To Desire a Devil, by Elizabeth Hoyt

To Desire a Devil (Legend of the Four Soldiers #4)
By: Elizabeth Hoyt
Published date: October 14, 2009

Overall Rating: 4.5 out of 5
How hot is it: Pretty hot. 478 more words

Romance Review

To Seduce a Sinner, by Elizabeth Hoyt

To Seduce a Sinner (Legend of the Four Soldiers)
By: Elizabeth Hoyt
Published date: October 10, 2008

Overall Rating: 5 out of 5
How hot is it: Very spicy for a historical. 547 more words

Romance Review

George Washington Remembers

Today, we are pleased to welcome guest author Bert Dunkerly.

General George Washington looks back at us from marble statues or stiff paintings with a grim-faced and determined look. 652 more words

Battlefields & Historic Places

George Washington's Failures

Washington Irving, author of “Rip Van Winkle” and “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” was named by his mother after the first president of the United States — who, it is said, blessed the lad early on, leading the boy to determine then and there to write the definitive biography of the man his mother so greatly admired. 709 more words

Hugh's Blogs

America's First Father-Celebrity-President-Extraordinar

-“Alright class can someone tell me who the first president was?”

-Martin Luther King!…

-“No, children, Martin Luther King freed the slaves. Our first president was George Washington. 737 more words

Book Review

The Battle of Minorca 1756

The Battle of Minorca, fought between the English and the French was the first major naval battle of the Seven Years War. Although tactically indecisive, the result led to a major strategic victory for the French, with the capture of the Island of Minorca. 964 more words

Naval Battles

From the Archives: The Loudoun Papers at The Huntington Library, California.


John Campbell, Fourth Earl of Loudoun, has a bad reputation. Seen by historians as incompetent and ineffective in command, he also raised regiments of Highlanders to help suppress the Jacobite Rebellion of 1745/6. 780 more words