Pennsylvania

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Midtown Masters

I have to applaud Cara McKenna for her ability to write such a different story with every book of hers that I’ve read, even when the premises are similar. She seems to reinvent with each new novel, which I don’t think is easy in the romance genre, particularly with erotica. Midtown Masters compl ...

A
Downtown Devil

I had really mixed feelings about the first book in the Sins in the City series, Crosstown Crush, but I am happy to report that I loved this second installment. Like its predecessor, Downtown Devil is about a woman and two men engaging in a ménage when real feelings start to intrude on the fantasy. ...

B-
The Midwife's Tale

I think The Midwife's Tale might be the first Pennsylvania-set book I've read in ages that doesn't have an Amish person in sight. Instead, readers get to visit a sleepy 19th century country town and follow the adventures of the local midwife as she treats patients and starts to find a love story of ...

B
Lydia's Hope

Through a relative's slip of the tongue, Lydia discovers that she has living sisters. After her family's accident in which her parents were killed, the three young sisters were split up, Lydia and her sister Susanna to Amish couples and her youngest sister Chloe to her English, non-Amish grandmother ...

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The Turncoat: Renegades of the Revolution

This book caught my attention immediately because I am a huge fan of stories set during the American Revolution, which are hard to come by. I’m so glad I picked it up because The Turncoat proved to be a thrilling read, both incredibly romantic and edge-of-your-seat suspenseful. Be warned: it will ...

D+
She

Shape-shifting unicorns, virgin wizards, and over-sexed fairies...welcome to Pennsylvania. I’ve never read anything like She and that’s the greatest strength of this novel – an original concept. Unfortunately it’s a fresh idea not fully fleshed out and throughout the novel I found myself say ...

C-
A Place Called Trinity

I find stories of spiritual discovery and renewal of any faith appealing. Moreover, I really like well done historical novels, romance or otherwise, especially those featuring more common folk as opposed to the elite classes usually shown. Thus I requested to review A Place Called Trinity by Delia P ...

B
His Stolen Bride

If you are ready for something different - a bit off the beaten track for historical romance - take a look at His Stolen Bride by Judith Stanton. It features both an unusual time period and setting, taking place in the rural North Carolina and Pennsylvania Moravian community in the 1790s. It's an en ...