A French War Bride, now in her 80s, shares her story with the woman whose fiance she stole.
by Sophia Rose • A Sophia Rose Review, Book Review Fiction • Tags: ancient Ireland, Historical Fiction, Historical Mystery, Husband & Wife Detective Team, Ireland, mystery, reilgion, Religious Conflict, Sister Fidelma
When the Dead Travel the Ancient Roads of Ireland
When WWII starts the men in a provincial village all join up in some way and the choir is discontinued. But, why? The women decide to carry on with just their own voices to truly help them through the war.
In Sarah Lark’s ISLAND OF A THOUSAND SPRINGS a woman comes into her own through enduring hardship on Colonial Period Jamaica.
American ex-pat Maggie Hope, spy and Churchill’s secretary, returns as the US enters WWII and helps out the White House as she uncovers a plot to destroy Eleanor Roosevelt’s reputation.
A young political wife yearns for freedom in this tale redolent of the mythos of the 1960s.
by fangswandsfairy • 2015 Reading Challenges, historic elements, Historical Romance, Time Travel • Tags: American Revolution, clans, Colonial America, Continental Congress, family, fear, Fiction, Fidelity, Freedom, Historical Fiction, Jamie Fraser, Outlander, Time Travel
Continuing into the start of the American Revolution Jamie and Claire have to determine whether and when to declare themselves on the side of the revolution.