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Do You Read Religious Books and Do You stick to Only One?

Do You Read Religious Books and Do You stick to Only One?

Do you read religious books or books on religion? Do you only read those pertaining to your faith or do you read them all? I read all genres. All books that can hold my attention is fair game. While my favorite is still fantasy and historical novels. I have been known to get wrapped up in romance, mystery, biographical, non-fiction, and yes, even religious genres. I have noticed on my online reading groups that there is a strong contingent of…

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The Final Sacrament by James Forrester

The Final Sacrament by James Forrester

Title: The Final Sacrament Author: James Forrester Paperback: 496 pages Publisher: Sourcebooks Landmark (October 22, 2013) Language: English ISBN-10: 1402272723 ISBN-13: 978-1402272721 ABOUT THE BOOK The Final Sacrament presents the gripping conclusion to this Elizabethan adventure, where religious tensions, political intrigue, and personal vendettas collide. 1566. William Harley, Clarenceux King of Arms, has risked his life to protect a secret document, which could endanger Queen Elizabeth’s place on the throne and plunge the country into civil war. But when his family goes missing,…

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The Roots of Betrayal by James Forrester

The Roots of Betrayal by James Forrester

The first half of this book with the background chapters on the pirates and all the running around that Clarenceaux was doing was a little cumbersome for me to wade though. I wanted to get to the meat of the plot already!

Book Review: The Kings Damsel by Kate Emerson

Book Review: The Kings Damsel by Kate Emerson

Title: The King’s Damsel Author: Kate Emerson Paperback: 368 pages Publisher: Gallery Books; Original edition (August 7, 2012) Language: English ISBN-10: 1451661495 ISBN-13: 978-1451661491 ABOUT THE BOOK The King’s Damsel is the story of Thomasine Lodge, maid of honor to Princess Mary Tudor, sent to the court of Mary’s father, Henry VIII, to spy on Henry’s new wife, the beautiful and deadly Anne Boleyn. Handmaid. Spy. Mistress. Anxious to secure his own success at the glittering court of Henry VIII,…

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Before Versailles by Karleen Koen

Before Versailles by Karleen Koen

I read this book on sunny afternoons during the summer with a tall glass of iced tea while I sat under the tree in the backyard. And once in a while, when the breeze blows I can almost imagine myself transported to Versaille as vividly described as it is in the book.

FREE e-book from Amazon – The Marriage Price

FREE e-book from Amazon – The Marriage Price

FREE today and tomorrow! You can download this short story from Amazon today and tomorrow for free! If you have been following The Taker series by Alma Katsu, you will enjoy this short snippet on one of the minor characters, Evangeline. She is the child bride of Jonathan and the story is written from her point of view. It’s an interesting look from this point of view, but I’m still whining about how short this short story is. I really…

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