The House Children by Heidi Daniele

Release Date: April 9, 2019 Mary Margaret Joyce was born at the Tuam Home in Ireland. This institution was one of the few options for unwed mothers during the 1930s.  Abandoned by her mother, she spends time in foster care until moving to an industrial boarding school at age five. There she was renamed Peg because too many children were already named Mary. She learns … Continue reading The House Children by Heidi Daniele

Cilka’s Journey by Heather Morris

Release Date: October 1, 2019 At only 16 years old, Cilka Klein was taken to Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp, where she clung to life for three years. Cilka’s beauty and distinctive hair catch the eye of a senior officer, Commander Schwarzhuber. As a child, she becomes a pawn to powerful men and realizes her only chance of survival is to do as she’s told.   Upon … Continue reading Cilka’s Journey by Heather Morris

The Dragon Lady by Louisa Treger

  Release Date:  August 13, 2019 In her lush Rhodesian garden in the 1950s, Lady Virginia Courtauld was mysteriously shot. This begins a tale of intrigue, romance, and history centered around this event. Ginie Courtauld had been an outcast many times in her life, but someone has escalated actions beyond ostracizing into a more dangerous realm. Ginie’s life has taken her from the Italian Riviera … Continue reading The Dragon Lady by Louisa Treger

The Undertaker’s Assistant by Amanda Skenandore

Release Date: July 30, 2019 Effie Jones was an escaped slave raised by an army surgeon and his wife. During her time in Indiana, she learned to read and write while gaining life skills living with a doctor. She eventually returns to her native New Orleans during the reconstruction era seeking work as an embalmer.  Her motivation is to trace her roots and to reconnect … Continue reading The Undertaker’s Assistant by Amanda Skenandore

Lady Clementine by Marie Benedict

Release Date: January 7, 2020 In September 1908, 23-year-old Clementine Hozier became Mrs. Winston Churchill. As a powerful statesman’s wife, Clementine was expected to be an intuitive and devoted woman playing a supporting role to her husband’s endeavors. However, Clementine Churchill would be more than just the woman behind one of history’s most powerful men.  Through the decades of Winston’s political prowess and key military … Continue reading Lady Clementine by Marie Benedict

Park Avenue Summer by Renee Rosen

Release Date: April 30, 2019   Alice Weiss is an aspiring photographer looking for a job in New York City. She moved from Ohio hoping that a family connection would provide a job. With limited experience, Alice finds employment at Cosmopolitan magazine. Her new role is the secretary to Helen Gurley Brown who is their first woman editor in chief. In the mid-1960s Helen Gurley … Continue reading Park Avenue Summer by Renee Rosen

Book Spotlight: Milady by Laura L. Sullivan

Release Date: July 2, 2019 About The Book: From the glittering ballrooms of 17th Century England to the dangerous intrigues of the French court, Laura L. Sullivan brings an unlikely heroine to the page, turning on its head everything we’ve been told about The Three Musketeers and their ultimate rival. I’ve gone by many names, though you most likely know me as Milady de Winter: … Continue reading Book Spotlight: Milady by Laura L. Sullivan

Gold Digger: The Remarkable Baby Doe Tabor by Rebecca Rosenberg

Release Date: May 28, 2019 Newlyweds Elizabeth “Baby Doe” and Harvey Doe travel to Colorado in 1878 to manage a gold mine belonging to Harvey’s father.  Baby Doe is counting on their success to help support her parents in Wisconsin. Harvey proves to be inept at management and his poor work ethic forces Baby Doe to get involved in the daily operations. Harveys eventually abandons … Continue reading Gold Digger: The Remarkable Baby Doe Tabor by Rebecca Rosenberg