Aria

The Girl Who Dared to Dream

By Diney Costeloe - Published 2022

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Saga

This is a simple tale narrated chronologically, mainly from the point of view of one principal character. No literary tricks, but beautifully crafted. ...Read Review

Beyond a Broken Sky

By Suzanne Fortin - Published 2022

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Saga

Beyond a Broken Sky is a dual-narrative novel in which a woman in a later time stream researches the life of a woman ...Read Review

A Very Modern Marriage (The Ladies of Carson Street)

By Rachel Brimble - Published 2022

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On the occasion of Nancy’s wedding, Octavia and Louisa are discussing the future of their brothel on Carson Street.  Meanwhile at his ...Read Review

The Woman with the Map

By Jan Casey - Published 2022

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There are many tricks one can play with dual narratives. In The Woman with the Map we have the same character in both ...Read Review

The Belladonna Maze

By Sinead Crowley - Published 2022

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Gothic horror meets modern romance. The historic stream of this dual-narrative novel (actually, there is a short third stream towards the end) is ...Read Review

Before the Dawn

By Emma Pass - Published 2022

Genres:

Saga

WW2 launched a huge movement of people, particularly young men of marriageable age, between countries and between continents.  The multitudes of romantic encounters ...Read Review

The Time Between Us

By Marina McCarron - Published 2022

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How many romantic novels set in Occupied France in WW2 can the market take?  They seem to cascade off the press.  As usual, ...Read Review

All That We Have Lost

By Suzanne Fortin - Published 2022

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It is 2019, and after her husband’s death Imogen Wren decides to follow their joint dream and move to France, against the advice ...Read Review

The Rose Villa

By Leah Fleming - Published 2022

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The Rose Villa is a gorgeous read, a historical romance spanning the years between 1918 and 1944. The two protagonists, Kit and Flora, battle their ...Read Review

The Raven Banner

By Tim Hodkinson - Published 2020

Genres:

Adventure

This second book in Tim Hodkinson’s rip-roaring Viking adventure series, The Whale Road Chronicles, sees Einar plying his trade as a bard ...Read Review