Five Stars for Jacqui Nelson’s Choosing Bravery, a Sweet Western Historical Romance Novella, in a quality category all its own.
Thank you, readers, for purchasing, recommending, promoting, reviewing, and helping Mail Order Bride Collection: A Timeless Romance Anthology succeed! Because of the support of so many, this title debuted today on the USA Today Best-selling Books List!
4 STARS for the 1879 title, Wired Love: A Romance of Dots and Dashes. As an amateur historian determined to learn what I could about the telegraph and its impact on American society, how it worked, and the challenges telegraphers faced, this sweet (innocent) love story fit the bill!
Zina Abbott’s new release, Too Old For Christmas, set in 1854 California, is a sweet romance. This Blog Tour celebrates this Holiday Romance, offers special prizes, and offers readers an introduction to the new release. You’ll find a link inside to my review on Goodreads.
Queen Victoria reigned from age 18 to age 81; June 1837 until her death in 1901. Anything that falls within this time, whether those English-speaking countries were her subjects or not, is referred to as the Victorian Era. The United States definitely had a Victorian Era–and the sheer quantity of significant historical occurrences, inventions, developments, social happenings–is astounding. This overview sheds light on this favored backdrop (Victorian Era American West) for fiction.