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Netgalley Review: A Suffragette in Time

Hello Everyone, Book Title: A Suffragette in Time Author: Connie Lacy Genre: Historical, Romance Publisher: Wild Falls Publishing Page Count: ? Series: Standalone ? (I think it's part of a series but unsure however it works well as a Standalone.) Book Summary: A compelling time travel historical Thrown back in time to the 1850s, Sarah… Continue reading Netgalley Review: A Suffragette in Time

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Netgalley Review: The Dead of False Creek

Hello Everyone, Two Netgalley reviews in a month? Who is this girl and where has she been all this time? 🤔 Anyhoo... The Dead of False Creek is a twisty murder mystery not quite involving time travel. I say "not quite" because no one actually goes back in time. Instead two people communicate through a… Continue reading Netgalley Review: The Dead of False Creek

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History or Mystery? Top Six Books On My TBR

Hello everyone, I've got quite the hefty tbr going and so I thought I'd share some that I'm looking forward to reading here soon (I hope!). In no particular order these books are high on my wishlist to read: A historical fiction piece about a group of men surviving in Alaska while the leader's wife… Continue reading History or Mystery? Top Six Books On My TBR

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Start of a Series Book Review: Into the Wilderness

Book One Into the Wilderness by Sara Donatti. This is described as a ambitious sequel to one of my favorite classics The Last of the Mohiacns, though you don’t need to read that to read this. Written back in 1998, after Outlander by Diana Gabaldon, this is one of my top five historical fiction romance books.… Continue reading Start of a Series Book Review: Into the Wilderness

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Netgalley Review: The Trouble We Keep

Hello friends, The Trouble We Keep by Cara Devlin is a historical second chance romance. It has a strong start, and keeps up the pace throughout the entire book. I liked the main character, Emma, as she strives to survive pregnant, alone and searching for her wayward brother. While this was christian fiction, it didn’t… Continue reading Netgalley Review: The Trouble We Keep

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Netgalley Review: On Wilder Seas

On Wilder Seas by Nikki Marmery is a strange yet intriguing retelling of the Golden Hind. I don’t know anything about the original story, and the book itself was strongly written, with realistic characters, and a fascinating history of the ship and the people on it. In truth, I’m unsure of how to write this… Continue reading Netgalley Review: On Wilder Seas

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Book Review: Hawksmaid

Hello friends, Hawksmaid by Kathryn Lasky is a retelling of Robin Hood and Maid Marion. A children's fiction story of Maid Marion, this was not at all what I was hoping for it to be, in that while it contained action and plot, it also contained Christianity and praying every few chapters. I liked the writing… Continue reading Book Review: Hawksmaid

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Book Review: The Court of Miracles

Hello friends, The Court of Miracles by Kester Grant is a retelling of Les Miserable with magical elements, an enormous cast of characters, and a revolution. There are many different courts one can attend within this gorgeously filled, world building fast paced plot. The characters are each unique and intriguing. There are nods towards Les… Continue reading Book Review: The Court of Miracles

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Netgalley Review: For Love and Country

Hello friends, For Love and Country by Candace Waters is a strong female character driven historical novel centered around the WAVES program and Pearl Harbor. While overall I found the plot fascinating, I also found several issues in this book that I wasn’t expecting to have encountered. This book is very Christian based. There’s praying… Continue reading Netgalley Review: For Love and Country