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Joanna Bourne
I write historical fiction set in Revolutionary and Napoleonic France and Regency England. It was a time of love and sacrifice, clashing ideals, and really cool clothing. I live in the Appalachian Mountains with my family and my dog and cat. show more

I write historical fiction set in Revolutionary and Napoleonic France and Regency England. It was a time of love and sacrifice, clashing ideals, and really cool clothing. I live in the Appalachian Mountains with my family and my dog and cat.
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Sam's Reading: A Work in Progress
Sam's Reading: A Work in Progress rated it 8 months ago
It's clear the currently reading shelf in my world. This was like a 3.75That...sounded bad. It's just that I mostly listened to the audio which was addicting for this book but I am terribly slow at. There's some aspects that just didn't work crazily well for me. We knew Annique so well, but I felt l...
Obsidian Black Plague
Obsidian Black Plague rated it 2 years ago
I can usually power through an anthology, but stopped reading this at 25 percent. The first story was boring beyond belief and then I skipped around and realized that none of the other stories looked interesting either. It didn't help that I had to keep going back to the intro in the book to look up...
Rashika, The Book Owl
Rashika, The Book Owl rated it 2 years ago
***This review has also been posted on The Social Potato All or Nothing by Rose LernerThis was easily my favorite short story in this anthology and not just because it had a Jewish character and a bi character. There is just something about Rose Lerner’s story-telling style that manages to sweep you...
Book-o-Craze
Book-o-Craze rated it 3 years ago
Originally posted on Book-o-Craze, on a book tour hosted by Tasty Book Tours.This was a very interesting and quite festive collection of Christmas novellas!What I deeply enjoyed about it, was the fact that all stories took place in the same period of time, specifically on Christmas of 1815! This is ...
Hopeless Romantic
Hopeless Romantic rated it 3 years ago
Anthology reads are my favorites. For a person who reads a lot these collections give a chance to try out new authors, read great stories and experience a variety of emotions and scenarios. The Last Chance Christmas Ball allows you to experience the glitz, glamour and anxious anticipation of the h...
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