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Book Review/ /Courting Morrow Little, Laura Frantz

“Love beareth all things.” Summary: Tortured by the memories of her past childhood, Morrow chooses a path that she would not have ever dreamt of going down before reuniting with someone possibly more dangerous than the Bluecoat Captains that have invaded her homeland. In the midst of war, loyalties go deeper than skin. After losing her… Read More Book Review/ /Courting Morrow Little, Laura Frantz

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Book Review/ /The Colonel’s Lady, Laura Frantz

Summary (inserted from Goodreads): In 1779, when genteel Virginia spinster Roxanna Rowan arrives at the Kentucky fort commanded by Colonel Cassius McLinn, she finds that her officer father has died. Penniless and destitute, Roxanna is forced to take her father’s place as scrivener. Before long, it’s clear that the colonel himself is attracted to her. But… Read More Book Review/ /The Colonel’s Lady, Laura Frantz

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Book Review/ /A Moonbow Night, Laura Frantz

A Moonbow Night, Laura Frantz “One of life’s most painful mysteries was that time moved on, with or without you. Those left behind loved and laughed and resumed living as if you’d never been at all.” Summary: Tragedy and deep mourning chase both, Tempe Tucker, and Sion Morgan. In a search for peace, Tempe helps run an inn… Read More Book Review/ /A Moonbow Night, Laura Frantz

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Book Review/ /The Mistress of Tall Acre, Laura Frantz

“Though sympathy tugged at her, Sophie’s imagination made fearsome leaps. The grieving widower. The destitute governess. A motherless child. It had all the makings of a scintillating novel.” Summary:After leaving his home and family for the American Revolution, General Seamus Ogilvy returns home to Tall Acre only to find it desolate and empty. His daughter… Read More Book Review/ /The Mistress of Tall Acre, Laura Frantz

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Book Review/ /The Frontiersman’s Daughter, Laura Frantz

The Frontiersman’s Daughter, Laura Frantz “I asked once before, do you always court trouble, Miss Click, or does it just seem tae follow you where’er you go?” Summary: A story of a girl, born into the wilderness of the Appalachians, who discovers her real destiny.Lael Click is the daughter of a courageous, and well-known man who… Read More Book Review/ /The Frontiersman’s Daughter, Laura Frantz