Two fun romances that will make perfect gifts for the ladies in your life, plus an interview with author Heather B. Moore.
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This month, we sit down with Melanie Jacobson, author of “So Not My Thing”, a romantic comedy set in New Orleans. We also discuss the regency romance, “A Lady on the Chase” and a non-fiction book about Proverbs that is strikingly compelling.
Welcome to BookChat with Julie! I’m so excited to be with you and talk about my favorite subject—books! Today, we are highlighting some new historical romances that take place in the English countryside. All of them will have you wishing you could walk the garden paths of beautiful estates or attend a country ball.
Too often the tactics used by the revolutionaries mirror that of the unjust regime. In Arlem Hawks’s novel "Beyond the Lavender Fields" the reader is given a chance to view the choices and decisions faced by those wishing to abolish the corruption and lack of justice in France’s pre-revolutionary world.
Red Cicada by Gregg Luke is one of the most exciting books I’ve picked up in a long time. With a strong appeal for both male and female readers, this story starts the new year out in grand style. On those cold, snowy days, just curl up in your favorite chair with Red Cicada and enjoy the ride—er read.