A Gilded Lady

In which I share of Elizabeth Camden’s latest release, “A Gilded Lady”, and my thoughts of it.

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The Runaway Bride

This second book in the Bride Ships series by Jody Hedlund works well as a stand-alone; there was a slight tie-in to the previous book, but it took me a while to notice it.  This light-hearted story had deep characters, which I thought was a well-done combo.

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Children of the Stars

I originally discovered Children of the Stars on GoodReads under the title, Los Niños de la Estrella Amarilla, and I was intrigued.  I knew my Spanish vocabulary wasn’t going to be good enough to read a full novel, particularly one with a lot of WWII-specific vocabulary, but I was intrigued by the title and summary and wished I […]

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Romanov

In a unique, fantastical perspective on the history of the Romanov family, Nadine Brandes weaves a story of romance, magic, intrigue, and danger for young adult audiences.  If you love history and fantasy, this may be the novel for you!

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Castle on the Rise

Today on the blog I wanted to share with you all a new release from the Thomas Nelson and Zondervan Fiction Guild, Castle on the Rise by Kristy Cambron.

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The Noble Guardian

I’ve read another book earlier in this series, Brentwood’s Ward, but didn’t read the second book in this series for some reason.  The Noble Guardian still worked as an (almost) stand-alone.

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More Than Words Can Say

I finally, actually, had time to read a book this week! 🙂 So I’m back with a book review of a cute, historical fiction novel releasing this June from Karen Witemeyer.

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A Reluctant Bride

I’m back with another book review this week! Today, I’m sharing my review of Jody Hedlund’s A Reluctant Bride, the first novel in a new historical fiction series about bride ships!

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Becoming Mrs. Lewis

This 400 page book is a beauty! I recently received it from the Thomas Nelson and Zondervan Fiction Guild and have been admiring it’s cover and black and white maps on the first and last pages of the book.  I know we’re not meant to judge a book from it’s cover, but this cover is […]

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