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Audio Review: Thunder and Roses (Fallen Angels, Book 1) by Mary Jo Putney

Audio Review: Thunder and Roses (Fallen Angels, Book 1) by Mary Jo Putneyby Keira G

Heroine: Methodist schoolteacher Clare Morgan is not noble, but she has noble ideals. Her village is in trouble and she’s determined to do her late father’s memory proud and find a solution. The one that comes to her is to petition the Demon Earl. She remembers him as a young boy when he would meet […]

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Review: Worlds Collide (Family Heirlooms Series, Book 6) by Karen Wiesner

Review: Worlds Collide (Family Heirlooms Series, Book 6) by Karen Wiesnerby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Under the romantic setting of Japan, Dr. Marcus Samuels works there as a medical missionary at the Childrens Christian Mission Hospital. His whole life has centred on him doing God’s work, but after twelve years of being away from home, he feels he has to go back to the US and […]

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Review: White Rainbow (Wounded Warriors Series, Book 6) by Karen Wiesner

Review: White Rainbow (Wounded Warriors Series, Book 6) by Karen Wiesnerby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes As she mentions at the beginning before the reader ever gets to the start of the story, “Women who have faced pain, loss and heartache. They know the score and never back down.” For the heroine in this story, it is true enough as Jesse Nelson is a self destructive type […]

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Review: A Midwinter Fantasy

Review: A Midwinter Fantasyby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This anthology, by Dorchester Publishing, is like getting three books for the price of one. The first story is “A Christmas Carroll” by Leanna Renee Hieber. The prologue, for me, starts the story in some confusion.  We know the story is a historical romance because it is set at the end of 1888 and […]

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Review: The Prince of Midnight by Laura Kinsale

Review: The Prince of Midnight by Laura Kinsaleby Keira G

The Prince of Midnight was recommended to me by Anime June while guest blogging about My (Not-So-Secret) Favorite Romance Character Types because the hero was damaged and delicious. I believe this romance also fulfills my lust of big age differences. I can’t remember how old the heroine was (17 maybe?) but the hero’s retired at […]

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Review: A Bride Most Begrudging by Deeanne Gist

Review: A Bride Most Begrudging by Deeanne Gistby Keira G

Tobacco brides were sent by The Virginia Company of London to the Virginia colony where men could buy the brides with 150 pounds of tobacco leaves. In the beginning, the brides were spinsters, widows, and orphans, but few women were willing to risk all to come to America. In 1643, more likely the brides were […]

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Movie Review: Keeping the Faith Starring Ben Stiller, Edward Norton, and Jenna Elfman

Movie Review: Keeping the Faith Starring Ben Stiller, Edward Norton, and Jenna Elfmanby Keira G

This love triangle features a priest, a rabbi, and a–oh you heard that joke have you? Well, drat there goes my punch line! Anyway this movie is a bit old, but I saw it for the first time the other day and I’m so glad I sat down to watch it, VHS tape, preview ads, […]

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Review: A Bride in the Bargain by Deeanne Gist

Review: A Bride in the Bargain by Deeanne Gistby Keira G

I didn’t know I was thirsting for this type of novel until I glutted myself on it. The story itself is an inspirational set in America during the Civil War aftermath. I picked it up and read and read and read. It’s sweet and chaste, with both leads good God fearing people, which I found […]

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