Shelter of the Most High by Connilyn Cossette

On one mortifying day, Sofea and her cousin Prezi are taken by sea pirates and forced to flee their island of Sicily into the unknown. As they board the ship that would take them far away they look back at what is left of their destroyed village. There is no one left in their lives…

A Tailor-Made Bride by Karen Witemeyer

Hannah Richards finally has an opportunity to turn her dream into reality. When a wealthy lady leaves her a small inheritance, Hannah is able to open a dress shop she always wanted. Sewing was her passion for ages and she is really good at designing and making wonderful dresses. By arriving at Coventry Texas she…

The Queen’s Fortune by Allison Pataki

Desiree Clary a daughter of Marseilles merchant catches the eye of a young General Napoleon Bonaparte. They fall in love and dream of a future together. When Napoleon is summoned to Paris they begin to exchange romantic letters. However, after a few months, Desiree feels those letters grow colder and the rumors about Napoleon’s new…

A Fire Sparkling by Julianne MacLean

Gillian Gibbons flees New York after an outrageous betrayal by her boyfriend. Taking the time to evaluate her life, she returns to her childhood home, where she is welcomed by her grandmother Vivian and her father Edward. The situation complicates when they discover a pack of old photographs, where grandma Vivian is posing with a…

The Other Bennet Sister by Janice Hadlow

Mary Bennet is the plain middle daughter that no one ever notices. She is used to living in the shadow of her sisters. She would never be as beautiful as Jane or as witty as Lizzy, and even her younger sisters Kitty and Lydia are more attractive and lively. Mary is used to be pushed…

The Land Beneath Us by Sarah Sundin

Leah Jones is working as a librarian at an army base in Tennessee. Ever since she lost her parents and was separated from her sister, she’s been struggling to find her place. In the orphanage, she felt an outsider and the time with the adoptive family was a nightmare. There she was a stranger who…

Victoria by Daisy Goodwin

One early July morning in 1837 eighteen-year-old Alexandrina Victoria becomes the Queen of the most influential country in the world. She is young, sentimental, and romantic and she finally gets the freedom she was longing for. Being raised by a strict mother, whose only goal was to guard and protect the delicate mind of a…

Mata Hari’s Last Dance by Michelle Moran

Margaretha Zelle MacLeod arrives in Paris with the only goal to become a famous dancer. She is struggling to accept her father’s betrayal, abandonment, and the heartbreak. But she is in Paris now, the city that can make her succeed or break her. With the help of a powerful socialite, she manages to become one…

Madame Tussaud: A Novel of the French Revolution by Michelle Moran

Marie Grosholtz was working in her uncle’s wax figure salon, Salon de Cire. She was not only helping him manage the salon but also was the creator of the most famous and eye-catching figures. They manage to create a one of a kind museum, which was visited and worshiped by the most powerful people of…

All the Flowers in Paris by Sarah Jio

Two women. Two heartbreaking stories. Caroline, an American living in Paris, wakes up in the hospital after a bicycle accident and suffers from a memory loss. She rents an apartment on the Seine that is rumored to be haunted and looks for clues that can help her understand what kind of life she had before…