Review: A Duke Changes Everything

            Synopsis: In the first novel in Christy Carlyle’s sizzling Duke’s Den series, three men, intent on making a fortune, discover irresistible opportunities . . . Nicholas Lyon gambled his way into a fortune and ownership of the most opulent, notorious gentlemen’s club in England. But when Nick’s cruel brother... Continue Reading →

Review: The Highlander Who Protected Me

        Synopsis: Lady Ainsley Matthews, heiress and darling of the ton, was expected to make a magnificent match. Instead she’s hiding on a remote Scottish estate, terrified that her vicious former fiancé will use her pregnancy to force her into marriage. One man can help her—Royal Kendrick, son of a distinguished Highland clan. Though... Continue Reading →

Author Interview with Laura Frantz

      About the Author Laura Frantz is a Christy Award finalist and the ECPA bestselling author of several books, including The Frontiersman’s Daughter, Courting Morrow Little, The Colonel’s Lady, and The Lacemaker. She lives and writes in a log cabin in the heart of Kentucky. Learn more at http://www.laurafrantz.net.       Author... Continue Reading →

Interview with Debut Author Erin Bartels

   Erin Bartels has been a publishing professional for more than fifteen years. Her short story “This Elegant Ruin” was a finalist in the Saturday Evening Post 2014 Great American Fiction Contest. A freelance writer and editor, she is a member of Capital City Writers and the Women’s Fiction Writers Association and is former features... Continue Reading →

Review: Kiss Me at Christmas

          Synopsis: “Merry, intelligent, and wholly satisfying.”—USA Today "Sizzles with sensuality." - Publishers Weekly “Delicious and suspenseful.” —Kirkus Reviews A spirited lady facing spinsterhood. A common man with a noble mission. And a surprise that just might be waiting for them under the mistletoe in Kiss Me At Christmas by Valerie Bowman. Bow Street... Continue Reading →

Review: Freedom’s Light

        Synopsis: USA TODAY bestselling author Colleen Coble explores the mystery and the romance of the Revolutionary War. A young lighthouse keeper must navigate the dangerous waters of revolution and one man’s obsession with her to find safe harbor with the sea captain she loves. Hannah Thomas believes she’s escaped Galen Wright’s... Continue Reading →

Review: Everything She Didn’t Say

          Synopsis: In 1911, Carrie Strahorn wrote a memoir entitled Fifteen Thousand Miles by Stage, which shared some of the most exciting events of 25 years of traveling and shaping the American West with her husband, Robert Strahorn, a railroad promoter, investor, and writer. That is all fact. Everything She Didn't Say imagines Carrie... Continue Reading →

Review: What Ales the Earl by Sally MacKenzie

        Synopsis: Scandal does not define the "fallen" ladies of Puddledon Manor's Benevolent Home. Instead, it's a recipe for an intoxicating new future as the women combine their talents—to operate their own brewery and alehouse... When Penelope Barnes arrived at the Home with her young daughter, she discovered a knack for horticulture—and... Continue Reading →

Review: Wedding the Widow by Jenna Jaxon

          Synopsis: Widowed by the Battle of Waterloo, the ladies of Lyttlefield Park are reentering London society, where they'll learn how to live—and love—again... Of all the widows of Lyttlefield Park, Elizabeth Easton seems least likely to remarry. Though many gentlemen would love to get to know the charming Mrs. Easton... Continue Reading →

Review: The Governess Game by Tessa Dare

            Synopsis: The second unforgettable novel in USA Today bestselling author Tessa Dare’s Girl Meets Duke series. He’s been a bad, bad rake—and it takes a governess to teach him a lesson. The accidental governess... After her livelihood slips through her fingers, Alexandra Mountbatten takes on an impossible post: transforming a pair... Continue Reading →

Review: Dare to Love a Duke by Eva Leigh

        Synopsis: The third and final book in Eva Leigh’s seductive, sexy, and exciting London Underground series features the proprietress of a secret, sensual club where London’s rich and powerful can explore their deepest desires For a dashing duke and the proprietress of a secret, sensual club in the London Underground, passion... Continue Reading →

Review: The Wrong Highlander by Lynsay Sands

        Synopsis: A laird's daughter kidnaps a Highlander—and loses her heart… in New York Times bestselling author Lynsay Sands' new historical romance... Lady Evina Maclean has heard much about Rory Buchanan's skill as a healer. What she hasn't heard is how good the brawny Highlander looks bathing in a waterfall. But Evina can't afford... Continue Reading →

Review: The Ladies of Ivy Cottage by Julie Klassen

          Synopsis: New from the Top Author of Inspirational Regency Romance Return to Ivy Hill in The Ladies of Ivy Cottage as friendships deepen, romances blossom, and mysteries unfold. Living with the two Miss Groves in Ivy Cottage, impoverished gentlewoman Rachel Ashford is determined to earn her own livelihood . . . somehow.... Continue Reading →

Review: The Heiress He’s Been Waiting For by Kaitlyn O’Riley

          Synopsis: In Victorian London, the Hamilton sisters are known for their bookshops—and for finding their happily ever afters on their own terms. Now, much to their chagrin, their offspring are following in their unconventional footsteps—in life and in love... Raised in New York, shipping heiress Sara Fleming was ready to... Continue Reading →

Review: Savage Liberty by Eliot Pattison

          Synopsis: The fifth installation of Eliot Pattison's Bone Rattler series follows the exiled Scotsman Duncan McCallum to the stepping-stones of the American Revolution Acclaimed author Eliot Pattison continues his Bone Rattler series as Duncan McCallum is drawn into dark intrigue surrounding the Sons of Liberty in this gripping thriller set in the... Continue Reading →

Review: Judas Son of Simon 

Synopsis: Library Review, March 15, 2017 review: "In Molyneux's skillful hands, the story comes alive in a new way that humanizes Judas and provides insight into the life of Jesus...Emotionally intense and intricately plotted, this provocative novel profiles Judas in unexpected ways."  Rome is waging a "culture war" against all things Jewish, seeking to wipe... Continue Reading →

Review: The Damned of Petersburg

  Synopsis: GLORY TURNED GRIM… …and warfare changed forever. As Grant pinned Lee to Petersburg and Richmond, the Confederacy’s stubborn Army of Northern Virginia struggled against a relentless Union behemoth, with breathtaking valor and sacrifice on both sides. That confrontation in the bloody summer and autumn of 1864 shaped the nation that we know today.... Continue Reading →

Review: From Ashes Into Light

  Synopsis: FROM ASHES INTO LIGHT is a transpersonal tale of epic tragedy, spirituality, family, and personal redemption. It is told through three distinct voices: the haunting story of Ruth, a Jewish adolescent during Kristallnacht in World War II Austria, Saqapaya, a stalwart Native American from coastal California during the time of the Spanish conquest,... Continue Reading →

Review: A Song of the Oceanids

  Synopsis: It's quirky but poignant coming-of-age tale about children, artists, daydreamers, Martians, freaky Martian hummingbird moths, and a band of wicked sea nymphs. The first thread concerns Emmylou, a Martian girl stranded upon the Earth where she is forever hounded by the Pinkerton Detective Agency's Extraterrestrial-Enigma Service.  The second thread concerns her favorite Earthling... Continue Reading →

Review: The Girl Called Princess Charlotte

  Synopsis: A Priceless Treasure with a Mysterious Past... Boston attorney Theodore Murphy, Teddy to his friends, has been handed a seemingly straightforward case: to recover a valuable painting by Franz Winterhalter, Young Girl Called Princess Charlotte, which was stolen by the Nazis from Jewish art dealer Dr. Markus Steiner. When the charitable organization founded... Continue Reading →

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