Victim of Love

By Barbara Woster

Victim of Love by Barbara Woster is the perfect two-men-obsessing-over-one-woman historical romance. The triangle takes place between a woman, Cara, and two men of polar opposite cultures--one being Native American. The story is engrossing from the start because of the intriguing way the author sets...

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Viscount of Vice

Regency Romance (Lords of Scandal Book 4)
By Tammy Andresen

Miss Ada Chase has only ever wanted a fairytale ending. Someone to love her as much as the men who love her sister and cousins, despite her flaws. However, as the group of girls stumbled upon a gambling club and incurred the wrath of the...

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Voices Beckon

By Linda Lee Graham

Voices Beckon by Linda Lee Graham is a very good fictional book mixed with real life history, starting in 1783 and spanning the next seven years. The story begins as the Industry is leaving Bristol to set sail to America. While there are many...

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Victorian Scoundrel

The Windsor Diaries Book One
By Stephanie Burkhart

Stephanie Burkhart is a highly talented author, showing skills of a seasoned author. Her characters are unique, along with individual personalities, and with a plot line that is truly interesting, this story really comes to life before the reader's eyes. She grips the reader instantly,...

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Victims of the Sage

By Claude Stephenson

The setting is 1875. A group of families gather to travel west from St. Louis to Colorado. The trip was not easy. They managed to travel about thirty miles a day. Eventually, they came to a spot where they could homestead; it was on the...