Welcome to Historically Yours where I share some of my top Historical Romance picks for the new 2 weeks!
A Touch of Forever Cowboys of Colorado #3
by Jo Goodman (June 4)
Lily Salt has sworn off men. After finally gaining her independence, the last thing she needs is another man telling her what to do. But the handsome railroad engineer from New York isn’t at all what she expected. He’s kind, gentle and tempting enough to make her wonder what a second chance at love might be worth. A self-acknowledged black sheep, Roen Shepard knows what it means to feel alone. Recognizing a kindred spirit in the reserved widow and charmed by the warmth of her ready-made family, the two begin an unlikely friendship. When trouble visits, they embark on a marriage of convenience.
To Break the Rules Girls Who Dare #3
by Emma V. Leech (June 7)
Senorita Lucia de Feria is possibly the most beautiful woman that Viscount Cavendish has ever seen. Yet this mysterious beauty is up to something…something that has Cavendish convinced that her motives are less than pure. The viscount needs no further motivation to spend time in lovely Lucia’s company. With revenge in her heart and a fortune at stake, Lucia is close to having it all or losing her life. She cannot afford distractions, friends or a suspicious nobleman. Yet suddenly she has all three.
How to Best a Marquess Raven Club #2
by Tina Gabrielle (June 10)
When a handsome boxer kisses Lady Ellie Swift for good luck during a match, it turns her world upside down. Because the rogue isn’t just anyone…it’s the Devil Marquess returned. Thanks to Hugh Vere, Marquess of Deveril, Ellie learned at an early age that men are more trouble than they’re worth. Now, instead of a husband, she wants to take over her brother’s infamous gambling club, the Raven Club. And apparently, the devil wants it, too.
Highland Rising The House of Pendray #4 by Anna Markland (June 10)
Gray Pendray has worked in Edinburgh as a spy for the Scottish Privy Council for three years. When the Earl of Argyll foments an uprising against the king, Gray returns home to infiltrate the rebel army. Faith Cameron is the daughter of a man executed for treason and a mad mother who took her own life. Fostered into the Pendray family, she has longed for Gray’s return, though she realizes she isn’t a suitable match for the son of a noble family. While Gray is immediately drawn to Faith, he has made commitments to the daughter of his mentor in Edinburgh.
One Night to Remember Wicked Dukes Club #5 by Erica Ridley (June 11)
Notorious whip Giles Langford is surprised to learn that his blacksmith is a girl, shocked to realize that she’s actually the sister of a duke, and horrified to discover he’s fallen in love with the impossible-to-tame woman. With no money and no title, Giles has nothing to offer but his heart. Felicity Sutton knows poverty firsthand, and she’s never going back. She might miss the smithy, but not the relentless desperation of no home and an empty belly. Yet, it is the penniless devil she loves.
An Unexpected Bride (Brides of Brighton #5) by Ashtyn Newbold (June 12)
Eleanor Claridge had been abducted and married to the scoundrel to whom she had given her heart. She is now widowed and alone with a young son, and she returns home to her family in Brighton, vowing never to marry or trust another man again. But when her reputation and the safety of her child are questioned, she has no choice but to enter into a marriage of convenience with Mr. Henry Beaumont, whose kindness and inviting blue eyes leave her questioning if love is such a dreadful notion after all.