A novel that spans one hundred years and is set in Virginia during the Civil War and a century beyond explores the brutal legacy of violence and exploitation in American society as it examines the fates of the inhabitants of Beauvais Plantation and theirdescendants.
A suspenseful reimagining of the life of Jean Rhys, author of Wide Sargasso Sea, traces her tempestuous life in Edwardian England and 1920s Paris before a brief visit transforms her views about colonization in the Caribbean of her childhood.
Adrian Hunter, the son of a duke's daughter and a black abolitionist, is determined to do whatever his family needs — even posing as a valet to gather information. But his mission spirals out of control when he's accused of dastardly intentions and is forced to marry a woman he's barely had time to flirt with. Camilla Worth has always dreamed of getting married, but a marriage where a pistol substitutes for "I do" is not the relationship she hoped for.
Setting out to prove that the beautiful Princess Aurore of Chanay is actually Monique Servais, the mysterious actress he met three years before, spymaster Baron Fulkham instead uncovers a plot of attempted assassination and betrayal that could destroy his career and ruin the woman he loves.
Lord Randolph Cavanaugh is loyal and devoted — but only to family. To the rest of the world, he's aloof and untouchable, a respected and driven entrepreneur. But Rand yearns for more in life, and when he travels to Buckinghamshire to review a recent investment, he discovers a passionate woman who will challenge his rigid self-control.
A highly anticipated follow-up to the award-winning The Song of Achilles follows the banished witch daughter of Titans as she hones her powers and interacts with famous mythological beings before a conflict with one of the most vengeful Olympians forces her to choose between the worlds of the gods and mortals.
Forced by limited prospects to marry much-older widower Jefferson Davis, teenage Varina Howell finds her expectations as the wife of a Mississippi landowner upended by his appointment as the leader of the Confederacy, a situation that renders her and her children fugitives in a divided and increasingly hostile nation.
Did Anastasia Romanov survive the Russian Revolution, or was Anna Anderson, the woman who notoriously claimed her identity, an impostor? The question of who this woman is and what actually happened to Anastasia creates a saga that spans 50 years and three continents.
A multi-generational story of fathers and sons during the second half of the twentieth century in England.
The 12-year-old daughter of a refugee family forced to flee their home in the aftermath of the 1947 separation of Pakistan and India embarks on a treacherous journey that she records in a series of letters written to her late mother.
When he is asked to extricate the Earl of St. Maur's daughter, Lady Juliana, from the orphanage she runs, Major Neil Wraxall, the illegitimate son of a nobleman, thinks it will be easy — until passion and danger enter the picture.