Books by Ana Seymour

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Master of Castle Glen

Ana Seymour is a new author for me, and I was pleased enough by Master of Castle Glen to consider looking for other titles by her. Set in 1885 Glencolly, Scotland, the story begins with Fiona MacLennan, four months a widow, meeting the train that will bring the new laird of Castle Glen to clai ...

B-
Maid of Killarney

John Black is a former doctor who gave up practicing medicine years ago and has since become a leader in the struggle against English rule. After years of fighting and negotiating, he's decided to visit his friends Niall and Catronia Riordan (the protagonists of Seymour’s Rose in the Mist) for som ...

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Rose in the Mist

Rose in the Mist is certainly not a bad romance novel. It was a painless, mildly diverting read that went down quickly and easily. However, neither did it stay in my mind for any time after I read the last page. Niall Riordan finds himself in the unfamiliar court of Queen Elizabet ...

C
The Black Swan

Ana Seymour is a new author for me. I'd seen her name on the spine of numerous Harlequin Historicals, but I'd never read anything she'd written so I was glad to have the opportunity to try her out. Unfortunately, I was not overly impressed by The Black Swan, her debut book for Jove. This was a fast ...

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The Rogue

I'm always wary when I pick up a historical romance, especially a medieval. Am I going to encounter characters who talk, think, and act like they belong in a contemporary or will the author's slavish devotion to accuracy drive me nuts with too many "thee"'s and "'tis"'s? Will there be too much histo ...