Tag Archives: Historical

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The cold breezes blowing keep me in mind of the happy season afoot.

AThe Shoemaker by [Prysock, Lisa]nd the great thing about this time of year is reading books about the season. I’d love to have one of those hand muffs myself from this cover art for The Shoemaker. Lisa M. Prysock firmly sets the mood with the backdrop village scene and the sweet face of the main character in this Regency story.

 

 

Just Maybe (Home In You Book 3) by [Walton, Crystal]How about this? I love the way these characters have great chemistry in Crystal Walton’s novel Just Maybe. I love a good romantic comedy.

 

 

 

 

 

Check one of these out while the turkey’s baking. Do you prefer to read historical or contemporary while you wait?

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Wanna a cover to rip your heart out or make you laugh?

Nathan’s Fate cover art grips me with sheer emotion. Wow. That’s what I have to say about it. I can feel the heroine’s inner turmoil very well on Terra Lynee’s historical novel cover.Nathan's Fate by [Lynee, Terra]And what about Pepper Basham’s novel A Twist of Faith? These are some happy folks. I love how this cover isn’t the typical characters just standing around.These are both winners to me. Do you want to laugh or cry with a book this weekend?

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Have you traveled to the country or even a far away land recently? When a book is based in a place I’ve been, I gobble it up.

Irish Meadows (Courage to Dream Book #1) by [Mason, Susan Anne]Ireland still calls to me even though its been two years since we visited. Don’t you love the blue of her eyes on this cover for Susan Anne Mason’s historical novel called Irish Meadows? Oh, take me back to Ireland if only in the pages of a book!

 

 

 

A Semi-Sweet Summer: Pure Amore: Sweet Romance, Pure Enjoyment by [Elder, Jan]A Semi-Sweet Summer by Jan Elder is sure to delight the senses with this witty cover. It’s country setting is nice. And I’m always in the mood for chocolate. If he doesn’t want that chocolate I’ll take it!

 

 

 

 

Like the chocolate in Jan Elder’s cover or the solemn stare of our dear Irish girl in Susan Anne Mason’s? Tell me what you think in the comments below.