Tag Archives: Laura Frantz
A Bound Heart was an intense, deeply moving, and beautiful story to read. I loved the way the book spanned many locations, including Scotland, a sea voyage, Virginia, and Jamaica. The novel started off slowly, but not in a bad … Continue reading →
I have been thinking for days of what words I should type to leave an adequate review of The Lacemaker. One look at the gorgeous cover and the detailed lace, and the reader can catch a small glimpse of the … Continue reading →
Congratulations to Laura Waltz! She won the copy of A Moonbow Night by Laura Frantz. Thanks to all who entered and be on the lookout next month for another book giveaway!
A Moonbow Night was an absolutely beautiful tale that transported me back to 1777 Kentucky. I loved everything about this novel! The cadence of the writing added to the overall tempo of the story and helped me to actually feel … Continue reading →
I have a new book to add to my all-time favorites list! The Mistress of Tall Acre pulled me back in time, and into the hearts and lives of Sophie Menzies and Seamus Ogilvy. This is one of those stories … Continue reading →
Love’s Fortune is the third book in the Ballantyne Legacy series. If you have not read the previous books, I encourage you to do so simply because Love’s Reckoning and Love’s Awakening are beautifully written and contain characters who have … Continue reading →
Happy Book Release Day to Laura Frantz! The conclusion to her Ballantyne Legacy series releases today. I am currently reading Love’s Fortune and am really enjoying it, as I have the other two books in the series. How about you? … Continue reading →