Tag Archives: historical fiction

Book Review: Maud’s Line by Margaret Verble

This book takes place is the 1920’s in Oklahoma. Maud is the main character, she is mixed white and Cherokee. Her mother had passed away from a snake bite when she was younger, so she only lives with her father, Mustard, and her brother, Lovely.  The book follows Maud’s family and romantic life. It is…

Book Review: Bride of a Distant Isle

When I saw there was another Sandra Byrd novel, I stopped all I was doing at the moment and purchased it. Her last novel, Mist of Midnight, was perhaps one of my favorite reads. This one did not disappoint me! Annabel is a strong English woman who had a mother who went to an insane…

Book Review: Mist of Midnight

Lately, I have been on a thriller kick. I decided that instead of a crime mystery I would try something else. This book did not disappoint, and it even satisfied the thriller kick I’ve been on, but with a refreshing twist on thrillers. I found myself engrossed in this book from the very beginning. The…

Book Review: The Kommandant’s Girl

I just started reading this book on Friday, and despite being busy and not having much time, I stayed up late (which I never, ever do), came home early instead of going out with friends (also a rare occurance), and read all day today instead of watching TV like my normal Sunday activity. Needless to…