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Reconstructing Jackson

Aug 27, 2015 by Fran

Loved this book! The love between Reed & Belle was inspiring- especially as the hero was not your average romance book strapping young man but a disabled Civil war survivor. I felt his frustration and helplessness trying to defend his family from evil and violence. Great historical romance!


all Crawford books

Aug 22, 2015 by Dorothy Whitaker

I love. The Crawford series & look forward to many more.


Charming the Duke

Aug 22, 2015 by Jennifer McPherson

I just finished Charming the Duke and absolutely adored it! I was reading as I traveled with my husband and made him very curious with my chortles of laughter. I cannot wait to read more of you books!


Cross the Ocean

Jul 17, 2015 by Lorel Paquet

I really loved this book! It was a great window into two very different worlds: The English world of strangulating rules seen to be necessary and the ever changing world of a horse ranch in the States. Even with an abundance of money affording a lifetime of leisure, in Blake\'s society people felt shackled by the clear cut rules. Not obeying these societal regulations, came with shunning, gossip, loss of business, and certainly less opportunities for good marriage prospects for yourself or your children.

In comparison, the American way of life, seemed incredibly free. Less frills and sometimes protective rules, could though put people in life threatening situations. With change and quick problem solving needed, life often lacked the dependable regularity of life in England. This forced character growth. That is not to say, that living in the West meant there was no code of conduct expected. Uncle Fred certainly personifies this. Anthony and Elizabeth show glimpse of riding the fine line between abiding by accepted rules and being true to one\'s heart.

I really enjoyed watching so many of the characters blossom and grow into an authentic solid version of themselves. If they were honest and true, happiness should follow. This motto would apply in either society. It is the common thread binding all of them in their humanity.


Contract to Wed

Jun 02, 2015 by Helen Bush

I just finished reading Contract to Wed for the second time. I enjoyed it just as much the second time as the first! Can't wait for The Maid's Quarters.


Charming the Duke

May 18, 2015 by Cynthia Miller

Just finished Charming the Duke, fabulous absolutely fabulous. I enjoyed the humor and romance. Can't wait to read more of your stories.


May 16, 2015 by Patsy bates

The story of Thornsby and Mathilda was charming...thanks


Charming the Duke

May 14, 2015 by Carol Zehner

I really enjoyed your book . Was quite different from of the books I have read. Am looking forward to getting more of your stories. Thanks for the entertainment . I am sure I will enjoy all of them.


charming the duke

May 12, 2015 by Donna Foster

I loved this book ! It was funny and lovely.keep them coming!!


Keeps getting better!

Feb 21, 2015 by G. Clark

I have read all of your books, and loved them all. I was skeptical that
Jolene could in any way bet rehabbed to be sympathetic or admired. You proved me wrong. The depths of will and spirit of the Crawford girls is unbelievable with a mother such as theirs. I cannot wait for Jennifer's story and how Jillians and Melindas are not far behind. Max is a dream! Great story.


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