitioning the king in their name.

“Tis a plot, Madam, of the direst sort.’

With these whispered words Willoughby draws Elizabeth unwittingly into the infamous Popish Plot and soon not even the fearful warnings of her husband, Pierre, can loosen her bond with it.

This is the incredible true story of one woman ahead of her time and her fight against prejudice and injustice.

Hand-Turned Tales

by Jude Knight

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In The Raven’s Lady, Felix returns home in disguise after 13 years. He plans to catch a smuggler then take up his viscountcy. He does not expect the smuggler to be Joselyn, his childhood sweetheart. (Short story: 5,500 words)

In Kidnapped to Freedom, Phoebe is stolen away from her plantation by a handsome masked pirate. (Short story: 5,100 words)

All that Glisters is set in New Zealand in the 1860s, a time when gold miners poured into the fledgling settlement of Dunedin. Rose is unhappy in the household of her fanatical uncle. Thomas, a young merchant from Canada, offers a glimpse of another possible life. If she is brave enough to reach for it. (Short story: 13,000 words)

The Prisoners of Wyvern Castle is a gothic historical romance set in the world of my novels and novella. Rupert has been imprisoned by his wicked sister, and forced to wed. His new wife, Madeline, has likewise been threatened into saying her vows. Forced into marriage, they find love, but can they find freedom before it is too late? The Prisoners of Wyvern Castle is a prequel to Embracing Prudence, due for publication in 2016. (Novella: 23,500 words)

Eternal Flame

by Alexa Kang

“Last night, I loved you a lifetime and more.” — 16 y.o Julia’s world is falling apart. Her quarterback boyfriend broke up with her. Her grades are tumbling. Her family’s new home under renovation is a mess. A time-traveling WW2 soldier crashing into her room is the last thing she needs. In 1944, 18 y.o Edmond answered the draft & headed to war in France. A chance discovery brought him home to his own room in Chicago…in 1989! A strange girl is living in it. She drives a Japanese car & she listens to Milli Vanilli, a German band. Is their encounter an error in time or a will of fate? Find out in this timeless tale of two young people whose love for each other knows no bounds.

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