Tag: Historical Fiction

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…

Book Review | The House at the End of the Moor

The year is 1862 and the place is Dartmoor Prison, Devon, England. A man wrongly imprisoned makes his escape in order to prove his innocence. His trek across the moor is a costly one and he would have died if not for a woman…

Book Review | The Oregon Trail Romance Collection

The Oregon Trail is one of the more well-known tracks that pioneers traveled to get from the eastern United States to the west coast. Many of the travelers died from disease, hunger, accidents, or weather disasters. Those that made it across the prairie and…

SpotLight Post | When Valleys Bloom Again

Spotlight Post hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours: When Valleys Bloom Again by Pat Jeanne Davis

Book Review | The Homestead Brides Collection

I love short story anthologies. Anytime I can find a collection of stories all in one book, it makes me feel like I’ve hit gold. And discovering this particular anthology definitely lived up to those expectations.

Book Review | Woman of Sunlight

Woman of Sunlight follows the youngest Nordegren sister as she leaves her mountain home for the first time. Ilsa and her two sisters lived alone on the mountain until the Warden family invaded their refuge. Book one, Aiming for Love, of the Brides of…

Book Review | The Brightest of Dreams

The Brightest of Dreams by Susan Anne Mason is the third book in her Canadian Crossings series. I haven’t read the first two, but the back copy of The Brightest of Dreams captured my interest, so I did something usual: I read Book Three…

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