Three story threads weave together in the past and present to extend Harkness’s All Souls World
Running away from home on impulse to a meet a potential suitor is probably not the best idea for a spinster with four brothers.
An interesting accent spices the narration of this contemporary romance.
Every lover of Jane Austen would love to know what happened to Lizzie and Mr. Darcy after the wedding. Now we know….
In the middle ages, women were property and plunder, and mercy was a rarity. Jennet finds herself the plunder of one merciful warrior in the border wars between the British and Scottish kings.
Winterbourne, a British Spy investigating a smuggling ring, protects Francesca, a woman who loves animals, from a vile villain. At the same time they develop an attraction and if it weren’t fiction, the rest would have been history,.
A young woman inherits a haunted Manse on Nantucket with match-making ghosts.
Claire, Jamie and Ian work their ways up and down the coast and across the sea. John Grey and his “son” William are on the other side in the revolution. Briana and Roger face threats from modern day Scots as well as the past. It’s a thrill ride and a tear jerker.
Revisit Claire and Jamie, and their family, in 19th-century North Carolina. Births, deaths, war, injustice and ghost bears provide a wide ranging story.
It’s unimaginable that Jane Austen did not write P & P, Is it not? But is it possible? And imagine what would happen if you had proof.
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, Fantasy, Historical Romance, Paranormal Romance, Time Travel • Tags: Brianna, Claire, Diana Gabaldon, Dragonfly in Amber (Outlander), Jamie, John Grey, North Carolina, Outlander, Roger, Time Travel, Voyager
Claire and Jamie settle in North Carolina as Brianna and Roger struggle with their relationship in two times. Book four in this time bending, genre crossing series!
Author Meta Mathews drops in to dish on her and her new Novella DEFYING THE DUKE, and her writing process: what works, what doesn’t, and how she learned the difference!