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Regency Women of Character: Women at Waterloo

During a lull in fighting at Waterloo in 1815, British solidiers found the bodies of two women.  “I saw one of them,” wrote Captain Henry Ross-Lewin of the 32nd Regiment of Foot. 808 more words

Historical Romance

Review: The Secret Mistress by Mary Balogh


That’s the first word that springs to mind when I think about Mary Balogh’s The Secret Mistress.




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Hot Hot Hot Historical Romance Reads: 10 Ten for Summer

Okay, I know I am a bit late on this years post.  But the weather in the PacNW has been wacky.  Alternating hot, humid, rainy and cold; the weather man and weather woman are abnormally baffled about what to expect next.  413 more words

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Holiday Books

So I was shopping yesterday and noticed that Christmas romances are starting to show up on book shelves.  Mary Balogh’s A Christmas Promise has been reissued with a generic cover.  439 more words


Do you know how to pronounce her name?

Mary Balogh.  Loved her books for almost 25 years and I’ve been mispronouncing her name.  My bad.

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10 Ten Hist-Ro Summer Reads

As the weather finally heats up here in the Pac. NW, it puts me in mind to pack up the tote and jaunt off to the park to soak up the sun and enjoy a good read (in between a picnic and some footie). 417 more words

New On The Shelves

Reading old Mary Balogh books

Last night I decided to reread a couple of Mary Balogh’s Signet regencies that I thought I really, really liked: The Trysting Place and The Constant Heart… 456 more words