Tag Archives: 18th Century

The Tory’s Daughter (Angela K. Couch) – Review

~ About the Book ~ Burying his wife is the hardest thing Joseph Garnet has ever done—until he’s called to leave his young son and baby daughter to fight Iroquois raiders. When one of the marauders tries to steal his … Continue reading

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The Captured Bride (Michelle Griep) – Review

~ About the Book ~ Mercy Lytton, a scout with keen eyesight raised among the Mohawks, and Elias Dubois, a condemned traitor working both sides of the conflict, must join together to get a shipment of gold safely into British … Continue reading

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The Hidden Side (Heidi Chiavaroli) – Review

~ About the Book ~ New York, 2016 Natalie Abbott offers answers for hurting listeners on her popular radio program. But she struggles to connect with her teenagers, with her daughter in an unhealthy relationship and her son uncommunicative and … Continue reading

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The Backcountry Brides Collection – Review + Giveaway

Welcome to the blog tour and giveaway for The Backcountry Brides Collection, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours! ~ About the Collection ~ Title: The Backcountry Brides Collection Author: Angela K. Couch, Debra E. Marvin, Shannon McNear, Gabrielle Meyer, Carrie Fancett … Continue reading

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Keturah (Lisa T. Bergren) – Review + Giveaway

 This post is part of Litfuse’s Blog Tour for Keturah. ~ About the Book ~ In 1772 England, Lady Keturah Banning Tomlinson and her sisters find themselves the heiresses of their father’s estates and know they have one option: Go to … Continue reading

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First Line Friday – 23 February 2018 – Keturah (Lisa T. Bergren)

Welcome to First Line Friday, hosted by Hoarding Books! This week I’m taking a journey to 18th Century West Indies with Lisa T. Bergren’s recent release, Keturah. I’ve never read a book with this setting, so I’m looking forward to all … Continue reading

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A Refuge Assured (Jocelyn Green) – Review

~ About the Book ~ Lacemaker Vivienne Rivard never imagined her craft could threaten her life. Yet in revolutionary France, it is a death sentence when the nobility, and those associated with them, are forced to the guillotine. Vivienne flees … Continue reading

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