Dubious About The Duke

One definite advantage about reading Regency Romance it that it is pure escapism into a world that can be crafted to fit into reader’s expectations, based in a time where the rules of society where strict. To break them or flaunt them was surely instant discredit and...

Finding Eadie

Alice Cotton’s tiny baby daughter, Eadie is secretly given away by her grandmother; Alice is devastated.  Her desperate quest to be reunited with her missing daughter Eadie, takes her from police stations to the offices of child welfare oraganisations and finally to...

The Last Train

Once you enter the world of Ann Craig it is very, very difficult to leave until the very last page has been read. Two women, two separate lives, two stories that  run concurrently, in this historical suspense which weaves the days of tragedy in 1879, with  the modern...

Troubadour

Set in Europe during the Middle Ages, Isolde Martyn has woven a magnificent historical fiction throughout a time when to make strategic alliances with neighbouring Kings or Lords, was the only way to protect people from the savagery of the purge, led by Pope Innocent...