“In the year of 1777 in rural Pennsylvania, Quaker Kate Grey is powerfully drawn to British officer Peter Tremayne. But when Kate’s “Aunt Angela”, a master spy posing as a Quaker, steals his military documents, he is disgraced and run… more
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Dear Mr. Morgan, I haven’t read many Regency era books lately. Whenever I’ve looked at new releases, I’ve almost immediately been put off of them for some reason, often before I’ve even finished the blurb. Usually it’s some bizarre plot… more
“Ten-year-old Brunin FitzWarin is an awkward misfit in his own family. As an act of encouragement, his father sends him to be fostered as a knight in the household of Joscelin, Lord of Ludlow. Here he meets the lord’s… more
Dear Ms. Pacat, I thought about reviewing the two volumes of Captive Prince separately, but came to the conclusion that since they are two parts of the same story and absolutely must be read in order, this made no sense…. more
Dear Ms. Kilby: When I was growing up, every kid on the playground knew the perfect chant to embarrass some poor boy and girl. “First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes a baby in a baby carriage.” Still, it… more