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Mar 10, 2020
This new Historical Romance series is set in the 1800s. Each story has a mystery to solve and each book is family friendly. I have released a new book in this series, which takes place in 1839 in the United States.

Jun 15, 2019
Angel's Serenade is a Historical Romance with a mystery to solve. This story is set in 1836 in the United States.

Apr 01, 2019
An Award-winning Historical Romance touches the hearts of young and old alike.

Jan 07, 2019
One Last Dance by Linda Weaver Clarke will keep you guessing until the end of the book. It is a Historical Romance with a mystery to be solved. This story is set in 1835 in the United States.

Sep 08, 2018
Chivalry, Romance, and Adventure! Historical romance is about the adventure of living in a different time period. Sir Walter Scott was one of the first authors to popularize this genre in the early 19th-century when he wrote Ivanhoe.

Aug 04, 2018
The "Roaring Twenties" was a new decade of independent women, when they raised their hemlines and bobbed their hair. This new hairstyle brought about a lot of commotion. If a woman bobbed her hair, she was fired from her job.

Jul 31, 2018
The "Roaring Twenties" was a time of great change, when women raised their hemlines and bobbed their hair. It was a time of independence, courage, and adventure. In the 1920s, the new generation spoke a language their parents didn't understand.

Jul 29, 2018
The waves splashed gently upon the shore and the full moon shone brightly upon Bear Lake, making the water shimmer. A deep foreboding was in the air and the fawn, sipping from the lake, could sense it.

Jul 23, 2018
Scotland has the Lock Ness Monster and Bear Lake Valley has theirs. Do they really exist? This historical romance focuses on deep-rooted legends, a few mysterious events, and a tender love story.

Jul 16, 2018
In the history of the Rocky Mountains, there have been many bears that roamed the mountains and fields. Early settlers knew the temperament of these animals, and that it was not wise to sneak up on a bear and surprise him.

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