Tag: war

Review: Knight of Love by Catherine LaRoche

Hero: The hero has a complicated name. He is Wolfram von Wolfsbach und Ravensworth, also known as Wolf, the English Earl of Ravensworth. He first meets the heroine…

Review: Tapestry by Karen Ranney

Hero: Alex, the Earl of Cardiff, never planned to be the earl. He had a father and older brother and so went off to war to make his…

Review: Immortally Ever After (Monster M*A*S*H, Book 3) by Angie Fox

Reviewed by Sharon S. In The Heat Of Battle The hard-won cease-fire between the battling immortals doesn’t last long. In the blink of an eye, human surgeon Dr….

Why was Flemish Lace Forbidden in France?

Guest blog by Iris Anthony, author of The Ruins of Lace Thank you so much for hosting me on Love Romance Passion! Lace may be linked to both…

Review: Airship Seduction by Camryn Rhys

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes It is expected that some novels will have a couple of elements in them that conflict with the overall characters, but this novel is…

Review: Mockingjay (Hunger Games Trilogy, Book 3) by Suzanne Collins

Brief Overview: 13 Districts rebelled against the Capitol. 1 was supposedly destroyed while 12 suffered under a harsh treaty for 75 years. Now we’re back at the beginning…

Review: Catching Fire (Hunger Games Trilogy, Book 2) by Suzanne Collins

Brief Overview: Against all odds, Katniss and Peeta survived the Hunger Games and became the first ever dual victory. A little hope is a good thing, but too…

Review: The Hunger Games (Hunger Games Trilogy, Book 1) by Suzanne Collins

Brief Overview: Roman  Gladiators + Lord of the Flies = The Hunger Games. Panem is a dystopian society that runs on suppression,  fear, and death matches. 13 Districts rebelled…

The Women at Home and the Men at Waterloo

Guest Blog by Jack Caldwell, author of The Three Colonels: Jane Austen’s Fighting Men “Ah!” cried Captain Harville, in a tone of strong feeling. “If I could but…

Review: The Iron Daughter (Iron Fey, Book 2) by Julie Kagawa

Kagawa’s storytelling and world-building keeps getting better and better. The Iron Daughter is book two in the Iron Fey series and packs a delicious punch. I can tell…

Review: Diana by the Moon by Tracy Cooper-Posey

by Susan S., guest reviewer This novel drew me in so completely, so thoroughly, time just simply faded. Diana by the Moon is a work of written art….

Review: Dark Moon of Avalon by Anna Elliott

by Zarabeth, guest reviewer This novel is set just after the Arthurian Legend, when the progeny of those great thinkers and warriors are attempting to mend their shattered…

Review: Almost Home by Pam Jenoff

By Susan S., Guest Reviewer Almost Home is a beautifully, captivating read, with plot twists galore and a who done it feel until the very end! Jordan Weiss…

Movie Review: Morning Glory (1993) starring Christopher Reeve and Deborah Raffin

I remember watching this a long time ago. Now I know why I haven’t seen it since. Four people make this movie: Christopher Reeve (Will Parker), Helen Shaver…

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