Historical Romance

Review: You Belong to My Heart by Nan Ryan

Review: You Belong to My Heart by Nan Ryanby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds The setting is Civil War-era Tennessee. Mary Ellen Preble goes down to the river but gets a surprise when she gets there. Clayton Knight grew up alongside Mary Ellen. As you read this story, you will find that it is linked with actual historical figures. It shows the amount of research […]

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Get into Bed with B.J. Daniels (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with B.J. Daniels (Author Interview)by Keira G

Keira: Tell us a little bit about your upcoming release, “Atonement?” B.J. Daniels: I wanted to write about Dillon Lawson, undersheriff in my Beartooth, Montana series. I’m also fascinated by twins – especially the identical ones who have taken different paths in life. With all my heroes the hard part is finding them a woman […]

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Give Me a Challenge and I’ll Write a Book

Give Me a Challenge and I'll Write a Bookby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Michele Stegman, author of The Shrew That Tames Archimedes said to give him a lever and he’d move the world. For me, it’s give me a challenge and I’ll write a book. The Shrew That Tames was written because one of the Breathless Press’s authors challenged us to write a story based […]

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Exclusive Excerpt: Miss Simpkins’ School: Miranda by Raven McAllan

Exclusive Excerpt: Miss Simpkins' School: Miranda by Raven McAllanby Guest Blogger

Blurb: Miss Simpkins’ School—where seduction’s the game and success is the aim. Lessons learned at Miss Simpkins’ School are the education Miranda needs to learn how to seduce her reluctant lord. Or are they? Miranda may be a well brought up lady, but she has needs, and she is determined to go after who she […]

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The Confidence to be a Writer

The Confidence to be a Writerby Guest Blogger

Hi, thank you Love Romance Passion for having me. I’m B.D Hawkey, author of Old Sins Long Shadows, which is an historical romance with grit. However, I would consider myself a reader of romance first and a rather fussy reader too as I have a list of pet peeves of things I dislike. I have […]

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An Earthly Elysium

An Earthly Elysiumby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Grace Elliot, author of The Ringmaster’s Daughter Have you heard of a pleasure garden? Pleasure gardens were all the rage in Georgian and Victorian England, and as the name suggests they were open air spaces where people went to be entertained. It’s difficult to think of a modern equivalent and perhaps closest […]

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Review: The Ringmaster’s Daughter (The Foxhall Series, Book 1) by Grace Elliott

Review: The Ringmaster’s Daughter (The Foxhall Series, Book 1) by Grace Elliottby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Tobias Wolfson meets Henrietta Hart in a very interesting way. Hetty and I both have something in common – we take care of our fathers. Tobias is all about business but that was before he meets her. He’s a man of vision. Grace takes the reader back to a time when […]

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How I Came to Write Historical Romance

How I Came to Write Historical Romanceby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Cheryl Bolen, author of Love In The Library I came to writing historical romance through the back door, so to speak. First, I was a journalist. No, let me back up. First, I was a reader. I got hooked on the old Gothic romances of the Victoria Holt variety. Just loved those […]

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