Dear Ms. Bliss: This was such an interesting plotline. Juliet Browne has been playing the mournful fiancee to presumed dead SAS soldier Lee Davis. But Davis comes back to life and confronts Browne because not only is she not his… more
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Dear Ms. Harris: Now that I read so much in digital, I don’t pay as much attention to book covers as I used to. But the cover for Dead Ever After says so much about the book itself, that I’m… more
In response to my article yesterday which I provocatively titled “We should let the historical genre die”, I received several emails saying how much they, too, loved the historical genre and still wanted to read it but they needed suggestions…. more
Dear Ms. Young: Last year’s On Dublin Street was one of my Top 10 picks of 2012, so I was most eager to read Down London Road. I’m delighted to say that I enjoyed it as much as I did… more
Paris, 1923 The daughter of a scandalous mother, Delilah Drummond is already notorious, even amongst Paris society. But her latest scandal is big enough to make even her oft-married mother blanch. Delilah is exiled to Kenya and her favorite stepfather’s… more
Lottie just knows that her boyfriend is going to propose during lunch at one of London’s fanciest restaurants. But when his big question involves a trip abroad, not a trip down the aisle, she’s completely crushed. So when Ben,… more