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I.Am.Elizabeth.

by Karen Rigby

"I.Am.Elizabeth." is an unusual novel in which a woman learns to forgive herself with the help of an otherworldly royal. In Kathi Haacke Morehead’s historical fantasy "I.Am.Elizabeth.", Elizabeth of York is an otherworldly companion to... Read More

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The Moonstoners

by Mari Carlson

Barbara J. Dzikowski’s "The Moonstoners" explores love in unsettled, complicated times. The Trudeau, Ziemny, and Chavis families first collide when Noel Trudeau meets Ricky Ziemny after art class. While Theckla and Freddie Chavis care... Read More

Book Review

Feast Day of the Cannibals

by Meg Nola

Set in Gilded Age New York, Norman Lock’s "Feast Day of the Cannibals" is the sixth standalone book in the American Novel series. At the cusp of the nineteenth century, fictional and real life characters intersect in a setting that’s... Read More

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The Portrait

by Claire Foster

"The Portrait" is a fun Regency romance that’s steeped in historical details. Immersed in the period of the second Napoleonic War, Cassandra Austen’s lively "The Portrait" is the epitome of a Regency romance. It includes musical... Read More

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