American Civil War, Blog Tour, Book Review, Cross Class, Domestic Abuse, Drinking, Enemies-to-lovers, England, Entrepreneur, Family, Family Saga, Farmer, Friendship, Grief, Happiness, Historical Fiction, In her 20s, In Service, Loneliness, Marriage, Mid 1800s, Murder, Older Hero, Poverty, Relationships, Romance, Slavery, Strong Heroine, Unrequited Love, USA, Violence

Twist of the Thread by Christine Evans | #BookReview #ChristineEvans @SapereBooks #ARC #HistoricalFiction

The Lancashire Cotton Saga continues: English maid Dolly, now married to drunkard Clement, fights all odds to rebuild a Louisiana plantation Twist of the Thread by Christine Evans is book #2 in the beautiful Lancashire Cotton Saga, but can be read as a standalone. You can read my review of the first book in the… Continue reading Twist of the Thread by Christine Evans | #BookReview #ChristineEvans @SapereBooks #ARC #HistoricalFiction

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Song of the Shuttle by Christine Evans | #BookReview #ChristineEvans @SapereBooks #ARC #HistoricalFiction

A mill worker and the owner's son will fight their attraction to each other while trying to survive the struggles brought to the cotton trade by the American Civil War. Song of the Shuttle is book #1 in the Lancashire Cotton Saga and can be read as a standalone. Our thanks to the author and Sapere… Continue reading Song of the Shuttle by Christine Evans | #BookReview #ChristineEvans @SapereBooks #ARC #HistoricalFiction

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The Stolen Letter by Clara Benson | #BlogTour #BookReview @ClaraBooks @Bookouture #NetGalley #HistoricalFiction

An Englishwoman stranded alone in Italy during WWII Today, we are thrilled to be the stop on the Blog Tour for The Stolen Letter by Clara Benson. Our thanks to Bookouture and NetGalley for the advanced reader's copy.  The Stolen Letter is a Second World War story of adversity and awakening. Book Details Title: The Stolen Letter by Clara… Continue reading The Stolen Letter by Clara Benson | #BlogTour #BookReview @ClaraBooks @Bookouture #NetGalley #HistoricalFiction

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Into the Burning Dawn by Natalie Meg Evans | #BlogTour #BookReview @natmegevans @Bookouture #NetGalley #HistoricalFiction

An English teacher gets tangled in Italy's political turmoil during the Second World War. Today, we are thrilled to be the stop on the Blog Tour for Into the Burning Dawn by Natalie Meg Evans. Our thanks to Bookouture and NetGalley for the advanced reader's copy.  Into the Burning Dawn by Natalie Meg Evans is the story of an… Continue reading Into the Burning Dawn by Natalie Meg Evans | #BlogTour #BookReview @natmegevans @Bookouture #NetGalley #HistoricalFiction

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The Smuggler’s Daughter by Kerry Barrett | #BlogTour #BookReview @kerrybean73 @HQDigitalUK #NetGalley #HistoricalFiction

Two women centuries apart. Two interconnected destinies Today, we are thrilled to be the stop on the Blog Tour for The Smuggler's Daughter by Kerry Barrett. The Smuggler's Daughter by Kerry Barrett tells the story of Emily and Phoebe, two women who lived centuries apart, but whose destinies were interconnected. Our thanks to the author,  HQ-Digital,… Continue reading The Smuggler’s Daughter by Kerry Barrett | #BlogTour #BookReview @kerrybean73 @HQDigitalUK #NetGalley #HistoricalFiction

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A Dangerous Goodbye by Fliss Chester | #BlogTour #BookReview @SocialWhirlGirl @Bookouture #NetGalley #HistoricalFiction #MurderMystery

Cryptic crosswords helping a woman solve the mystery involving a series of murders, including her fiancé's Today, we are thrilled to be the stop on the Blog Tour for A Dangerous Goodbye by Fliss Chester. Our thanks to Bookouture and NetGalley for the advanced reader's copy.  A Dangerous Goodbye is a post-WWII story about a woman that went to… Continue reading A Dangerous Goodbye by Fliss Chester | #BlogTour #BookReview @SocialWhirlGirl @Bookouture #NetGalley #HistoricalFiction #MurderMystery

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Bronte’s Mistress by Finola Austin | #BlogTour #BookReview @SVictorianist @AtriaBooks @Austenprose #NetGalley #BiographicalFiction

Lydia Robinson entered history as the seducer of the much younger Branwell Bronte. More than a hundred years later, Finola Austin gives her the chance to tell her side of the tale. Bronte's Mistress is an outstanding book that takes historical facts and expands them into compelling fiction. The Bronte siblings and the Robinson family… Continue reading Bronte’s Mistress by Finola Austin | #BlogTour #BookReview @SVictorianist @AtriaBooks @Austenprose #NetGalley #BiographicalFiction

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A Lady’s Guide to Mischief and Murder by Dianne Freeman | #BookReview @Difreeman001 @KensingtonBooks #NetGalley #HistoricalMystery

Mischief and Murder A Lady's Guide to Mischief and Murder is such a catchy title! I don't usually read mystery, but I could not stop myself from requesting this one on NetGalley. The book is part of the Countess of Harleigh Mystery Series but can be read as a standalone.  My thanks to Kensington Books and NetGalley… Continue reading A Lady’s Guide to Mischief and Murder by Dianne Freeman | #BookReview @Difreeman001 @KensingtonBooks #NetGalley #HistoricalMystery

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Review | The Dublin Girls by Cathy Mansell

In the aftermath of WWII, three sisters struggle to find their place in the world. Today, we are thrilled to be the stop on the Blog Tour for The Dublin Girls by Cathy Mansell. Our thanks to the author and Headline Publishing for the advanced reader's copy.  Book Details Title: The Dublin Girls by Cathy Mansell.Lenght: 358 pagesPublication Date: Headline… Continue reading Review | The Dublin Girls by Cathy Mansell

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Review | The Servant by Maggie Richell-Davies

A touching portrayal of life as a female servant in Georgian England The Servant by Maggie Richell-Davies is a heart-breaking but inspirational read about the perils faced by women in service in Georgian England.  Our thanks to the author and Sharpe Books for the advanced reader's copy.  Book Details Title: The Servant by Maggie Richell-DaviesPublication Date: Sharpe Books (April… Continue reading Review | The Servant by Maggie Richell-Davies