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March is Women's History Month... A perfect time to check out these new historical releases




The Warlord's Wife
(A Sons of the North Romance #1)
by Sandra Lake


His Wicked Reputation
(Book One of the Wicked Series)
by Madeline Hunter


Mrs. Jeffries Serves at Six
(Victorian Mysteries)
by Emily Brightwell



NEW REVIEWS

The Traveling Tea Shop
by Belinda Jones
"Scrumptious, Traveling, Tasting and Reading!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted March 4, 2015

Laurie Davis gets a phenomenal opportunity -- the chance to travel up the New England coast with the famous TV cooking star, Pamela Lambert-Leigh, the star of Tea Time With Pamela. They are both British and totally enchanted with CAKE! No, it's not your average, store-bought, boxed style Read more...


The Reluctant Midwife: A Hope River Novel
by Patricia Harman
"Secrets Within a Hurting Community!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted March 4, 2015

Nurse Becky Myers and her former employer, Dr. Isaac Blum, travel back to their origins in a small West Virginia town. They are almost penniless and Blum bears the appearance of a mentally challenged individual who just stares and is totally dependent on Becky to feed, dress and change Read more...


Murder in the Queen's Wardrobe
by Kathy Lynn Emerson
"Traitors at Every Turn!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted February 18, 2015

Mistress Rosamond Jaffrey is married but separated from her husband and living independently. She is wealthy, educated and intelligent as well. While she has no problem filling her days, she is now drawn into the service of Queen Elizabeth's cousin, Lady Mary, in London in the year 1582. Read more...


Dreaming Spies (Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes Series #14)
by Laurie R. King
"Secret Protectors of the Prince of Japan!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted February 18, 2015

Holmes and Russell return to their home anticipating a quiet rest, only to have their maid alert them to a huge rock with a chrysanthemum drawn on it lying within their garden. This quickly leads to a long sea journey to Japan which is far from quiet as they wind Read more...


The Price of Blood: A Novel
by Patricia Bracewell
"Division Threatens to Destroy England!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted February 18, 2015

King Æthelred and Queen Emma rule a divided nation, England, in the year 1066. The King, however, is equally responsible for the chaotic rule within his country as well as the Viking attacks that persist and grow more severe with each passing year. For the King is tortured by Read more...


Killers of the King
by Charles Spencer
"Regicide Revenge!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted February 10, 2015

King Charles I of England has become a tyrant; but this is not the same England that tolerated such mistreatment or such financial extravagance that would pauperize the government coffers. This is the story of how Parliament plans and carries out demise of Charles I. What is fascinating Read more...


New Uses For Old Boyfriends
by Beth Kendrick
"Grown-Up Love!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted February 10, 2015

Lila and her mother Daphne know everything worth knowing about fashion design and style. It's a world filled with beauty and glamour but a world fraught with uncertainty. Lila painfully discovers how fleeting wealth and success can be. A TV star of a home shopping cable affiliate in Read more...


Secrets of a Charmed Life
by Susan Meissner
"Dream It and Then Do It!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted February 5, 2015

"You said wishing something doesn't make it come true. Doing it does. Someday I hope you will be proud of me." These words were penned by Isabel MacFarland many years ago and which she is now sharing in an interview with American scholar Kendra Van Zant. While Kendra Read more...


Crash and Burn: A Novel
by Lisa Gardner
"Redemptive Crime Investigation!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted February 5, 2015

"Where is Vero?" repeats Nicole Frank immediately after a devastatingly brutal car crash in which her SUV landed upright with the front of the car vertically dug in the dirt at the bottom of a deep hill off a main road. Despite phenomenal injuries, she manages to crawl out Read more...


Touch
by David J. Linden
"Touch Is So Much More Important Than We Know!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted February 4, 2015

Touch quite clearly is associated with almost every experience of a human being. This book begins by correlating the times a person says "I feel" followed by an emotional adjective to indicate that the tactile sense is wired neurologically to not only our brain but also our emotions. Read more...


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