Showing 1–15 of 301 results

  • Historical Fiction

    The Irish Bride: A Dark Historical Romance

    Passion. Jealousy. Desire.Spanning a lifetime of love, horror, passion, and tragedy, the characters you will come to love and hate will take you on a journey of epic proportions. Times are rough, days are dark, and life is anything but easy. But nothing good ever comes easy, anyway!
    $0.00$20.00
  • Historical Fiction

    Little Women

    $0.00$7.99
    Historical Fiction

    Little Women

    Little Women or, Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy is a novel by American author Louisa May Alcott (1832–1888). Written and published in two parts in 1868 and 1869, the novel follows the lives of four sisters — Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy March — and is loosely based on the author’s childhood experiences with her three sisters. The first part of the book was an immediate commercial and critical success and prompted the composition of the book’s second part, also a huge success. Both parts were first published as a single volume in 1880. The book is an unquestioned American classic.
    $0.00$7.99
  • Historical Fiction

    Mail Order Bride: Loving My Indian Captor

    Left alone and heartbroken after her husband is killed, Marie Brooks is desperate for a way to support herself and her small son. She is a skilled nurse, but jobs are few and far between now. So, at the advice of an old friend, she accepts an offer as a mail order bride, and soon she is headed west for her new life. However, her plans are shattered when a tornado rips her stagecoach apart, leaving her stranded on the prairie. Now, Marie finds herself held captive by a group of Indians in need of her healing skills. Her only friend is Chayton, a member of the tribe who takes her under his protection. And slowly, their hearts begin to open to each other. But when one of Marie’s patients nears death, the tribe demands a task that not even Chayton can protect her from.
    $0.00$7.99
  • Historical Fiction

    Fire of the Andes

    $0.00$3.99
    Historical Fiction

    Fire of the Andes

    A passionate historical fantasy novel of desire and treachery and love’s irrevocable destiny. Born of a Spanish conquistador and an Incan princess, Elenor was the most beautiful woman in a land that touched the stars — the high and exotic Andes, gilded mountains hiding sensual Indian mysteries. With both her parents dead, she is at the mercy of her neurotic and old-fashioned brother, Pascal. Her only true ally is her dear friend and confidante, Beatriz. Betrothed to a Spanish conqueror, Ignacio, the laws of Elenor’s childhood demanded that she fulfill her promise of marriage. Yet Elenor is fiercely independent and isolated, a combination that fuels her to commit adultery when her heart is captured by a noble wanderer, an Incan prince. Now there are whispers of her now being a tainted woman and despite her shame she to struggles to forget her Incan prince … Is Elenor merely a pawn in a game she doesn’t yet understand? Cruelly, secretly, he began to exact a harsh toll from her people. An incident with a General that Ignacio has business which proves to Elenor, once and for all, that she must escape and she finds herself with her Incan prince at her side. Now she understands her true destiny, to become the savior of her land … and a woman possessed of a golden treasure of love. Fire of the Andes is a searing historical fantasy-romance set in the ancient world of the Incas amongst the towering Andes mountains. Praise for Juanita Coulson: “… A richly detailed construction…” C J Cherryh “Coulson works on an enormous canvas — sometimes almost overwhelming. The characters are always memorable.” Marion Zimmer Bradley Juanita Coulson is an American science fiction and fantasy writer. She is also widely known in filk music circles since the 1950s for her singing and songwriting; she has won several Pegasus Awards for her filking. For thirty-three years, she co-edited the science fiction fanzine Yandro with her husband “Buck” (Robert Coulson). Yandro was nominated for a Hugo Award every year from 1958-1967; it won the award in 1965, thus marking Coulson as one of the very first women to be so honored.
    $0.00$3.99
  • Historical Fiction

    Mismatched with an Earl: A Historical Regency Romance Book

    As the young and intelligent Selena Dankworth returns home with her father, she witnesses a carriage robbery that will turn her life upside down. Even though her bravery saves Lord Ainsworth and his mother from the bandits, she gets overwhelmed by his ungrateful and pompous behaviour. Yet, in the weeks to come, Selena will be forced to cooperate with the unbearable Earl, in order to separate their parents, who fell in love after the accident. When their first effort fails, she sacrifices her freedom and agrees to a fake engagement with the Earl. However, when the plan succeeds, Selena will find herself in distress, as her pure feelings for him have started to grow… Will her concerns about her low status stand in her way of finding true love? Nicholas Addington, the Earl of Ainsworth, a charming but proud man, has spent the last year trying to live up to his father’s memory. Yet, his world will be shaken after being attacked by bandits and rescued by a mysterious woman, who looks like no one he has met before. Little did he know that he would soon act to be engaged to this wildflower, in order to rescue his mother from a foolish plan. However, his initial disapproval of Selena’s character will turn against him when their scheme leads to a fascinating romance. When Nicholas gets to know Selena more, his disdainful attitude towards her will turn into undeniable affection… Once their little act is revealed, will he be able to let go of her? Selena and Nicholas’ lives intertwine under the most unexpected circumstances, and even if they do not wish to admit their self-consuming feelings for each other, they fall deeper in love every day. However, when their mismatch seems to turn into a dreamy love story, a wicked lady, who hopelessly craves the Earl, will threaten their happy ending… After everything, can this turbulent affair, that started off as a fraud, become something more? Will Selena and Nicholas manage to overcome their pride for the sake of unconditional love or will their lives take separate ways forever? “Mismatched with an Earl” is a historical romance novel of approximately 80,000 words. No cheating, no cliffhangers, and a guaranteed happily ever after.
    $0.00$0.99
  • Historical Fiction

    Mismatched with an Earl: A Historical Regency Romance Book

    As the young and intelligent Selena Dankworth returns home with her father, she witnesses a carriage robbery that will turn her life upside down. Even though her bravery saves Lord Ainsworth and his mother from the bandits, she gets overwhelmed by his ungrateful and pompous behaviour. Yet, in the weeks to come, Selena will be forced to cooperate with the unbearable Earl, in order to separate their parents, who fell in love after the accident. When their first effort fails, she sacrifices her freedom and agrees to a fake engagement with the Earl. However, when the plan succeeds, Selena will find herself in distress, as her pure feelings for him have started to grow… Will her concerns about her low status stand in her way of finding true love? Nicholas Addington, the Earl of Ainsworth, a charming but proud man, has spent the last year trying to live up to his father’s memory. Yet, his world will be shaken after being attacked by bandits and rescued by a mysterious woman, who looks like no one he has met before. Little did he know that he would soon act to be engaged to this wildflower, in order to rescue his mother from a foolish plan. However, his initial disapproval of Selena’s character will turn against him when their scheme leads to a fascinating romance. When Nicholas gets to know Selena more, his disdainful attitude towards her will turn into undeniable affection… Once their little act is revealed, will he be able to let go of her? Selena and Nicholas’ lives intertwine under the most unexpected circumstances, and even if they do not wish to admit their self-consuming feelings for each other, they fall deeper in love every day. However, when their mismatch seems to turn into a dreamy love story, a wicked lady, who hopelessly craves the Earl, will threaten their happy ending… After everything, can this turbulent affair, that started off as a fraud, become something more? Will Selena and Nicholas manage to overcome their pride for the sake of unconditional love or will their lives take separate ways forever? “Mismatched with an Earl” is a historical romance novel of approximately 80,000 words. No cheating, no cliffhangers, and a guaranteed happily ever after.
    $0.00$0.99
  • Historical Fiction

    The Relentless: Among the Willows

    A tale of vengeance, blood and justice, and the thin line between them. What depths would you reach to avenge those taken from you? How far would you go to obtain all that you desire? And what would you do to protect the ones you love? After years of searching for the men who wronged him, a former slave once left for dead now confronts the hate consuming his soul as he seeks justice against them.
    $0.00$5.56
  • Historical Fiction

    High Plains Holiday: A Steamy Western Historical Romance (Love On The High Plains Book 1)

    Garden City, Kansas, 1888. A small Western town receives an early Christmas present: a new pastor for the church. He is young, handsome, and single. To church organist Kristina Heitschmidt, Reverend Cody Williams is nothing but trouble, especially as his first move is trying to take control of the music away from her. But Kristina is not about to give up her life’s work. With Christmas fast approaching, it appears the two are at a stalemate – until a sudden blizzard traps them together in the church overnight. Forced at last to deal with each other, they realize that the explosive feelings between them are really symptoms of an overwhelming passion that just might lead to the love of a lifetime. This western romance includes explicit sex scenes. Praise from readers: ★★★★★ – “The story of Cody and Kristina was terrific… Simone Beaudelaire’s writing is captivating. I cannot wait to read the rest of the series.” ★★★★★ – “This was a really great book. It explored the beginning of a historical marriage in a unique and sexy way. The writing was top notch and the characters will live on with me.” ★★★★★ – “I really enjoyed this sweet, steamy romance.”
    $0.00$9.99
  • Historical Fiction

    Tempting Miss Allender (Regency Rakes Book 3)

    Welcome to Regency England — a world of charming gentlemen, elegant ladies, and sizzling passion! Enjoy this stunning read from USA Today Bestselling author Wendy Vella. Seven years after her disastrous debut, Miss Patience Allender has reluctantly returned to society to chaperone her sister. No longer the meek, mild Miss, she will never again allow a man to humiliate her. However, Patience’s resolve is severely tested when she comes face-to-face, with the very man who shattered her heart. Desperate for help when her family is thrust into danger, he is the only one she can turn to – but can she do so and keep her heart whole or will he destroy her once again? Lord Mathew Belmont is stunned at the changes in his childhood friend. The once awkward young girl is now exquisitely beautiful, outspoken and intelligent, and no longer wants anything to do with him. Aware of his past sins, Mathew now regrets them deeply, and is determined to make amends – if prickly Patience would just let him close enough to try. As passion flares between them, Mathew is faced with the most crucial challenge of his life – putting the ghosts of the past to rest, in order to build his future. BOOKS IN THE REGENCY RAKES SERIESDuchess By ChanceRescued By A ViscountTempting Miss Allender
    $0.00$12.99
  • Historical Fiction

    The Hopkins Conundrum: A Tragic Comedy About Gerard Manley Hopkins and Five Shipwrecked Nuns

    Tim Cleverley inherits a failing pub in Wales, which he plans to rescue by enlisting an American pulp novelist to concoct an entirely fabricated “mystery” about Gerald Manley Hopkins, who composed “The Wreck of the Deutschland” nearby. Blending the real stories of Hopkins and the shipwrecked nuns he wrote about with a contemporary love story, while casting a wry eye on the Dan Brown industry, The Hopkins Conundrum is a highly original mix of commercial fiction, literary biography, and satirical commentary.
    $0.00$13.95
  • Historical Fiction

    A Motherland’s Daughter, A Fatherland’s Son: A WWII Novel

    Winner of the International Book Award contest Readers’ Favorite in the Historical Fiction category (2018) Poland, 1939. A country, torn by the occupation of two unlikely allies – Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union. On the border of this newly divided territory, a young Wehrmacht Unteroffizier, Werner and a Soviet Military Interpreter, Kira meet and fall in love against all odds. Both forced into the military against their will, they wish for one thing only – a peaceful life together. Everything is set for Kira to defect and marry Werner… But the German army invades the Soviet Union, and now the two lovers are forced to fight against each other on the opposite sides of the frontline; trying to keep their humanity as more and more atrocities are committed by both armies. They have to decide if their love is stronger than the devastation surrounding them or succumb to the hate as sworn enemies should. Partially based on true events, this novel will take you on the unforgettable journey through war-torn countries, where hope can be lost in no-man’s-land, and one will have to go to great lengths not to lose sight of it.
    $0.00$19.99
  • Historical Fiction

    A Promise to Be Kept: A Scottish Highlander Romance (Legacy of the Laird Book 1)

    A love of duty, or a duty to love? After a childhood shaped by war, all Kenzie McPhee wants is to forget. But it seems that even fleeing her homeland and building a new life isn’t enough, as she finds herself drawn back into a tragic past she thought she’d left behind. Blaine McCaskill is a proud Highland warrior, and not used to playing the delivery lad. Not when the woman he’s delivering is Miss McPhee, the secret and unrequited love of his youth. And most certainly not when he’s escorting her back to an arranged marriage with his own brother. But the road home is long, and Blaine and Kenzie find their dedication to duty tested by a forbidden love. And when they unknowingly find themselves at the heart of a plot to plunge the Highlands into civil war, will succumbing to their passion risk more than they could possibly imagine? A Promise to Be Kept is a HEA historical romance of 90,000 words, set in the Scottish Highlands. It’s an exploration of forbidden love set amidst war, hope, and circumstance.
    $0.00$13.99
  • Historical Fiction

    From the Eyes of Jesus: A Novel About the Coins of the Shroud of Turin

    In 1978 three NASA scientists were part of a research team that investigated the Shroud of Turin in Italy—a linen burial cloth marked with the full-length image of a man bearing wounds that correspond to the Gospel accounts of Jesus’ flogging and crucifixion. They were astonished to discover the imprint of coins over the eyes of the body. Using image extraction techniques, the name of Tiberius Caesar was discernable together with a shepherd’s staff. The coins were bronze leptons minted by Pontius Pilate in the years 30 and 31 AD—compelling evidence that the shroud was the burial cloth of Jesus who was crucified in the third decade AD. This is the account of these coins as they passed from one hand to another through two millennia. Though this is a work of fiction, the storyline is set against a backdrop of historical events. You will read about the persecution of Christians under Nero, Emperor Constantine’s conversion, the rise of the Knights Templar, the sack of Constantinople, and the painting of the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci. The coins radiated supernatural power in each of these settings, transforming lives and changing history in the process. They still exist today and are unknowingly viewed by millions. Their location is revealed in the closing chapter.
    $0.00$13.20
  • Historical Fiction

    Murder on the SS Rosa: a 1920s cozy historical mystery – an introductory novella (A Ginger Gold Mystery Book 1)

    From a USA TODAY Bestselling author, the first book in the acclaimed Ginger Gold Mystery series. Murder’s a pain in the bow! It’s 1923 and war widow fashionista Ginger Gold (a former British Secret Service Agent) makes a cross-Atlantic journey from Boston to London, England with her lovable Boston terrier and good friend, Nurse Higgins. When the ship’s captain is found dead in a most intriguing fashion, Ginger is only too happy to lend her assistance to the handsome Chief Inspector Basil Reed. Wearing her Italian T-strap shoes and pretty cloche hat she must outwit the killer before she finds herself in a deadly pickle! This fun, jazz-age whodunit has readers saying “Lady Gold is a charming heroine” and “can’t stop reading!” Get started and download the first book in this binge-worthy series today. ★★★★★ Researching for the Ginger Gold Mysteries has been so much fun. I hope you sense that as you read. Ginger Gold is smart, savvy, and delightful. The fashions, the dances, the CRIME. The character of Haley Higgins, a medical student at the London Medical School for Women allows me to further delve into another keen interest of mine: forensics. Never fear, the Ginger Gold Mysteries are COZY, so no scary, graphic on-stage violence. You’ll find these books to be clean reads, with no swearing or sex. I hope you enjoy the Ginger Gold Mystery series! Hop aboard the 1920s! THE GINGER GOLD MYSTERY SERIES Murder on the SS Rosa (Book 1) Murder at Hartigan House (Book 2) Murder at Bray Manor (Book 3) Murder at Feathers & Flair (Book 4) Murder at the Mortuary (Book 5) Murder at Kensington Gardens (Book 6) Murder at st. George’s Church (Book 7) The Wedding of Ginger & Basil (Book 7.5) Murder Aboard the Flying Scotsman (Book 8) Murder at the Boat Club (Book 9) Murder on Eaton Square (Book 10) Murder by Plum Pudding (Book 11) Murder on Fleet Street (Book 12) Murder at Brighton Beach (Book 13) Murder at Hyde Park (Book 14) Murder at Royal Albert Hall (Book 15) ~more on the way! A brand new 1950s series! THE ROSA REED MYSTERY SERIES Murder at High Tide (Book 1) Murder on the Boardwalk (Book 2) Murder at the Bomb Shelter (Book 3) Murder on Location (Book 4) Murder and Rock ‘n Roll (Book 5) Murder at the Races (Book 6) Don’t miss LADY GOLD INVESTIGATES, the short story companion series!
    $0.00$9.99
  • Historical Fiction

    Hippies

    $0.00$13.60
    Historical Fiction

    Hippies

    By 1970, the hippie scene was faltering, a victim of both inner contradictions and external forces. The Vietnam war resistance, psychedelic drugs, sexual openness, the freedom of the commune – it seemed that everything about the 1960s could be incredibly liberating or wildly destructive. Against this backdrop, Jazmine, Ziggy, Ragman and a coterie of hippies discover an LSD-spinoff drug that triggers past life regressions and sweeps them toward a dramatic climax. This epic tale of hippiedom is intimate in the lives of its characters but panoramic in its coverage of the sights, sounds, and ideals of the Age of Aquarius.
    $0.00$13.60