Refugee Heroines

Regency spy novels are chock full of French emigrés fleeing the Revolution, but more recent stories of migration, including refugees, can be a little harder to find. Here are some post-World War II stories of [...]

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Wildfire

Any long-time romance reader probably has a favourite type of hero.  Protective alphas, arrogant arseholes, smooth spie ...

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Always To Remember

A DIKlassic review originally published on July 20, 2006 I can count on one hand the number of romance novels that hav ...

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The Nearness of You

I've read and enjoyed Amanda Eyre Ward's books in the past, and so was very excited to see The Nearness of You up for re ...

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Undeclared

I picked the first book in the Burnham College series, Undecided, as one of my favorite books in 2016, and guess what? ...

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The Orphan's Tale

For me, the hallmark of a good book is a desperate desire to reach the end. The Orphan’s Tale was a very good book and ...

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An Unseen Attraction

K.J. Charles announced a while back that her new Sins of the Cities series of historical romances would feature stories ...
Always To Remember

A DIKlassic review originally published on July 20, 2006 I can count on one hand the number of romance novels that have ever moved me to tears. Lorraine Heath's classic Always to Remember sits at the top of that elite list, head and shoulders above the rest. In the ten years since its initial publication, it has only gained power, as its themes seem even more relevant in a time of war. Poignant, heartbreaking and uncommonly wise, it's a remarkable story that represents the very best of what th ...
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