1920s, Pasadena, California
Welcome to sunny Pasadena, California, just a stone's throw from Hollywood. The 1920s are in full roar. Prohibition isn't stopping anybody, and Daisy Gumm Majesty is getting by the best way she knows how - catering to the rich and famous as a medium who put the "con" in conjuror.
1920s, Los Angeles, California
"Mercy is a pip. I laughed all through this book and stayed up until 4:00 in the morning to finish it. I was still laughing when I turned out the light. Not a bad way to end one day and start another."
Alice Duncan (writing as Emma Craig)
New Mexico Territory
Bitter, betrayed, and lonely, Noah Partridge travels on horseback to the untamed New Mexico Territory, where he meets fiery Grace Richardson, a widow who refuses to surrender her beloved land to him, and he realizes that she is the woman who can heal his wounded heart.
1893 Chicago World's Fair
Set in a real time and place, this light and humorous romance captures the nostalgia of the American Gay 90s in Chicago and is sure to be enjoyed by readers of historical American romance.
1900s early film era
It's 1905, early in the Silent Film era, and orphan Amy Wilkes is "discovered" by producer Martin Tafft at a Pasadena Health Spa. Whisked away to the movie-making set, Amy is glamorized and placed before her leading man: a rugged, oh-so-handsome Arizona cowboy named Charlie Fox.
Montana native Penelope Potter is in England for the first time to attend the nuptials of Arthur Collingsworth--her brother Harry's best friend--whom Penelope met on his trip out West.