Tag: Medieval

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: 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,…

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

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…

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…

Review: Heart of Vengeance by Tracy Cooper-Posey

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,…

Review: The Return of Black Douglas by Elaine Coffman

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…

Review: The Devil’s Temptress by Laura Navarre

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…

Slave Labour. It’s Not Just For The History Books.

by Tracy Cooper-Posey, guest blogger and author of Blood Knot The United States’ Constitution, that guarantees certain civil liberties, fascinates me from an historical and outsider’s perspective.  In…

Reader Highlight with Carla F.

Keira: What are your favorite romance subgenres and why? Carla: I can never seem to get enough of Regency/Victorian books. There were such complex rules for society, and…

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