King’s Man by Sally Malcolm

King’s Man by Sally Malcolm

In King’s Man – the first full length book in her new Outlawed series – Sally Malcolm has pulled off a feat that, in these days of clichéd, been-there-read-that historical romance is little short of a minor miracle.  This book is that rare gem in an overcrowded genre and something that every fan of historicals…

The Lacemaker by Laura Frantz

The Lacemaker by Laura Frantz

Readers have been obsessed with heroines who tumble down the economic and social ladder for centuries, from Victor Hugo’s Fantine to Hillary Duff’s Sam.   The heroine of The Lacemaker must conquer both a downward social tumble and her fear of committing to romance, all while trying to keep her faith paramount – and her creator…

Hamilton’s Battalion by Courtney Milan, Rose Lerner and Alyssa Cole

Hamilton’s Battalion by Courtney Milan, Rose Lerner and Alyssa Cole

It is rare when all the stories of an anthology please, but Hamilton’s Battalion is one such collection. It’s an inspiring book for our time and one of the most heartwarming and hopeful books I’ve read this year. These novellas are set during the Revolutionary War in the year 1781 when Colonel Alexander Hamilton led the siege against Yorktown…

The Dutch Girl by Donna Thorland

American Historicals—particularly those set during the American Revolution—have always been of particular interest to me. I love the time period, love learning more about that war, and I particularly enjoy getting a glimpse of what my home, the northeast part of the United States, looked like back then. The Dutch Girl offered a different look…

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