Phoebe was not the kind of woman men fell in love with. Untidy hair, rumpled clothes and fingers ink-stained from the poetry she wrote, but when her sister dies Phoebe is forced into an engagement with her sister's husband. She should be upset except she has fallen in love.
A Georgian Immigrant's Adventures in America. This book is funny, with gentleness and affection and shows joy in life itself. A story of how a greenhorn became an American without losing his rose-colored glasses.
Again T. Davis Bunn doesn't diappoint with an on-the-edge story about Jake Burnes and his new wife Sally. Their experiences in Berlin as Stalin tightens his stranglehold on the city keeps the pages turning.
Jessie Blair could hold her own against any man in the territory and she was running the ranch by herself after land grabbers murdered her father. After she overheard Chase Summers refuse to marry her she swore to make him suffer any way she could.
Trying to rebuild her life after a divorce, Debra Barry retreats to New Hampshire to sort out her emotions. Then she meets Graham Reid, a carpenter who agrees to renovate her house. People who she tried to leave behind in New York keep drifting in an out of her life and by the middle of the book you want to advise her to rip her phone out of the wall and forget everything else. When I read, a good book to me is one I can get involved in and this is one of those books.
Flora Bain, a vicar's daughter, is sold into bondage via a sinister turn of events, but escapes to Armitage House, a mansion shrouded in a mystery of the darkest Orient. A strange new life begins for Flora at Armitage House, but something, or someone, was destined to ruin her happiness.
Hannah was a 16-year-old beauty forced to marry the man she did not love. Sir Harald would do anything to insure an heir for Copsi Castle - even tolerate the wedding of his uncontrollably violent and insane son to Hannah.
This book searches the deepest mysteries of the heart and the consequences of betrayal. The time is the near future, America is crushed by a crises of overwhelming proportions. One man is chosen to seave the world. The stage is set for triumph until the woman he loves sets out to destroy him.
Elissa Tauber learns of her brother's murder and that her native homeland is threatened. She is determined to expose the traitor. When fate takes a hand, Elissa must decide whether to betray her mission or lose the man she loves.
An interesting account of the Bay of Pigs from someone who was there. I lived through it, but the cover-up prevented us from knowing what really happened. This is a thought-provoking and infuriating account from someone who was there in the thick of the fight.
The invincible code-breaking machine encounters a code it cannot break. Susan Fletcher is a brilliant and beautiful mathematician called in to help. Caught in an accelerating tempest of secrecy and lies, she battles to save the agency she believes in. This book held my attention from page one. It was hard to put down until I finished.