Literary Glance: Paradise Valley by C.J. Box — Dysfunctional Literacy

When I picked up Paradise Valley by C.J. Box, I didn’t realize it was a serial killer novel. Seriously, from the cover, Paradise Valley doesn’t look like a serial killer novel. Usually there’s a bloody weapon or a terrified woman on the cover of a serial killer novel, but the image here is almost peaceful. […]

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Book Pomo – Get ‘A Touch of Passion’ BOXSET for 99c/99p from 8th August to 20th September… — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

Sale dates: 08/10/2017-09/20/2017 Regular price of book: $1.99 Sale price of book: $0.99 Category: Romance Ways to describe this book: Historical Romance, Contemporary Romance, boxed set romance, award winning novels Lose yourself in a touch of passion. Whether it’s the beauty in a song or the magic of a kiss, the agony of heartbreak or the hunger […]

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Traitor’s Knot by @CryssaBazos English Civil War #HistFic #Romance @EndeavourPress ‏

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Traitor's KnotTraitor’s Knot by Cryssa Bazos
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Traitor’s Knot is a historical romance set during the English Civil War. It opens with a scene from the Battle of Naseby which took place in 1645. Cromwell’s Roundheads are set to take victory as Royalist Captain James Hart is unhorsed, his only chance of escape to change into the clothes of a dead Roundhead.

Elizabeth Seton lives in Weymouth. She comes from a family of healers, but now the war is over, their family is still tainted from the time their father took up arms against Cromwell’s men. Desperate not to be taken under the wing of her brother-in-law, Elizabeth asks if her aunt will take her in. Aunt Isabel, a healer, lives near Warwick, and offers shelter for those in need via a secret resistance known as The Knot. Elizabeth’s arrival in Warwick creates quite a stir…

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Available now… — KATE JACK’S BLOG

Originally posted on KATE JACK’S BLOG: … from Amazon, Smashwords, itune and Kobo. For your delight and delectation – absolutely FREE! 😀 Welcome to a world of faeries, dreamers, history and much more. A Pocketful of Stories contains twelve short fantasy tales, filled with delightful, and not so delightful, characters, plus a bonus free…

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Review: The Bird and the Sword — Literary Dust

Title: The Bird and the Sword Author: Amy Harmon Date of Publication: May 11th, 2016 Goodreads Summary: Swallow, Daughter, pull them in, those words that sit upon your lips. Lock them deep inside your soul, hide them ‘til they’ve time to grow. Close your mouth upon the power, curse not, cure not, ‘til the hour. […]

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Bloodlines — John R Moore

Pre-order now, book release July 1 Bloodlines, is an exciting story about an Archeology Grad Student who earns her Ph.D. and then finds herself in the ultimate adventure. Tamara Jenkins lives in Helena, Montana and becomes the most powerful sorcerer the world has ever known. Joined by several other Sorcerers, they set out on the […]

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Rosie’s Review Team #RBRT The Mistress Of Blackstairs by Catherine Curzon #HistFic @MadameGilflurt — Rosie Amber

Today’s team review is from Judith, she blogs here http://judithbarrowblog.com/ Judith has been reading The Mistress Of Blackstairs by Catherine Curzon My Review: Although the story has a slow start for me, I thoroughly enjoyed this book once I persevered. Catherine Curzon has obviously researched the era well and I do like her style of […]

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