Enjoy this excerpt from The Widow of Rose Hill courtesy of St. Martin’s Press. Read our review here. Continue reading Excerpt: The Widow of Rose Hill
Outlander Season 1 and 2 is now on Netflix. Who’s bingeing?
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FINALLY! Outlander Starz Season 4 will air in November of this year. We know they were filming the next season but hadn’t heard the specific date yet. In even better news: Outlander has renewed for Seasons 5 and 6, where Claire and Jamie will continue through American history. In the meantime of ‘Droughtlander’, you may like our other historical TC series and movie recommendations. Book … Continue reading Outlander Season 4 – Date released
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Come on, come all to bookstores across the country to see Siobhan Fallon and hear her read from her wonderful new novel, The Confusion of Languages. See our review here. Continue reading Get your book signed!
Books for Her is one of the first stops in A Lady’s Code of Misconduct blog tour- and we are honored and thrilled! If you read our review of Fool Me Twice, you’ll know that Meredith Duran is one of our favorites and made our Top 10 Historical Romance Authors List. After getting a digital copy this weekend, we jumped right in (already taking every … Continue reading A Lady’s Code of Misconduct: Blog Tour
Available now: The Trouble with Dukes by Grace Burrowes ****3/5 stars Another Scottish-English romance from Grace Burrowes, you’ll like The Trouble with Dukes. Recommended readers: If you like Scottish romances. If you like historical romances. Here’s my Rankings: 3/5 for characters 3.5/5 for plot 3/5 overall Note: 2/5 some steaminess REVIEW FROM BOOKS FOR HER: A rumored violent war history and Scottish manners make the London Season something … Continue reading The Trouble with Dukes by Grace Burrowes
According to the BBC, Iceland has more books and writers per capita than anywhere else in the world, with the Christmas traditions to prove it. In fact, it is said that one in ten Icelanders will publish a book, and their nod to the Christmas season is complete with a book festival in the days leading up to the holiday for the sole purpose of gift giving (and reading, apparently.) … Continue reading An Icelandic Christmas Eve
From Books for Her and Mr. Edgar Allan Poe* Continue reading Happy Halloween