Passport to France 1197
years in a Saracen prison Luc L'villebois returns to France to find that
the life he knew was gone. Among other things the woman he loves has
vanished off the face of the earth. Tracking her down is harder than Luc
thought when the man that sent him into the crusades wants him dead.
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was so sweet and so full of disappointment which eventually (of course)
turned around. Lucís search for his wife and child were frustrating and,
in addition to their missing status, there was the father to contend with.
This book was really enjoyable and I would recommend that you read
anything Ms. Mueller writes.
Talley, The Romance Studio
Luc has gone through a terrible time with the
Saracens. His love for his wife is undaunting and he bravely sets about
getting his life in order, still hoping to be able to find her and live
the rest of his days with her. This is a beautiful story of undying love
and perseverance. The plot reads smoothly and keeps the reader enthralled.
Her characters are multi-dimensional and reach into the readerís heart.
Ms. Mueller uses vivid imagery and a good plot to hold the readers
attention. The reader will be rushing to the end of this book to see if
there is a happy end. This reviewer enjoyed this story immensely and it
was a joy to read.
Valerie, Love Romances
This quick tale gives insight into true love and devotion. Passion has
kept the spirits of Luc and Genevieve strong, but they still have much to
get through. Jennifer Muellerís retelling of past events establishes a
strong foundation for the romance and introduces a few surprises. Many of
the secondary characters play an important role in this tale, and their
lives are bound up in Lucís visions for the future. Crusader is an
enjoyable historical glimpse of one manís strength and purpose to recreate
the life and love that was stolen from him.
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Passport to England 1814
Sophie Greenwood went to London to
have her season hoping to find a husband. If only they had told her father
lost all his money and mother claimed her sum was still intact, but gossip
spreads quick all of London already knew Baron Canmore's scandal.
Now 2 years later, will Sophie ruin another season? No one seems to want to
make staying scandal free an easy task. Almost everywhere she turns someone
is trying to make her the laughing stock. Only the mysterious Mr. Kittridge
not caring that no one should want her acquaintance makes the situation
bearable. Fleeing London once more is her only option, but after a second
ruined season what hope is there for a life of her own?
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B From Dear Author
Passport to Kenya 1907
When Celeste Reed steps off the
boat in the fledgling colony of Kenya, East Africa she finds out the man
that she was to marry doesn't even care to get to know her let alone
listen to a word she says. Life is miserable and then he has the nerve to
die leaving her to run an estate without any money. It seems he spent all
he had to impress the colony and she was just part of the package. Africa
is unforgiving to the weak, but it can be the people that you least expect
that make it. And then there's Edward.
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Samburu Hills was quite interesting. It
explains a lot of the cultures of the area of Africa where Celeste lived.
The characters were quite well developed, the plot very interesting (with
an unexpected explanation of something near the end that surprised me!).
And I truly enjoyed the plan of letters written to Celesteís friend,
Francis explaining the goings on and how she dealt with the problems alone
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passport to Ceylon 1923
Ghosts in the Night
Andrew Townsend survived the trenches only to come home to find most of his
family had died in their relative safety. When the last uncle dies and leaves
him a plantation in far off Ceylon, he drops his life in London and sets out for
a new life. Only he finds out the past doesnít let him go so easily. With a
lay about friend tagging along, and not to mention a case of shell shock that
brings to mind the war at every turn, heís more ghost than man. But the woman
across the way, as much a ghost as he, is able to help the visions of war as
everything he knows is falling apart. Digging up long dead secrets is the only
option and itís enough to get them killed.
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