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‘Romeo and Juliet: A Novel’ by David Hewson

STORY: It's a story you think you know: the age-old tale of "star-cross'd lovers"; two families at war; a romance, so pure and absolute, fated for a tragic end. It's a story so thoroughly embedded in our culture, and so frequently retold. Yet, nothing captures the spark, the possibility, and the surprise of Shakespeare's work… Continue reading ‘Romeo and Juliet: A Novel’ by David Hewson

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‘A Heart for Milton’ by Trudy Brasure

STORY: When Margaret Hale hastily rejected the wealthy industrialist's fervent marriage proposal, she could not have foreseen the events that would lead her to change her mind and open her heart. But was it too late now to let the handsome, brooding mill owner know? Set amidst the clamor of Victorian England's Industrial Revolution, this is… Continue reading ‘A Heart for Milton’ by Trudy Brasure

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‘The Baron’s Lady’ by Charlotte Hawkins

STORY: Owen Gisborne is a knight in training. He vows not to lose his heart to a woman, but only to dedicate himself to the prestige of his warrior's class. But to be a Gisborne is to love with a great passion, even if it goes against the rules... Lady Isabella is a woman with a… Continue reading ‘The Baron’s Lady’ by Charlotte Hawkins

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“The Tempest: A Guy of Gisborne Story (The Gisbornes) by Charlotte Hawkins

STORY: Guy of Gisborne is a fierce, brooding knight. He is both feared and scorned by those under his command. But under his harsh exterior is a tormented soul, haunted by his many sins... Cassia is a peasant with a gift for healing, and a secret longing for the feared lord Gisborne. When fate thrusts… Continue reading “The Tempest: A Guy of Gisborne Story (The Gisbornes) by Charlotte Hawkins