Historical Romance – Secrets Of Greenoak Woods

secrets-of-greenoak-woodsSecrets Of Greenoak Woods
By Brenda Davies
Published: November 2016
ISBN: 978-1537636368
Pages: 426
Genre: Historical Romance

Cornwall 1816

Benjamin is a young farm laborer, a reticent man living a solitary life. Tormented by a childhood trauma he is misunderstood and scorned by the villagers of St. Merryn, including Mary the woman he loves. His desire for Mary is tearing him apart because she loves Samuel – a man he hates.

Passionate and vital, farmers daughter Mary will never break the promise made to her dying mother, to always protect her younger sister. But a series of dreadful events leave the sisters with a dark secret that will deliver them straight to the gallows if discovered.

Benjamin finds the courage to offer Mary the protection she needs, but how far will she go to keep her secret safe? His battle with Samuel for her affections have tragic consequences and everybody’s secrets and betrayals – not just Mary’s – are laid bare.

Set against the untamed splendor of the Cornish coast and the timeless rhythm of farming life is a passionate story of love, loss and dark secrets.

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secrets-of-greenoak-woods-author-brenda-daviesAbout the Author:
Brenda Jane Davies was born in Plymouth, England in the 1950’s and her mother is of Cornish descent. She is related to the Cornish author and historian A.L.Rowse.

From the Author:
I live in Bristol, England with my husband and I combined my love of Cornwall and its history with my love of genealogy to write my first novel based on the true story of my great great grandfather James Ivey.

I didn’t want that novel to be my last. My second book is fiction but is still historical since I love imagining what it was like to live in the 1800s. I hope my writing skills and storytelling have improved. I would love anyone who reads my books to let me know what they think since without reviews I have no idea if anyone is enjoying them or not.

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Regency Romantic Mystery – An Egyptian Affair

the egyptian AffairAn Egyptian Affair
The Regent Mysteries, Book 4
By Cheryl Bolen
Publisher: Harper & Appleton
Published: December 2015
ISBN: 978-1939602428
Pages: 280
Genre: Regency Romance Mystery

A fresh romance with each new mystery . . .

The adventures of Captain Jack Dryden and Lady Daphne continue…

While Captain Jack Dryden would lay down his life for the Regent, he draws the line at endangering his wife in the dark alleyways of Cairo—the place where the Regent’s friend and procurer of antiquities has gone missing. But Lady Daphne Dryden will not be denied the opportunity to see swaying palms, crumbling pillars, and soaring pyramids in exotic Egypt. She even insists on bringing her youngest sister, Rosemary, who’s enamored of all things Oriental. The Regent insists on sending Stanton Maxwell,  England’s most imminent expert on Egyptology, as their interpreter and his own soldiers as their protectors.

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About the Author:
The Egyptian Affair AuthorA former journalist and English teacher, Cheryl Bolen sold her first book to Harlequin Historical in 1997. That book, A Duke Deceived, was a finalist for the Holt Medallion for Best First Book, and it netted her the title Notable New Author. Since then she has published more than 20 books with Kensington/Zebra, Love Inspired Historical and was Montlake launch author for Kindle Serials. As an independent author, she has broken into the top 5 on the New York Times and top 20 on the USA Today best-seller lists. Her 2005 book One Golden Ring won the Holt Medallion for Best Historical, and her 2011 gothic historical My Lord Wicked was awarded Best Historical in the International Digital Awards, the same year one of her Christmas novellas was chosen as Best Historical Novella by Hearts Through History. A Christmas in Bath (Book 6 in the Brides of Bath series) won Second Place for Best Short Historical Novel in the 2015 International Digital Awards. Her books have been finalists for other awards, including the Daphne du Maurier, and have been translated into eight languages.

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