The Return of the King’s Ranger by Angela K. Couch This is the emotional conclusion of Angela Couch’s Hearts at War Series, one which definitely had me crying happy tears at the end. I’ve never seen a series wrapped up so well and so honestly. Post American Revolution culture didn’t immediately let bygones be bygones.… Continue reading The Return of the King’s Ranger by Angela K. Couch
The Tory’s Daughter by Angela K. Couch If you love a marriage of convenience stories set in the background of war, you will love the emotional tension of this story. I’m a huge American Revolution fan purely for the complexities that come from families and neighbors whose loyalties are divided. Angela does a great job… Continue reading The Tory’s Daughter by Angela K. Couch
Okay, okay, I know. It’s been almost a month since I posted anything. But guys! I have two boys and totally underestimated (again) how little I get done when they are home for the summer. So I am going to kick July 1st off with a bang! Don’t roll your eyes at me! I… Continue reading Independence Day Jokes
The Patriot and the Loyalist by Angela Couch
In a time when loyalties are questioned, rebellion to the Crown punished, and families divided, can love be true? Or is love just a deceptive weapon used by the enemy?
Sometimes as readers and writers, it is interesting and even helpful to hear from other published authors. Yesterday, you were able to read my review for Angela’s newest release, out this week, The Scarlet Coat. Today, Angela has graciously agreed to join my blog for an interview. Once you have enjoyed the post, please… Continue reading Writing Wednesday: Author Interview – Angela K. Couch
The Scarlet Coat by Angela K. Couch SQUEE!!!! I just finished reading Angela’s latest and I have to shout, I LOVED IT!!!!! SQUEE!!! (Imagine Crystal dancing in circles with the book clutched to her chest.) If you made it past all my squealing, then it will come as no surprise that The Scarlet… Continue reading Terrific Book Tuesday: The Scarlet Coat by Angela Couch
This was the first novel I have read by Angela Couch. It was an enjoyable romance and a quick read. Elizabeth is under the impression that Axel’s father stole money from her father’s business and was the source of the complete ruination of her family and future. All blame lays squarely on his shoulders.… Continue reading Terrific Book Tuesday: Mail-Order Revenge