american civil war

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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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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Review: Destiny by Victoria Gray

Review: Destiny by Victoria Grayby Carla F.

by Carla F., guest review In Destiny, set during the American Civil War, Emma Davenport has slipped away from the home of her father (a U.S. senator) to travel to St. Louis and marry her fiancé. Along the way she gets out of the train to get some fresh air and notices a manacled prisoner […]

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Review: Pemberley Ranch by Jack Caldwell

Review: Pemberley Ranch by Jack Caldwellby Keira

If Jane Austen wrote an American historical romance it’d be called Pemberley Ranch. If Margaret Mitchell wrote a Pride and Prejudice inspired story it’d be called Pemberley Ranch. That’s right–Ausenites and fans of Gone with the Wind will love this book! In Pemberley Ranch, the classic story of Pride and Prejudice is retold in the […]

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Dancing with Heroes: A Ball in 1866

Dancing with Heroes: A Ball in 1866by Zarabeth Golden

by Zarabeth, guest blogger So some of you may recognize me as a frequent reviewer for Keira in historical romances from Regency and Highlander for LRP. Recently I attended a ball and danced with a series of heroes–no I’m not talking about a new romance novel. I really did spend the last two months sewing […]

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