Historic America

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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How I Screwed Up My First Romance Novel

How I Screwed Up My First Romance Novelby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by John Blumenthal, co-author of Passing Wind of Love Inspired by the gazillions of dollars people are making in the romance novel genre, I decided to write one with a friend, Barry Golson. Granted, the genre is dominated by women, but so what? How hard could it be? Besides, Barry and I weren’t […]

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Audio Review: Royal Seduction (The Royal Princes of Ruthenia, Book 1) by Jennifer Blake

Audio Review: Royal Seduction (The Royal Princes of Ruthenia, Book 1) by Jennifer Blakeby Keira G

Hero: Prince Rolfe of Ruthenia, is ruthless in his pursuit of clearing his name and tracking down the traitor who murdered his older brother. Though he’s seen his brother’s mistress across ballrooms in Europe, he’s never gotten close enough to get a real good look. When he finds Angeline Fortin at a ball in Louisiana, […]

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Audio Review: Over the Edge (Kincaid Brides, Book 3) by Mary Connealy

Audio Review: Over the Edge (Kincaid Brides, Book 3) by Mary Connealyby Keira G

Hero: Seth Kincaid has landed in some very unusual circumstances. He survived a fire, ran off to partake in the Civil War, and apparently got hitched along the way. He just can’t remember it. He wants too, though. Very much. Heroine: Callie has been praying and searching for her missing husband. Chances are he’s dead. […]

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Review: The Estate by J. Paulette Forshey

Review: The Estate by J. Paulette Forsheyby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes It is rare to find anyone whose dreams are real, but Cuillean Kelley thinks it is a possibility. Every night he wakes up after the same dream where a beautiful woman invades him and has him feeling as though his encounter with her was as real as breathing. His journey to […]

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American History Romances

American History Romancesby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Rosanne Bittner, author of Thunder on the Plains Love, Romance, Passion – That’s a great blog title – and it’s what all lovers of romance novels want in their stories. You will find all three in anything written by Rosanne Bittner! I have been writing over 30 years, with 57 novels published […]

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Review: Sloane Hall by Libby Sternberg

Review: Sloane Hall by Libby Sternbergby Carla F.

Reviewed by Carla F. Libby Sternberg takes Jane Eyre and turns it on its head in this imaginative tale of Hollywood in the 1920’s. Summary: Young John Doyle spent time in reform school after killing his abusive stepfather, and stayed on to work there after his time was done. Fascinated with motion pictures, he decides […]

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Review: “Mesmerize Me” Short Film Written and Directed by Kate Hackett

Review: "Mesmerize Me” Short Film Written and Directed by Kate Hackettby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds “Mesmerize Me” Short Film Written and Directed by Kate Hackett Starring Natalie Smyka, Cameron Cash Cinematography by Cat Deakins Original Score by Nora Kroll-Rosenbaum Setting: California, 1886 In the opening scene Estella is calling for her fiancée Stephen. Her parents are worried about her state of mind. They go to see […]

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