Jill Hart is an avid reader and reviewer. In addition to Blogcritics, her reviews can be found on RadiantLit, The Suspense Zone and Trashionista.com. Her newest addition is a blog on PreciousMoms.com entitled Radiant Readers. Jill also runs a network of sites for Christian Work at Home Moms including CWAHM.com, CWAHD.com and CWAHMnetwork.com.
This fantastic follow-up to The Rossetti Letter finds Claire Donovan in London teaching history at Cambridge.
The book left me intrigued, thinking how the author saw Jesus' life and trying to meld those images with the knowledge and perceptions already held.
A story that will keep you turning the pages — and laughing the entire time.
There comes a time in the life of every girl when she's ready to make a change.
Mansell's novels are complex, full of story-lines that criss-cross, interconnect and zig-zag so that you never know quite what to expect. That's what makes them so delightful.
With her third novel, Jenoff still delivers strong writing and storylines for which she has become known.
The beauty of Venice and Italy comes through clearly in this beautiful illustration of life during the times of Napoleon.
"I write my books by hand with a Harley Davidson fountain pen and always have the TV on while I’m working."
One of Britain's most-loved contemporary authors makes her U.S. debut with quirky characters, a unique plot, and a great ending.
I was excited to find a book that went at Austen from a different approach and it didn't let me down.