Books by Haywood Smith

B-
Queen Bee Of Mimosa Branch

Queen Bee Of Mimosa Branch is women's fiction and pretty good women's fiction too. However, if you are looking for some romance in your women's fiction, you need to try another book. This one is filled with female bonding, family bonding, personal discovery, and a touch of lust. But no romance. ...

B-
Border Lord

Treachery and secrets abound in this story about an English spinster and the man who really doesn't want her in his life because he already has enough on his plate. Fate, however, has something else in mind for these two in Border Lord. Duncan Maxwell's life is turned upside down ...

C
Damask Rose

I knew I was in trouble when, after having read a third of this book, my husband asked me about it and I instinctively answered: "Well, it is rather blah." When finished with Damask Rose, I realized it was still a blah read, and I'm not quite sure why. The setting could have contributed – the only ...

B+
Dangerous Gifts

Beginning with a scene in which Claire DePeche is accused of being a witch by her mother-in-law, then turned out of her home by her conniving brother-in-law after the death of her husband, Lord of Compton Castle, Dangerous Gifts begins with a wallop. In order to save the life of her young son, Clair ...

B-
Secrets in Satin

Secrets in Satin is an amazingly good read. It is exciting, filled with political intrigue and danger without drowning in it. It is romantic as well, although the romance is written less personally than I generally prefer. Overall, this is an excellent book that would have been a Desert Isle Keeper ...