Tuesday, January 6, 2009

New Releases

(What's outside my window: A misty, icy rain is falling.)

I belong to a fabulous group of historical fiction writers. I thought today, I would post what is out now from my circle of sister writers.

Faith Westcott is a lady by day and a pirate by night. Can she garner the riches she so desperately needs before her secret is revealed? Captain Dajon Waite is determined to catch the fiery redhead who has been pillaging the Carolina coast. When Faith invites his courtship, she hopes his infatuation will shield her true identity and keep other suitors at bay. Can the love of a godly captain win her heart, or will she be forced to marry Sir Wilhelm Carteret, a man obsessed with taking her to wife? http://www.mltyndall.com/

As Lilly toils in her father's apothecary, preparing herbs and remedies by rote, she is haunted by memories of her mother's disappearance. Villagers whisper the tale, but her father refuses to discuss it. All the while, she dreams of the world beyond—of travel and adventure and romance. When a relative offers to host her in London, Lilly discovers the pleasures and pitfalls of fashionable society and suitors, as well as clues about her mother. But will Lilly find what she is searching for—the truth of the past and a love for the future? www.julieklassen.com/Books.html

Jessica Neale turns her back on everyone the day her husband dies. After conceding to a vacation in England, a bizarre storm and near-fatal accident alters her reality, and she finds herself in the past. When confronted by a knight bearing the mirror-image of her apathetic heart, it's a rude awakening to what she's allowed herself to become. www.mmgriep.com/books.htm

Trouble at home sends Ariana to her aunt's townhouse in the fashionable Mayfair district of London. There, she soon finds herself neck-deep in high society and at odds with Mr. Phillip Mornay, London's current darling rogue. Then, a scandal changes Ariana forever. Her heart, her faith, and her future are all at stake in an unexpected adventure that gains even the Prince Regent's attention. www.linoreburkard.com


Jessica said...

Ooh, I've heard of most of these and have yet to read them.
Soon I hope!
It's awesome that you are able to fellowship with these talented writers. :-)

Marius said...

My book report for Michelle Griep's Gallimore is into works and here are some part of it:

"Gallimore depicts the strength of her heroine beside the hardships of her husband's death and as she goes back to the past, she unraveled a new aspect of her as a person."

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This is a really great entry. I do hope to read more essays from you.