An epic journey back to the post-war world of the 1920’s and Marie Durant Chagall and those around her must find meaning in life again. Every aspect of human nature and the desire to rebuild lives is explored in this novel including the importance of family, whether blood relatives or chosen families. Here we have an incredible exploration into whether love can indeed conquer all.
Set against the backdrop of the Black Plague, one woman of note risks everything to follow her calling and find her true love.
DAIR DEVIL: A GEORGIAN HISTORICAL ROMANCE (ROXTON FAMILY SAGA, BOOK 3) by Lucinda Brant – Georgian Historical Romance
The sweeping Roxton Family Saga continues with an unlikely love, a reckoning of honor, and plenty to prove. Historical Fiction with a heart and soul.
This fun, fast-paced cozy reveals what happens when the witty and charming Mr. Darcy springs to life as an A.I. But, is he more than his two developers can handle?
The Writer’s Life: Author Interview with DIANA FORBES – Chatelaine 1st Place Winner, Historical Romance, The Guilded Age
The Writer's Life blog posts - written for writers by writers! This week's post features Diana Forbes, a historical fiction author of the debut novel "Mistress Suffragette."
MISTRESS SUFFRAGETTE by Diana Forbes – Victorian Historical Fiction, Suffragette Movement, Political
Engaging, stimulating, and action-packed, "Mistress Suffragette" examines the facts of life, the challenges of social restrictions, and the woes of youthful love through the eyes of a sharp-minded, sharp-shooting young woman.
Ways to soften the blow of moving back home: 19 million in your pocket, starting your own business... a knack for finding dead blondes wherever you turn? -- Not on the list!
Beauty takes a different a form in Lisa Souza's page-turning debut novel, Beauty and the Bridesmaid. Dorothy (Dot) Lindell tags herself as a "relationship black hole." An overweight software geek with a loser love life whose only wish is to not die a virgin. At her cousin's wedding, displayed in a tightly molded purple-ish taffeta gown, Dot feels she wins the award for the ugliest bridesmaid. To add injury to insult, Dot has lost hope of an amorous hookup since her escort, Kennedy J Kennedy is gay – and the life of the party. But when he offers to trade his image consulting services for her software know-how, Dot checks the box for a complete image overhaul. What she doesn't realize is that her extensive overhaul is bigger, financially and physically and emotionally, than she could ever have imagined. If facial acid applications through a dermatologist aren't enough, Dot's personal trainer works her to death. Although it only takes her three and a half months to lose the weight through rigorous exercise program and her spanking-new meal plan, it all pales in comparison to the painful aftermath of plastic surgery. As a result of her hard work and her surgeon’s skill, Dot is NOT the same person, anatomically speaking, than before. Changing her moniker to her middle name, Alana (Dot) enters a new world of attraction. Among her many admirers, the first person to ask her on a date is none other than her heart-throb who didn’t [...]