Every month I scour for the new releases for historical romances that offer up readers something a little different. Some months are a boon, and some months feature only a few select titles. When I started this post for March, I found myself getting smacked in the face with only a few titles. Surely, that’s not all there is? Surely, there must be more? I took my quandary, my disappointment, directly to Twitter—where lo and behold my prayers were answered. Yes, there was more! I was looking for love in all the wrong places, and like all trusted friends should do, Twitter was there to hold my hand and offer me advice. March isn’t a lamb, March is a lion! Here her roar!
Love’s Revenge by Joan Avery
St. Louis, Missouri, 1879
Heiress Kate Barker thought she’d met the man of her dreams the night the mysterious English viscount swept her off her feet at the masquerade. Until his real identity is revealed—the cold, calculating scoundrel is really there to rip her world apart.
The only things that have kept widower Stephen Worth alive for the past two years are the pomise of revenge against the man who framed him for murder and the love for Andy, his son, who was taken by the beautiful but vexing sister of his dead wife. He didn’t know what to expect when he met Kate, but it wasn’t undeniable desire.