Mist of Midnight

REVIEW of Mist of Midnight, by Sandra Byrd

I first fell in love with Sandra Byrd’s novels with her ladies-in-waiting books set during the Tudor Era. I was thrilled to learn that she would be releasing a novel of romantic suspense set during the Victorian Era, and now having read it,

Mist of Midnight

REVIEW of Mist of Midnight, by Sandra Byrd

I first fell in love with Sandra Byrd’s novels with her ladies-in-waiting books set during the Tudor Era. I was thrilled to learn that she would be releasing a novel of romantic suspense set during the Victorian Era, and now having read it,

Secret Keeper

REVIEW of The Secret Keeper, by Sandra Byrd

The Secret Keeper is the second of Sandra Byrd’s Tudor era books. While the first book, To Die For, provides a refreshing take on Henry VIII’s second wife, Anne Boleyn, The Secret Keeper follows the story of Henry VIII’s  last wife,

Secret Keeper

REVIEW of The Secret Keeper, by Sandra Byrd

The Secret Keeper is the second of Sandra Byrd’s Tudor era books. While the first book, To Die For, provides a refreshing take on Henry VIII’s second wife, Anne Boleyn, The Secret Keeper follows the story of Henry VIII’s  last wife,

Pembrooke

REVIEW of The Secret of Pembrooke Park, by Julie Klassen

I read my first Julie Klassen regency a little less than two years ago, and since then, I’ve completed every book in her canon. I love how she is able to write “inspirational” fiction by incorporating Christian themes with clever

Pembrooke

REVIEW of The Secret of Pembrooke Park, by Julie Klassen

I read my first Julie Klassen regency a little less than two years ago, and since then, I’ve completed every book in her canon. I love how she is able to write “inspirational” fiction by incorporating Christian themes with clever

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2015 Historical Fiction Reading Challenge

I participated in this challenge several years ago when it was hosted by Historical Tapestry. Well, now it’s moved to Passages to the Past, and I’m excited to participate again. There are several levels you can enter at, depending on

2015 HF Reading Challenge Button_FINAL

2015 Historical Fiction Reading Challenge

I participated in this challenge several years ago when it was hosted by Historical Tapestry. Well, now it’s moved to Passages to the Past, and I’m excited to participate again. There are several levels you can enter at, depending on

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REVIEW of The Drowned Vault, by N.D. Wilson

This review should have happened several months ago, back in 2012. It’s part of my catch-up for the new year to get this book review blog back on track. I bought The Drowned Vault, by N.D. Wilson the day it

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REVIEW of The Drowned Vault, by N.D. Wilson

This review should have happened several months ago, back in 2012. It’s part of my catch-up for the new year to get this book review blog back on track. I bought The Drowned Vault, by N.D. Wilson the day it

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REVIEW of Deerskin, by Robin McKinley

Robin McKinley is one of my all-time favorite YA authors. Not only do I love her imaginative stories, but she also writes with grippingly beautiful prose. Deerskin, a fairy tale adaptation written for adults, was one of the few McKinley

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REVIEW of Deerskin, by Robin McKinley

Robin McKinley is one of my all-time favorite YA authors. Not only do I love her imaginative stories, but she also writes with grippingly beautiful prose. Deerskin, a fairy tale adaptation written for adults, was one of the few McKinley

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REVIEW of The Rose Garden, by Susanna Kearsley

It’s been several months since I last wrote a review on this blog and, coincidentally, several months since I finished The Rose Garden, by Susanna Kearsley. During that time I’ve been reading a little less, writing a little less, and

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REVIEW of The Rose Garden, by Susanna Kearsley

It’s been several months since I last wrote a review on this blog and, coincidentally, several months since I finished The Rose Garden, by Susanna Kearsley. During that time I’ve been reading a little less, writing a little less, and