Gini Grossenbacher

A Revolution of Hearts

By Ronda Gibb Hinrichsen - Published 2020


Inspirational Romance

Aristocrat Mademoiselle Dacia de Prideaux faces the challenge of her life when in April 1789, her political activist brother is murdered. She is accused ...Read Review

A Duke, the Lady, and a Baby (Rogues and Remarkable Women)

By Vanessa Riley - Published 2020



First in a new series, Rogues and Remarkable Women, this Regency opens with Afro-Caribbean widow Patience Jordan’s dilemma. Her husband, Colin, has ...Read Review

Fate of a Flapper (The Speakeasy Murders 2)

By Susanna Calkins - Published 2020



Lovers of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries series, based on Kerry Greenwood’s novels, will rejoice to find ...Read Review

The American Fiancée

By Eric Dupont - Published 2020



This rollicking Canadian novel, composed in lavish storytelling style, sweeps back and forth through the 20th century, spanning the Lamontagne family history, along ...Read Review

Where Dandelions Bloom

By Tara Johnson - Published 2019



Johnson’s well-crafted Civil War Christian historical romance novel, following on the heels of Engraved on the Heart, opens in 1861 as the young ...Read Review

A Lady’s Guide to Gossip and Murder (A Countess of Harleigh Mystery)

By Dianne Freeman - Published 2019



August 1899. American-born Frances Wynn, the newly widowed Countess of Harleigh, now living in London, settles into a quiet few summer months in London ...Read Review

An Artless Demise (A Lady Darby Mystery)

By Anna Lee Huber - Published 2019



Huber delivers her latest installment in The Lady Darby Mysteries with this finely crafted novel set in London of 1831. Lady Kiera Darby, now ...Read Review

Murder on Trinity Place (A Gaslight Mystery)

By Victoria Thompson - Published 2019



“All he ever talks about is milk.” Thus Sarah Malloy hears the first of many complaints about Clarence Pritchard, the neighborhood dairyman in 1899 ...Read Review

Rough Passage to London: A Sea Captain’s Tale

By Robin Lloyd - Published 2018



Robin Lloyd is famous as an Emmy award-winning television and print journalist who covered the White House during the Reagan and Bush administrations. ...Read Review

The Crumpled Letter (Belle Epoque Mystery)

By Alexandra Maldwyn-Davis (trans.) - By Alice Quinn - Published 2018



This Belle Époque mystery, first published in France, is now translated and available through AmazonCrossing. It features the dual protagonists, Lola Deslys, a ...Read Review