Category: Historical Fiction

Spotlight | Vying for the Viscount

Welcome to the Takeover Tour for Vying for the Viscount by Kristi Ann Hunter, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours!

Book Review | A Life Once Dreamed

Travel back to the Dakota Territory in A Life Once Dreamed by Rachel Fordham. 1880 frontier life was not for the timid, but Agnes Pratt fought her way into the hearts and lives of Penance anyway, only to have her past catch up to… Continue Reading “Book Review | A Life Once Dreamed”

Book Review | Claiming Mariah

Claiming Mariah is an historical western by Pam Hillman about two strangers who must wade through the fallout from the feud between their fathers.

Book Review | Love’s Mountain Quest

Love’s Mountain Quest is the second book in Misty M. Beller’s Hearts of Montana series. We met both Isaac Bowen and Joanna Watson, and her little boy Samuel, in the previous book Hope’s Highest Mountain. This is their story.

Book Review | Circle of Spies

Circle of Spies is the conclusion to Roseanna M. White‘s Culper Ring series. As the Civil War comes to an end, the Culpers aren’t the only spies trying to alter the course of history.

Book Review | An Appalachian Summer

Think of a hot, lazy summer day. That relaxed, almost sleepy feeling? Capture it because that’s exactly how you’ll feel reading Ann H. Gabhart‘s An Appalachian Summer.

Book Review | Daughters of Northern Shores

Daughters of Northern Shores is Joanne Bischof‘s sequel to Sons of Blackbird Mountain. It occurs a couple years later and follows the aftermath of the characters’ decisions in the final pages of Sons of Blackbird Mountain.

Book Review | A Bride of Convenience

A Bride of Convenience is book three in Jody Hedlund‘s Bride Ships series. Where the women of the previous two books came to British Columbia on the Tynemouth, Zoe Hart has arrived on the second boat, the Robert Lowe. She has two qualifications for… Continue Reading “Book Review | A Bride of Convenience”

Book Review | Sons of Blackbird Mountain

I was first introduced to Joanne Bischof‘s books when given a copy of The Lady and the Lionheart. I loved that story and Joanne’s writing style so much, I immediately requested Sons of Blackbird Mountain and its sequel Daughters of Northern Shores from the… Continue Reading “Book Review | Sons of Blackbird Mountain”

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