Author Archives: Emily Annesley

Book Review! “An Elegant Façade” By Kristi Ann Hunter

Details: An Elegant Façade is book 2 in the Hawthorne House series by Kristi Ann Hunter. It is a regency romance novel with a strong faith base. What I Thought: I love this book so much! It’s just as compelling … Continue reading

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Book Review! “A Noble Masquerade” By Kristi Ann Hunter

Details: A Noble Masquerade is book 1 in the Hawthorne House series by Kristi Ann Hunter. It is a regency romance novel with a strong faith base. What I Thought: If I could give this book ten, I would. This … Continue reading

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The Letters of Sarah Norman: The Third Letter

Dearest, I’m sorry I haven’t written sooner, I’ve been trying to find a way to hide Fredrick from Mrs. Sheepshanks and her cat. There is a tiny knot-hole in the side of my writing desk, and I’ve been endeavoring to … Continue reading

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You Know You’re An Austen Fan When…

Every situation in your life can be boiled down to a quote from ‘Pride and Prejudice’, You know what the word ‘diverted’ means… And how to use it in a sentence, The voice in your head speaks with an English … Continue reading

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That Moment You Realize Your Book is in at the Library

Isn’t it just like Christmas in the middle of the year when you get the notification: the title you had on hold is available for pick up. Does anyone ever read the following dates and small print? I know I … Continue reading

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Romance Rides the Range By Colleen Reece

I came into this book with pretty high expectations, knowing something of the author, but unfortunately, it wasn’t my cup of tea. My Rating: Three stars

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Author Melanie Dickerson

Melanie Dickerson currently has four series out. She writes YA romance in historical settings, with a strong Christian current. The writing is well done, and smooth. But, these are romances, so young readers should opt for something else. That being … Continue reading

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The Letters of Sarah Norman: The Second Letter

Dearest, I was very sorry to miss a day writing to you, but truthfully, I was too busy.  Everything has been in uproar these last two days.  Mrs. Sheepshanks discovered my friend Fredrick, the mouse, and I only barely averted … Continue reading

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The Letters of Sarah Norman: The First Chronicled Letter

Darling, I miss you dreadfully.  This room is cold and still.  My only friend, a small mouse, is nibbling a few crumbs I put out for him.  Mrs. Sheepshanks is downstairs, moping sullenly.  She fought with the maid again last … Continue reading

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Introducing: The Letters of Sarah Norman

A collection of letters written to her fiancé in the west, the letters of Sarah Norman chronicle the somewhat dreary life of a young woman, and her friend, Fredrick, a mouse. I wrote the first letter as a sort of … Continue reading

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