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The Bloodless Boy by Robert J. Lloyd. Reviewed by This story is set in 1678 during the Reformation. I loved it. There are real people from the time side-by-side with fictional characters. You don't need to know the history as it is well explained (quite naturally, as part of the story). It is well researched and well written. I highly recommend it – particularly if you like historical fiction, but even if you normally don't: it can be read just as well as a darn good…

Would You Marry A Farmer? by Lorna Sixsmith. Review from This is a humorous look at the life of a farmer's wife, although there are some serious sections too on the history of farming relationships and the future of them. It will appeal to both women and men, farmers and non-farmers. It can act as a warning or as a catalyst for getting in touch with a matchmaker – you read it and decide!

Happy Release Day to Under My Skin by Laura Diamond! Join us in celebrating this new release from Swoon Romance! Enter the giveaway found at the end of the post. Happy Book Birthday, …

Born to Be Beautiful

Do you want to look and feel amazing during and after pregnancy? Are you worried about getting your figure back after the birth? In Born to be Beautiful, the author shares all the details of her pregnancy plan, explaining how you can have a healthy baby while maintaining the body you want.