A college co-ed marries for security and not for love. Art and love are freedoms that can be hard to find when security stifles creativity.
by fangswandsfairy • Book Release Event!, Interview & Giveaway • Tags: Avon, dukes, Equal Pay, Espionage, Gambling, Giveaway, HarperCollins, infidelity, Interview, Miranda Neville, Oscar Wilde, Regency, Spitalfields, Wild Quartet, Wilde Quartet, women's rights
Miranda Neville’s here and we’re chatting and having espressotinis. With a giveaway!
by fangswandsfairy • Feature, Fiction Related Op-Ed, It's A History Thing • Tags: Betty Friedan, Civil Rights, Equal Pay, feminism, Mary Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft, Oscar Wilde, Spittalfields, THE FEMININE MYSTIQUE, women's rights
Women’s Rights feature largely in historical romance novels and give us something to really think about. We didn’t start the fire,….
by fangswandsfairy • 2014 Historical Romance Reading Challenge, Book Review Fiction, Historical Romance • Tags: Avon, Brides of Redemption, Chaperone, Duke, Gayle Callen, guilt, HarperCollins, India, London, Protector, Raj, Third Son, Victorian Period, women's rights
As the third son, Adam Chamberlin never thought he would inherit his father’s title but he did. Faith never thought she would find a better lot in life and had accepted her own. His feelings of guilt bring them together but will his arrogance keep them apart?
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, Historical Romance • Tags: aristocracy, Bronwen Evans, England, governess, Libertine Scholars, London, Napoleon, society, strong women, the ton, war hero, Waterloo, women's rights
An injured hero, unjustly accused of a crime and a wife on the lam discover each other in an action filled historical romance series starter.
A young heiress escapes a smothering family situation and embarks on a life defiant of societal norms. Her adventures include a steamy affair with the Lord of the Rakes.