Adultery, Artist, Biographical Fiction, Blog Tour, Book Review, Cheating, Depression, England, Family, Flawed Hero, Flawed Heroine, Grief, Guilt, Historical Fiction, Inspirational, Insta-lust, Loneliness, Marriage, Mid 1800s, Older Heroine, Relationships, Romance, Strong Heroine, Teacher, Women's Fiction, Young Hero

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

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Blog Tour | Book and Audiobook | The Jane Austen Society by Natalie Jenner

Jane Austen inspires romance, friendship, and self-discovery. The Jane Austen Society is a very special book. Fiction and reality intertwine to take the reader to the village of Chawton, Hampshire, where author Jane Austen lived. Our thanks to the author, Macmillan Publishers, and Austenprose for the advanced reader’s copy of the book and audiobook. ​ ​ Book Details… Continue reading Blog Tour | Book and Audiobook | The Jane Austen Society by Natalie Jenner

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Blog Tour | Review | Into The Darkest Day by Kate Hewitt

Past and present intertwine in this beautiful story of love and loss. Today we are thrilled to be the stop on the Blog Tour for Into The Darkest Day, by Kate Hewitt. Our thanks to Bookouture and NetGalley for the advanced reader's copy. ​ Book Details Print Length: 395 pagesPublisher: Bookouture (May 14, 2020)Publication Date: May 14, 2020Language: EnglishASIN: B085QHKRQ2 Book Description:(By the… Continue reading Blog Tour | Review | Into The Darkest Day by Kate Hewitt

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Review | The French Wife by Diney Costeloe

An emotional and accurate portrait of French and English societies in the late 1800s. The French Wife is a beautiful story about overcoming obstacles and persisting in the pursuit of happiness.  Our thanks to Head of Zeus, and NetGalley for the advanced reader's copy. Book Details Title: The French WifeAuthor: Diney CosteloePublisher: Head of Zeus (May 7, 2020)Publication Date: May… Continue reading Review | The French Wife by Diney Costeloe

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Review | Where the Lost Wander by Amy Harmon

Where the Lost Wander is an astonishing story of loss and love that takes place during a train wagon journey to California in the mid-1800s. Our thanks to Lake Union Publishing and NetGalley for the advanced reader's copy. ​