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Book Review: The Spark.

Fun, fulfilling and fast-paced, Sylvie Stewart’s latest book, The Spark, is also a masterclass in how to write a strong, sexy heroine with a hint of vulnerability that a reformed playboy hero simply can’t resist. 391 more words

Book Review

REVIEW of Murder Will Speak (The Berkeley Brigade #1), by Joan Smith

Corinne deCoventry, a young widow from Berkeley Square, discovers that her pearls have gone missing at a masquerade ball. And even worse, they’re the pearls she was supposed to return to her late husband’s family in the next few days, the pearls worth ten thousand pounds! 146 more words

Historical Fiction

Competition Submission Deadlines: 31 January 2017

These are the projects I am working on, which need to be completed by the end of the month, if I’m to submit them:

Harlequin Love Inspired Amish Blitz — … 130 more words


REVIEW of Longbourn, by Jo Baker

The premise of this book was appealing to me, and I found the book itself to be executed moderately successfully. In Longbourn, Jane Austen’s novel Pride and Prejudice is retold through the eyes of the servants in the Bennet household. 472 more words

Historical Fiction

Medieval Monday ~ Cathy MacRae

My dear friend, Cathy MacRae, is visiting me today for Medieval Monday. Cathy is a best-selling author who enjoys weaving tales of romance in the Highland mists. 1,026 more words

Medieval Monday

#737 What I Saw and How I Lied by Judy Blundell

What I Saw and How I Lied by Judy Blundell

Evie’s stepfather is back from the war. Everyone made sacrifices then, including Evie and her mother. 683 more words