Over the last week and for the rest of this week, the Reviewers of Fresh Fiction will be sharing
some of our favorite reads in various genres. We hope you’ll take another look at these titles,
and maybe share your favorites in the comments. We’ll have a different genre featured each
day! Be sure to check the blog to see what we’ve already covered.
It’s all things historical romance today! Check out our picks below.
It was unusual to see Alexandria as a location for a WW2 romance. Contrasted with Scotland
which has an influx of GIs. Women greatly involved in business, nursing and war work.
Grace Burrowes is my go-to historical romance author. She writes characters who feel like old
friends, and their extended families (both biological and found) are there to both tease the
main characters or defend them against enemies. The heroes and heroines are fully realized
individuals, and when they finally get together, it's wonderful!
Romance Historical [Forever, On Sale:
November 6, 2018, Paperback / e-Book, ISBN: 9781538728956 / ]
heartwarming historical romance!
Favorite characters in a fabulous series, a character-driven story, and a charming and very
sweet hero! Also, there are great supporting characters, too.
Romance Historical | Romance Holiday [Berkley, On Sale:
November 27, 2018, Mass Market Paperback / e-Book, ISBN: 9780399586101 / eISBN:
storytelling, with charismatic characters, and an enchanting love story!
Romance and Historical fact-filled delight in Paris! Oh-la-la! Amanda McCabe is a sterling
storyteller and her historical research impeccable.
A true love story, what could be more romantic than that? Most people have heard of C.S.
Lewis, but I bet not everyone knows about how he found the perfect woman with whom to
share his life.
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