Tag: Historical Fiction

Book Review | A Reluctant Bride

A Reluctant Bride is the first book in Jody Hedlund‘s The Bride Ships series. After reading book two, The Runaway Bride, which was my first introduction to Jody Hedlund and one of my favorite books of 2020, I knew I had to read book…

Book Review | A Gilded Lady

A Gilded Lady by Elizabeth Camden is book two in her Hope and Glory series. We met Caroline Delacroix in the first book, The Spice King, when her brother came under suspicion of being a traitor. Now, with another brother in a Cuban prison,…

Book Review | A Single Spark

The time is during the Civil War and the place is the Washington Arsenal in Washington, D.C. In A Single Spark by Judith Miller, Clara McBride is helping provide for her and her mother while also helping the North’s war effort. Meanwhile, Lieutenant Joseph…

Book Review | At Love’s Command

I love Westerns and At Love’s Command by Karen Witemeyer is my new favorite. Mercenary cowboy, female doctor, hostage rescue. Doesn’t get much better!

Book Review | Whispers from the Shadows

History plus spies usually equals a book I love. Whispers from the Shadows, the second book in the Culper Ring series by Roseanna M. White exceeded all my expectations! Emotional, touching, intriguing, page-turning, this book has it all.

Book Review | Blacksmith Brides

Blacksmith Brides is anthology of four novellas revolving around blacksmiths from various times in history and the women with whom they fall in love. Authors Pegg Thomas, Amanda Barratt, Angela K. Couch, and Jennifer Uhlarik combine to bring us this wonderful collection of romantic…

Book Review | Storing Up Trouble

I have heard Jen Turano puts a healthy dose of humor in her books, but that knowledge didn’t prepare me for how lightheartedly entertaining reading Storing up Trouble would be! From quirky characters to tongue-in-cheek dialogue, Storing up Trouble had every type of humor…

Book Review | A Mosaic of Wings

You need to read A Mosaic of Wings by Kimberly Duffy. Yes, it’s fiction. Yes, it’s historical. Yes, it’s Christian. You should still read it. And here’s why….

Book Review | The Lost Lieutenant

If you’ve followed my blog for long, you’ll know I’m a fan of historical fiction. The Lost Lieutenant by Erica Vetsch is a prime example of exactly the type of book I enjoy. It has suspense, historical, yet timely personal struggles, and great characters.

Book Review | The Chisholm Trail Bride

A cattle drive gone horribly wrong is the before and after of Eliza Gentry’s life in Kathleen Y’Barbo‘s historical novel The Chisholm Trail Bride, the latest installment of The Daughters of the Mayflower. Before, Eliza enjoyed watching the stars with her best friend, Wyatt…

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