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#BookReview Before the Rains by Dinah Jefferies

Before the Rains by Dinah Jefferies is a lovely romance set in the 1930s. I love historical romance novels, but I just have a hard time finding ones I enjoy. Lucky for me, Dinah Jefferie's book swept me off my feet after prancing into my life. Eliza, a newly minted widow, is sent to India… Continue reading #BookReview Before the Rains by Dinah Jefferies

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#BookReview Prisoner of the Highlander by Kate Robbins

Oh lordie, this book was one delightful read! Prisoner of the Highlander by Kate Robbins is a truly remarkable romance novel centered in Scotland! Annabella Beaufort and Alexander MacDonald find themselves in a very interesting situation. Alexander has kidnapped Annabelle and is keeping her captive so he can try to get his Father back. His… Continue reading #BookReview Prisoner of the Highlander by Kate Robbins

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#BookReview A Cup of Redemption by Carole Bumpus

  If I had to describe this book in one word, I'd use the word "journey". This incredibly breath-taking tale by Carole Bumpus wow-ed me more than I can say in a few words. When I started reading this book, I just figured it was another Women's Fiction novel that would be a great 'on… Continue reading #BookReview A Cup of Redemption by Carole Bumpus

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#BookReview Mrs. Grant and Madame Jule by Jennifer Chiaverini

  Mrs. Grant and Madame Jule is a riveting drama that follows the lives of Julia, a young and wealthy woman, and Jule, her slave. If I had to limit this book's description to two words, I would call it a historical drama. Typically, I am not a fan of books like this but somehow… Continue reading #BookReview Mrs. Grant and Madame Jule by Jennifer Chiaverini

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#BookReview Carry Me by Peter Behrens

Carry Me by Peter Behrens is a beautifully woven tale of the world wars that gives a unique perspective into the life of people in those times. The first half of this book was incredibly addicting to me, and I could hardly put it down. It was a solid five out of five stars, and… Continue reading #BookReview Carry Me by Peter Behrens

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#BookReview Throne of Grace by Cecily Wolf

Time for a quick book review!!   Throne of Grace is one of the only Christian romance novels I have read. I saw it was free on Amazon, and I decided I might as well pick up a different type of book. The book is sweet and simple, if I'm putting it lightly. The historical… Continue reading #BookReview Throne of Grace by Cecily Wolf

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#BookReview Anita – A Heroine of Two Worlds by Liz Gavin

Anita by Liz Gavin is an awesome, short story that will leave you breathless. I downloaded this book free from a newsletter I was sent, and man was I blown away! I am really annoyed that this is a "standalone" (currently...) because the ending was the worst cliffhanger EVER! This book was a time travel,… Continue reading #BookReview Anita – A Heroine of Two Worlds by Liz Gavin

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#BookReview The Second War of Rebellion by Katie Hanrahan

Somehow, I managed to pick up this book and finish reading it but then put it right back on my "to read" bookshelf so I completely forgot how long ago I read it! So the accuracy of the dates of when I read this is quite wrong! I'll just say August 2017 since that's when… Continue reading #BookReview The Second War of Rebellion by Katie Hanrahan

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#BookReview A Long Way Back by J. Everett Prewitt

A Long Way Back by J. Everett Prewitt is a gripping story that will leave you breathless. This book is one of the novels that have been sitting on my to-read shelf behind other books and I didn't see. I would have read it ages ago, but my silly placement pattern didn't work as well.… Continue reading #BookReview A Long Way Back by J. Everett Prewitt

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#BookReview The Winter Family by Clifford Jackman

The Winter Family by Clifford Jackman This book reminds me of Games of Thrones if it was set in a western setting. There's lots of death, and lots of interesting drama to keep you interested. I'm not crazy into westerns, but I love reading in different genres so I don't get bored reading the same… Continue reading #BookReview The Winter Family by Clifford Jackman