Tag Archives: 1841

Week #11 of Medieval Monday: Cathy MacRae’s The Highlander’s Outlaw Bride

A strong woman who stands up for her family. A man who’s been robbed and betrayed by his own family. Can these two find happiness—and love—together? Today’s Medieval Monday feature is Cathy MacRae’s The Highlander’s Outlaw Bride. Blurb: Thrust into … Continue reading

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Week #10 of Medieval Monday: Bambi Lynn’s Camulus: Gods of the Highlands

Sometimes revenge can come at a high price. In Bambi Lynn’s Camulus: Gods of the Highlands, my Medieval Monday feature today, will revenge be worth taking the life of the one you love? Here’s a sneak peek:   BLURB: Camulus … Continue reading

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Week #9 of Medieval Monday: Mary Morgan’s Dragon Knights Medallion

A first kiss is always a fun scene to create. I’m sure this kiss in Mary Morgan’s Dragon Knight’s Medallion, this Medieval Monday feature, was pure bliss to write! Blurb: To right a wrong, two souls are brought together only … Continue reading

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Week #5 of Medieval Monday: Barbara Bettis’ The Heart of the Phoenix

Have you ever wondered what happened to your childhood love? If he came back into your life—what might happen? Evie’s playmate rejected her long ago, but in today’s Medieval Monday Spring feature, Barbara Bettis’ The Heart of the Phoenix, war … Continue reading

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So Who’s President When Tippecanoe Kicks the Bucket?

April 4 marks the anniversary of the death of William Henry Harrison in 1841, the first US president to die in office. The eight men preceding him averaged just under 58 years on their inauguration days, while Harrison clocked in … Continue reading

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