Tag Archives: historical
I loved this wonderful novella! The main characters grabbed my heart right from the start and I was very invested in how things would work out for them. This author always does a good job of creating such a vivid … Continue reading →
This beautiful book cover hides a story within its pages that is even more exquisite than the artwork. The author’s writing style drew me in from the very first paragraph and I was transported back in time to watch this … Continue reading →
When I read the book description for Love’s Silver Lining, my first reaction (being the romantic that I am) was, “Oh no! Finn and Liberty’s marriage fell apart? But I was so happy for them at the end of For Love … Continue reading →
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Never Borrow a Baronet is a sweet and fun addition to the Fortune’s Brides series. Although this story could probably be enjoyed as a stand alone novel, I think that readers will understand the roles of Miss Thorn and Fortune … Continue reading →
The Love Letter is a beautifully penned tale of life, love, faith, pain, and redemption. Although a tale of two love stories, set hundreds of years apart, it reads a bit as a tale of three stories. There is the … Continue reading →
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