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Day: December 8, 2016

Within the Veil by Brandy Vallance – A Romantic, Gothic Scottish Historical Novel

61SHARESShare on FacebookShare on TwitterSubscribeShare on PinterestShare on TumblrShare on Google+LinkedinWhatsappDiggRedditStumbleuponXingMailYummly Within the Veil Review Historical fiction isn’t a genre I read a great deal of. I don’t know exactly why, but when I find one that resonates, it’s kind of a big deal. Brandy’s novel Within the Veil is a complex, unique and interesting period read that has a sense of “wild” romanticism that’s hard to ignore. For gypsy Feya, assuming the care of three young children is difficult. Yet this is what Feya has been left to do in the wake of her mother’s death. Her father provides little to no assistance, forcing Feya to consider the unthinkable. For...

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Book Review: Camelot’s Blood -The Heartrending Romance of Agravain and Laurel

Share on FacebookShare on TwitterSubscribeShare on PinterestShare on TumblrShare on Google+LinkedinWhatsappDiggRedditStumbleuponXingMailYummly In Camelot’s Blood by Sarah Zettel, the final book in the Paths to Camelot series, we finally get to see Sir Agravain, the cold and sarcastic brother lose his heart to Lady Laurel. Sir Agravain is the least likable brother from the sons of Lot. However, in this novel he proves himself to be a true romantic hero. His wife Lady Laurel is a match for him in strength and brains. In this final installment, Lauren and Agravain must stop Morgaine and Mordred from taking over Goddodin and Camelot. With his wit and her magic, they are able to...

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