test

Historical Romance

Showing all 2 results

  • The Lady Swain - Kathryn Dean

    The Lady Swain

    Bobby Joe Campbell is the captain of her own ship The Lady Swain. Born into a world when
    men rule the seas, head strong and stubborn, she sets sail on her maiden voyage for new adventures and into danger.

    Jeffery McSteele, the handsome pirate set about to kidnap Bobby Joe for revenge on her father for some misguide slight to his mother.

    Together they set off to discover the secrets of a man who is out to get both of them, Bobby Joe’s ship and Jeffery for some act from a long time ago, when they were friends.

    Will they kill each other before they find the truth, or will the Lady Swain sail off with his heart… Come and join them on the high seas and adventures in the Lady Swain.

    About the author:

    KATHRYN DEAN was born and raised in the Appalachian mountain chain. She now lives in Central Georgia with her loving husband 20 dogs, and 1 cat.

    When she isn’t doing research for ideas on her next book, she likes to read, gardening, arts and crafts, sewing, and crocheting. She watches NASCAR AND THE NFL EAGLES.

    Her favorite genre of novels are historical romances, John Grisham novels, Steven King thrillers, and yes she does read other authors, too.

    Most days she is on Face Book, spreading the words of God with family and friends, and plays computer games. Come and join her some days if you like.

  • 599_9781635245059_cov.indd

    The Promise of Sunrise

    Paige Fitzhugh has spent her life trying to please everyone, especially her family. Now that it is time for her to marry, it is to a man she does not love and who does not love her. She does, however, become enamored with a man who is building new places in the estate for parties and recreation. This is disturbing to her sister, Maudene who is waiting for Paige to marry Findley Worthington 111, so she can then marry her own fiancé, Curtis.

    As the days grow closer to the wedding, Paige has finagled her way into meeting Tyler Alden and without meaning to, has divulged the drudgery of the wealthy life she no longer wants a part of, the oddness of Findley, and how much she desires the life that poet, Geoffrey Stoner, describes in his writings. Tyler has his own desires, which especially include revenge on James Fitzhugh, Paige’s father. So a marriage is accomplished against everyone’s wishes and only for convenience for Tyler and Paige.

    The marriage, though satisfactory at times, is filled with loneliness, distrust, betrayal, and doubt for paths taken. I am hopeful that finding a novel in this time frame is more than interesting and worthy of your time and effort. This is an era of economic crisis and world upheaval for rich and poor alike. The defining of who certain characters are revealed to be will hopefully surprise and delight you.