Books by Alexis Harrington

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A Taste of Heaven

AAR started posting reviews online in January of 1996! This is one of the very first reviews we ran on January 1, 1996.    A Taste of Heaven is a wonderful mail-order bride romance, set in the fictional town of Heaven, Montana, in the 1880's. Our lovely heroine, the widowed and destitute ...

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Home By Morning

Like many other readers, I long for books that have unique settings. While small town USA in 1918 is not an exotic location, it is a most under-utilized one. When I saw that Alexis Harrington’s Home by Morning was written around World War I and the influenza epidemic of 1918, I knew I had to read ...

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The Irish Bride

I've been a fan of Alexis Harrington for many years. A Light for My Love was my first Harrington read, and I fell in love with Jake Chastain and his story of unrequited love (later "requited," of course!). Other favorites include A Taste of Heaven and Harper's Bride. I was hoping The Irish Bride wo ...

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The Bridal Veil

I'll admit that I'm a sucker for heroines who are tough and resilient, but also convinced that they're unattractive. You know the ones; they're called too gawky, tall, heavy, short, etc. by everyone in their families, so they're certain those opinions are right. Perhaps it's the small confidence iss ...

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Montana Born and Bred

Sometimes it's hard to put your finger on what it is about a book that didn't grab you, but I will try to do so in this case because it's my job as a reviewer to do so. Although there were a few areas that engaged my interest, there were major flaws as well, which means I can't really recommend Mon ...

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Allie's Moon

Althea Ford has survived a horrific childhood that still isn't over. After killing a young boy in the line of duty, Sheriff Jefferson Hicks lost his job, his wife, and his self-respect. Alexis Harrington's novel Allie's Moon is the tender, though at times pulse-pounding, story of how these two broke ...