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Top 10 Reasons I Love Medieval Romances

Castles are very cool. I’ve been fortunate to visit assorted castles in England and Wales, including the castle where my AT HIS COMMAND heroine lives (Castle Rising). You…

Audio Review: Lady Caroline and the Egotistical Earl by Terry Spear

Heroine: Lady Caroline has aided her mother in managing the estates after her father’s death. All was well until knights in the earl’s colors started to terrorize the…

Review: Desire in Tartan: 2 (Highland Vampires) by Suz deMello

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Her first novel in the Highland Vampires series, Temptation in Tartan: 1, concentrated on one part of the Kilburn clan, Lydia Swann-Williston and…

Review: Torch in the Forest by Marcie Kremer

Heroine: Eleanor of Strathcombe is a young widow, only 18, and managing her late husband’s estate. Poachers are running rampant and keep escaping into the neighboring Lord’s estate,…

Review: Kiss Across Chains (Kiss Across Time, Book 3) by Tracy Cooper-Posey

Sexy Synopsis: Four years doesn’t sound like a long time, but for Taylor and Brody their time living around humans has been fraught with trouble, and they have…

Review: Music for My Soul by Lauren Linwood

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Most readers tend to go for Regency when someone mentions historical to them, but Medieval isn’t as left out as you might think…

Review: The Trouble with Highlanders by Mary Wine

Review by Lynn Reynolds The year is 1488. Daphne MacLeod is having a really good dream about Norris Sutherland. Norris is having an interesting conversation with his father…

Review: Velvet by Xavier Axelson

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Medieval times are the setting for this novel. It is Axelson’s first full length one, and it isn’t about to disappoint. Young Virago…

Review: Thrones of Desire by Mitzi Szereto

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Get ready for fourteen stories of erotic fantasy romance. There’s a queen from a far off lands, the usual array of dragons, unusual…

Review: Captured Heart by Heather McCollum

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Two unlikely people meet in the strangest of circumstances – Meg and Caden. They both have their problems, and need each other for…

Get into Bed with Elizabeth Chadwick (Author Interview)

Introducing Elizabeth Chadwick, author of A Place Beyond Courage Keira: Quick history lesson: Tell us a bit about England’s civil war between King Henry’s daughter Matilda and her…

Review: Celtic Storms (Celtic Steel, Book 1) by Delaney Rhodes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Darina O’Malley is distraught at the knowledge that her cousin, Kyra is to be betrothed to a man she does not know – he…

Review: Wicked (Medieval Trilogy, Book 3) by Jill Barnett

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Sofia Howard is seen reading a book that was written by Queen Eleanor. When the book was written, Sofia didn’t want a husband and…

Review: Princess Mine by Brindle Chase

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Forbidden lust is the one thing the heroine of this story needs. For many years Princess Briareth’lianna has been hunting powerfully handsome wereling, Daeven…

Review: Defiant by Kris Kennedy

Reviewed by Aggie S. Would you be interested in reading a book that started off with “At first, it appeared they were both after the same cock.”? I…

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