Welcome guest blogger Angela Johnson! "The characters of Baxter Fernley and Briar Kensington formed from my struggle with grief. I was able to explore death with these characters."
Tag: regency romance
Review: All is Mary and Bright
When Andrew learns that Mary Hatcher is already engaged, he feels relief. At least there won’t be another flirt in his library. This relief is short-lived, though; unknowingly, Mary begins to win him over.
Review: Her Silent Knight
Sooner or later, we all learn what true love is like. The journey isn't easy, though. You make mistakes and later reflect on how silly you were--chasing an infatuation, thinking it would be your happily ever after!
Nine Ladies Dancing: Clinging to Youth
It’s frightening to grow up. Taking on responsibilities, leaving old habits behind, speaking of childhood in the past tense—it’s no wonder so many people take their time, whether or not they realize it. The world is a scary place, after all. I believe this message was the strongest theme for Nine Ladies Dancing, the fourth … Continue reading Nine Ladies Dancing: Clinging to Youth