On Tour: The Shadow Network, by Deborah Swift @swiftstory @cathiedunn #WW2 #Thriller #HistoricalRomance #Review

March 5, 2024 Adriana Kraft 0

Betrayal, treachery, and courage against the odds BOOK INFORMATION Book Title: The Shadow Network Series: Secret Agent Series (but can be read as a stand-alone) Author: Deborah Swift Publication Date: 13th February 2024 Publisher: HQ Digital Page Length: 376 Genre: Historical Fiction / WW2 BLURB One woman must sacrifice everything to uncover the truth in […]

On Tour: The King’s Command, by Rosemary Hayes @HayesRosemary #BookReview #HistoricalFiction #Huguenots #LouisXIV #BlogTour #TheCoffeePotBookClub

October 5, 2023 Adriana Kraft 0

Book Information  Book Title: The King’s Command: For God or Country Author: Rosemary Hayes Publication Date: July 3rd, 2023 Publisher: Sharpe Books Page Length: 415 Genre: Historical Fiction Blurb: Sixteen-year-old Lidie Brunier has everything; looks, wealth, health and a charming suitor, but there are dark clouds on the horizon. Lidie and her family are committed […]

Recent Release: The Earl’s Awakening, by Joy Lynn Fielding #LGBTQ #GayRomance #Regency #Review #Giveaway

September 18, 2023 Adriana Kraft 0

RECENT RELEASE Book Title: The Earl’s Awakening Author: Joy Lynn Fielding Publisher: Extasy Books Cover Artist: Martine Jardin Release Date: September 8, 2023 Genre: Regency M/M romance Tropes: Rake/bad boy romance Themes: Learning to live, self-discovery. Heat Rating: 5 flames Length: 55 000 words/ 198 pages It is a standalone story and does not end […]

The Huguenot Chronicles, by Paul C. R. Monk @pcrmonk: Review and Reflections #Huguenot #HistoricalFiction #KU

February 4, 2023 Adriana Kraft 0

Both my husband and I have French Huguenot ancestors. Each of our mothers carried the original immigrant’s Huguenot surname, though anglicized. Not long after the 1685 revocation of the Edict of Nantes, his mother’s ancestor emigrated from Normandy, France, to the Northern Neck of Virginia. He arrived sometime between 1687 and 1693. It is thought […]