Tag: Lynn Kurland

Historical Romance 101: What Makes a Great Heroine and Favorites

Historical Romance 101: What Makes a Great Heroine and Favorites

Posted April 17, 2015 by Loverofromance in Historical Romance 101 / 0 Comments

Welcome to another segment of Historical Romance 101!! Come and join along with myself, Jennifer @ Feminist Fairy Tales, Amanda @ On A Book Bender, and Quinn @ Quinn’s Book Nook. This is a special one, and I find one of my favorite things to talk about…our lovely heroines. Now we all know that it is more difficult to find a winning heroine than a hero. But it is such a special treat to find a heroine you can connect with. 

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Book Review-One Magic Moment

Book Review-One Magic Moment

Posted February 2, 2012 by Loverofromance in Book Reviews / 0 Comments

One Magic Moment by Lynn Kurland Also in this series: This is all I ask Series: de Piaget #13 Published by Jove / Penguin Group on May 3rd 2011 Genres: Historical Romance, Medieval Era, Time Travel Romance Pages: 368 Format: Paperback Source: Library ISBN: 0515149519     Medieval studies scholar Tess Alexander is thrilled for the chance to live in a medieval castle. But then a trip to the village brings her face-to-face with the owner of the local garage, who looks a great deal like the man who married her sister…800 years in the past. She’s determined to remain […]

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Book Review-This Is All I Ask

Book Review-This Is All I Ask

Posted August 24, 2010 by Loverofromance in Book Reviews / 0 Comments

This is all I ask by Lynn Kurland Published by Penguin on October 1st 2000 Genres: Favorites, Historical Romance, Medieval Era Pages: 432     From Lynn Kurland, the New York Times bestselling author of the Nine Kingdom series.Set near the Scottish border at a rugged castle on the edge of the sea, this is the story of a courageous lord who lost everything he held dear. Of a strong young woman willing to sacrifice everything for happiness. Two lost souls who find in each other a reason to live again, to laugh again, and to love for the first time… […]

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