Tag: Barbour

Spotlight | Bridge of Gold

Welcome to the Takeover Tour for Bridge of Gold by Kimberley Woodhouse, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours!

First Line Friday | The Thief of Blackfriars Lane

Welcome to First Line Friday! Today we’re looking at The Thief of Blackfriars Lane by Michelle Griep.

Book Review | The Thief of Blackfriars Lane

The Thief of Blackfriars Lane by Michelle Griep is a fun, lighthearted caper set in 1885 City of London. Jackson Forge is a green recruit, overzealous for his first day as a constable. Kit Turner is a female Robin Hood whose crew operates on… Continue Reading “Book Review | The Thief of Blackfriars Lane”

Top Ten Tuesday | Books on my Winter To-Be-Read List

Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday! Today’s theme is top ten books on my to-be-read list. Some of my favorite authors have books coming out in early in 2021, so I can’t wait!

Book Review | A Joyful Christmas

A Joyful Christmas is a collection of six historical Christmas novellas written by Cynthia Hickey, Liz Johnson, Vickie McDonough, Liz Tolsma, Carrie Turansky, and Erica Vetsch.

Book Review | Love’s Pure Light

Love’s Pure Light is a delightful Christmas Novella Collection of four stories by Susanne Dietze, Shannon McNear, Deborah Raney, and Janine Rosche. It follows a nativity set as it is passed down from generation to generation and what I loved most was how each… Continue Reading “Book Review | Love’s Pure Light”

Book Review | A Soldier’s Lady

A Soldier’s Lady is a collection of four historical novellas about four different women who found true love with a solider.

Book Review | The Oregon Trail Romance Collection

The Oregon Trail is one of the more well-known tracks that pioneers traveled to get from the eastern United States to the west coast. Many of the travelers died from disease, hunger, accidents, or weather disasters. Those that made it across the prairie and… Continue Reading “Book Review | The Oregon Trail Romance Collection”

Book Review | The Homestead Brides Collection

I love short story anthologies. Anytime I can find a collection of stories all in one book, it makes me feel like I’ve hit gold. And discovering this particular anthology definitely lived up to those expectations.