A Gown of Spanish Lace

March 9, 2017 Jordan 0

A Gown of Spanish Lace By Janette Oke Bethany House Publishers, 1995  Ariana, the preacher’s daughter, is kidnapped from the schoolhouse where she teaches and […]

7 Historical Fiction Trilogies

February 14, 2017 Jordan 0

Fact: My favorite (favorite, favorite, favorite!) genre to read is historical fiction. I especially like early American history (think pioneers, wagon trains, cowboys), but I […]

The Light Between Oceans

January 26, 2017 Jordan 0

The Light Between Oceans By M. L. Stedman Random House Australia, 2012 Being the lighthouse keeper on Janus is a quiet, lonely existence, made brighter […]

The Curiosity Keeper

January 19, 2017 Jordan 0

The Curiosity Keeper By Sarah E. Ladd Nelson, Thomas, Inc., 2015 Camille Iverness has worked faithfully in her father’s curiosity shop, keeping it and him […]

The Beautiful Pretender

December 29, 2016 Jordan 0

The Beautiful Pretender By Melanie Dickerson Thomas, Nelson, Inc., 2016 By order of the king, the margrave of Thornbeck must choose a wife from a […]

The Maid of Fairbourne Hall

November 17, 2016 Jordan 0

The Maid of Fairbourne Hall By Julie Klassen Baker Publishing Group, 2012 To avoid being forced into a disagreeable marriage, spoiled society miss Margaret Macy […]

No Other Will Do

November 3, 2016 Jordan 0

No Other Will Do By Karen Witemeyer Baker Publishing Group, 2016 Women are every bit as intelligent and capable as men, which is why Emma […]

The Last Midwife Front Cover

The Last Midwife

October 20, 2016 Jordan 0

The Last Midwife by Sandra Dallas St. Martin’s Press, 2015 The last midwife in Swandyke, Colorado in 1880, Gracy Brookens is known and loved by most […]

The Apothecary’s Daughter

September 12, 2016 Jordan 0

The Apothecary’s Daughter by Julie Klassen Baker Publishing Group, 2009 It’s a shame that women cannot be apprentices because the years Lillian Haswell has spent […]