Category: historical

Aug 01
Review: In Good Company (A Class of Their Own #2) by Jen Turano |New Release

Review: In Good Company (A Class of Their Own #2) by Jen Turano |New Release

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Welcome to this week’s Favorites Friday post! Yes, I’m quite aware that today is Saturday. Details schmeetails. The truth of the matter is that I fully intended to write this review yesterday and circumstances beyond my control prevented it. Namely… I have to work for a living lol.  But books… Read more »

Jul 30
Review: After A Fashion (A Class Of Their Own #1) by Jen Turano

Review: After A Fashion (A Class Of Their Own #1) by Jen Turano

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When you read a book by Jen Turano, prepare to alternately laugh and swoon.  Sometimes you skip the “alternately” clause and head straight for “simultaneously”.  During the course of the book, you may also find yourself holding your breath, biting your nails, flailing dramatically, and grinning.  So much grinning. Miss… Read more »

Jul 23
Review: Among the Fair Magnolias by Dorothy Love, Tamera Alexander, Elizabeth Musser, and Shelley Gray |New Release

Review: Among the Fair Magnolias by Dorothy Love, Tamera Alexander, Elizabeth Musser, and Shelley Gray |New Release

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Come on out to my front porch with me, grab a glass of lemonade or swee’tea (because of course that’s how we say it down here), and practice your best southern drawl. You may want a fan of some sort too because it’s hotter than blue blazes. If right about… Read more »

Jun 19
Favorites Friday Review: A Worthy Pursuit by Karen Witemeyer | New Release

Favorites Friday Review: A Worthy Pursuit by Karen Witemeyer | New Release

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I honestly didn’t think anything could topple Short-Straw Bride from its firmly-entrenched position as my favorite book by award-winning author Karen Witemeyer, but I think A Worthy Pursuit may have done just that.  It’s close though – Short-Straw could still claw its way back up to share the pedestal – but the bottom line… Read more »