Andrea Connell

Tempted Tigress

By Jade Lee - Published 2007



This sixth book in Ms. Lee’s series of historical romances explores the Taoist sex cult of 19th-century China. Anna Thompson is an ...Read Review

The Well Of Shades

By Juliet Marillier - Published 2007


Historical Fantasy

When I finished The Well of Shades (which I assumed was the last book of the Bridei Chronicles), I thought to myself that ...Read Review

Gone With The Wind

By Margaret Mitchell - Published (c.1936)Published 1991 (UK)Published 2007 (US)



With this reissue of Gone with the Wind, I decided that it was time for me to finally read this Pulitzer Prize winning ...Read Review

To Dance with Kings

By Rosalind Laker - Published 2007



To Dance with Kings is a lengthy, absorbing, and richly detailed family saga that follows the lives and passions of four generations of ...Read Review

Dream When You’re Feeling Blue

By Elizabeth Berg - Published 2007



This warm, heartfelt home front novel tracks one American family in Chicago during the Second World War. As the story opens in 1943, Kitty ...Read Review

Blade of Fortriu

By Juliet Marillier - Published 2006


EpicHistorical Fantasy

Bridei has been King of Fortriu for five years, and his people have known great contentment. He decides it is now time for ...Read Review

Gone with the Windsors

By Laurie Graham - Published 2006


Biographical Fiction

Written in diary form covering the years 1932 to 1946, these entries document the life of the fictional, recently widowed Maybell Brumby, Baltimore heiress and ...Read Review

The Jade Bracelet

By Wilma Wall - Published 2006



Elsa Meier is a child of China. As the daughter of an American missionary and his wife in the 1930s, Elsa feels most ...Read Review

Plum Wine

By Angela Davis-Gardner - Published 2006


While teaching at a Tokyo school in the 1960s, Barbara Jefferson receives a bequest from her Japanese surrogate mother and mentor, Michiko Nakamoto. ...Read Review

The Expected One

By Kathleen McGowan - Published 2006


Described as an autobiographical religious thriller, this is the first book of a trilogy. It contains elements – religion, murder, conspiracy – which have been ...Read Review