Thursday Book Review: “Softness of the Lime”

We found the perfect book to curl up with this weekend. Softness of the Lime by Maxine Case, a new release from Penguin Random House South Africa, tells the story of Dutch slave owner, Geert, and his slave, Lena, set in the 1700s in the Cape Colony. This poignant, moving, important tale is perfect for readers who want to understand more about South Africa’s fraught history. Keep reading to see what reviewers think of this book.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Softness of the Lime””

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Thursday Book Review: “Falling Creatures”

This week’s featured book is a fantastic new release from Allison & Busby – Falling Creatures by Katherine Stansfield! This title has received rave reviews, and I’m excited to share a few with you. Keep reading to see what reviewers think of this supernatural mystery.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Falling Creatures””

Thursday Book Review: “Daughters of India”

Daughters of India by Jill McGivering is a wonderful new historical fiction title from Allison & Busby Books. This poignant tale looks at colonialism in India before and during World War II from the perspective of two women from very different backgrounds. Keep reading to see what reviewers think about this book!  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Daughters of India””

Thursday Book Review: “The Hidden Dance”

If you like historical romance, don’t miss The Hidden Dance, from Allison & Busby. In pre-World War II Europe, a woman flees a brutal marriage and boards the SS Etoile, planning to reach America and start a new life. Keep reading to see what reviewers think of this romantic, thrilling tale.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “The Hidden Dance””

#FridayReads: Take Me to the Shore

Happy weekend! This week’s #FridayReads are romance, mysteries, and thrillers to pack in your beach bag as you head to the shore.  Continue reading “#FridayReads: Take Me to the Shore”

Thursday Book Review: “Birthright”

This week’s featured book is a new mystery from Allison & Busby: Birthright by David Hingley. This fascinating historical fiction tale follows Mercia Blakewood from London’s bulging metropolis to the forests of Manhattan she will contend with murder, intrigue and lust, fighting for her future and her life as the town of New York is born. Keep reading to see what reviewers think of this book!  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Birthright””

#FridayReads: Historical Romance

This weekend, we’re traveling back in time with Historical Romance novels! Journey to World War II England, 1870s Wyoming, and more with these books.  Continue reading “#FridayReads: Historical Romance”

Thursday Book Review: “Brides of War”

This week’s featured book is a historical romance from Allison & Busby. Brides of War by June Tate follows two GI brides after World War II when they travel to America to begin a new life with their husbands. Keep reading to see what reviewers think of this book!  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Brides of War””

Thursday Book Review: “The Silk Tree”

One of our newest releases from Allison & Busby, The Silk Tree by Julian Stockwin is the first book in his new Moments of History series. This series consists of standalone novels which focus on turning points in history – this one, on how silk came to Constantinople. Keep reading to see what reviewers have said and to learn more about this fascinating historical fiction title!  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “The Silk Tree””