Evelyn Bray lives in a world between two classes. Fallen into genteel poverty and granddaughter to the steward of the Wyndcliff estate, she is not quite a servant, but not quite a lady. When Liam Twethewey, the young heir who is just come of age, comes out to inspect his estate, he finds himself drawn to his steward’s granddaughter….
An observer of life, Lily takes in the activity and artistry of the world around her, both with her eyes and the aperture of her camera…
The bastard son of scullery maid Jenny Seaton and highwayman Gentleman Jim, Nicholas Seaton’s one joy in life is his friendship and burgeoning romance with the outspoken Squire’s daughter, Maggie Honeywell….
See my review for a new spy thriller by Anne Perry set during the prelude to WWII.
When the new Lord Stildon returns from India, every lady in the surrounding neighborhood is eager to assess his eligibility … More
See my review and book club questions for The Bridled Tongue by Catherine Meyrick, an immersive experience in the world of Tudor everyday folk.
Professor Moriarty has a keen, logical mind for solving mysteries, but does Angelina have the charm and chutzpah to uncover … More
Lucinda Brant’s Roxton Family Saga tells the story of a noble family of the Georgian era. The patriarch of the … More
When Flavia Albia’s aedile husband Tiberius goes out of town to attend on his dying sister, Albia is left with … More
Rachel Taylor is a little jealous that her friend Sally is the one getting married, not her. But when rumors … More