Medieval

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

Audio Review: Lady Caroline and the Egotistical Earl by Terry Spearby Keira G

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 people and kill livestock. When her mother seeks to speak with the earl, a simple request for assistance turns into something else. Hero: Lord John Talbot is […]

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Review: Torch in the Forest by Marcie Kremer

Review: Torch in the Forest by Marcie Kremerby Keira G

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, where her forrestor cannot pursue. The poacher’s activity is creating a whole host of problems. Then the long absent Lord returns and blames her for the poachers. […]

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Get into Bed with Elizabeth Chadwick (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Elizabeth Chadwick (Author Interview)by Keira G

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 cousin Stephen. Elizabeth Chadwick: King Henry I had two legitimate children (we won’t talk about the more than 20 children he had by women other than his […]

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Review: Thoroughly Kissed (Charming, Book 2) by Kristine Grayson

Review: Thoroughly Kissed (Charming, Book 2) by Kristine Graysonby Keira G

Summary: What would you do if you woke up 1000 years from now on another continent with a language that sounds like yours but isn’t? In Emma Lost’s case she learned as fast as she could and became a teacher. Smart move, until her new boss thinks she made it all up because she doesn’t […]

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Review: Defiant by Kris Kennedy

Review: Defiant by Kris Kennedyby Aggie S.

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 wasn’t so sure it was going to be the type of book I usually like to read. lol As far as opening lines it was pretty catchy. […]

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Review: Heart of Vengeance by Tracy Cooper-Posey

Review: Heart of Vengeance by Tracy Cooper-Poseyby Susan S.

by Susan S., guest reviewer High praise for Cooper-Posey’s Heart of Vengeance. A touching love story of two lovers willing to risk it all (titles, lands, imprisonment, torture, even death) just to be together. Summary: Ah, Lady Helena of York, beautiful daughter of the late Earl of Wessex. Pretty Saxon maiden with the most beautiful […]

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Review: The Return of Black Douglas by Elaine Coffman

Review: The Return of Black Douglas by Elaine Coffmanby Aggie S.

by Aggie S., guest reviewer Time travel romance is not the same thing as sci-fi romance or sci-fi time travel. In The Return of Black Douglas, there is no bouncing back and forth between different times, but there is a ghost. Twin sisters Isobella and Elizabeth Douglas, go to Scotland to trace their ancestors and […]

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Review: The Devil’s Temptress by Laura Navarre

Review: The Devil’s Temptress by Laura Navarreby Carla F.

by Carla F., guest reviewer Summary: With the popularity, of romances in the Regency and Tudor time periods, books set during the Plantagenet era gets short shrift. The Devil’s Temptress is set during the reign of Henry II and his wife Eleanor of Aquitaine. It begins in 1174 when Eleanor is under “house-arrest” for encouraging […]

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