As an avid reader of historical fiction, I really love it when an author pulls me into a story that feels real. Beth White’s recently released “A Rebel Heart” is one such story. It centers on Selah Daughtry, a Southern belle who...Read More
Michelle Griep quickly is climbing my list of auto-read authors. Her historical fiction always shows the signs of a meticulously researched and crated story. The Captured Bride was no different. It starts with the intriguing...Read More
I first heard about Cindy Anstey when her first novel, Love, Lies and Spies, was released in 2016....Read More
Dover, England, 1808: Officer Alexander Moore goes undercover as a gambling gentleman to expose a high-stakes plot against the king — and he’s a master of disguise, for Johanna Langley believes him to be quite the rogue …...Read More
From New York Times-bestselling author Lauren Willig comes this scandalous New York Gilded Age...Read More
Jennifer Delamere’s newest novel, The Heart’s Appeal, is a fast-paced, tightly woven tale that pulls on all of the right strings. Once again, readers are submerged into the heart of a richly detailed Victorian London. While some...Read More
Jody Hedlund once again has crafted a fun, fast-paced story that keeps you reading until the very end. As a fan of her Uncertain Choice series, I couldn’t wait to read the newest installment, A Loyal Heart. Hedlund takes a...Read More
It began back in 1986, at the fair, on the day of the accident. That was when 12-year-old Eddie met Mr. Halloran — the Chalk Man. He gave Eddie the idea for the drawings — a way to leave secret messages for his friends — and it...Read More
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