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This week's romantic moment is all about that kiss on Lucifer!
For this week's romantic moment, we look at the epic speech Lucifer gives Chloe that ends in a surprise kiss between the two partners!
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If you love young adult and King Arthur stories, then find out more about this time travel adventure book!
If you enjoy stories about King Arthur, strong female characters, or time travel, Enthroned is worth a read. It's a different twist on a classic legend.
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All 4 seasons of this fantastic period drama are now available to watch on Acorn TV!
Review of A Place to Call Home Season 4. This underrated and addicting period drama is now available to stream on Acorn TV.
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There are many amazing women from history who deserve a miniseries! Here are 5 of them...
This list looks at five amazing women from history that should have their own miniseries. From Alice Roosevelt to Ada Loves, these women changed history.
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My thoughts on the Star Wars film, Rogue One. What are everyone else's thoughts?
A review of the latest Star Wars film, Rogue One starring Felicity Jones & Diego Luna. This is an intelligent film with good characters & a memorable story.
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If you like fairytale retellings, then find out why you should read “Sun and Moon, Ice and Snow.”
If you enjoyed East or The Polar Bear King, you might love Sun and Moon, Ice and Snow. The source is the same, but the end result is something unique.
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If you love mystery thrillers, then check out the new period drama "Close to the Enemy" exclusively on Acorn TV. All episodes are available to stream.
Close to the Enemy (2016) – Acorn TV’s 1940s Scripted Drama. At the onset of the Cold War, a British officer works with a German scientist.
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Author Kristen Brand guest posts to talk about her novel "Ghost Machine." If you love Gothic romance stories like "Jane Eyre" or steampunk, then find out more!
Author Kristen Brand guest posts to talk about her new novel Ghost Machine, a gothic romance steampunk novel. Find out more about the book.
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Do you love K-Drama? Then check out our review of the new K-Drama "Hwarang"! You'll love this coming-of-age tale full of fun, romance, and plenty of hijinks!
K-drama Hwarang is full of bromance and fun! Check out this coming-of-age story loosely dressed up as a period drama that is sure to make you laugh.
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Looking for a funny and engaging period drama? Check out The Durrells starring Keeley Hawes!
A review of Masterpiece Theatres "The Durrells in Corfu." Stars Keeley Hawes, Jeremy Swift and Leslie Caron, and is based on the novel by Gerry Durrell.
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Victoria premiered on Masterpiece Theater last night! Make sure to tune into our weekly recaps of this fantastic new period drama!
Victoria Recap – Her Majesty, Queen Victoria. Recap of episode one of ITV's Victoria. A young Victoria ascends to the throne. Stars Jenna Coleman.
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Looking for a fun adventure novel? Read this excerpt from "Kitty Hawk and the Curse of the Yukon Gold." And then learn more about the book series and the author.
Author Iain Reading shares an excerpt from his book Kitty Hawk and the Curse of the Yukon Gold, a YA adventure series. Read to find out more...
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The Silver Petticoat Review is a hybrid online magazine with a vintage design that is a mix between a blog, an entertainment magazine and a literary/film journal. We discuss both classic and modern film, literature, theater, and television in a fun and fashionable way.

While we cover different categories, The Silver Petticoat Review specializes in stories with old-fashioned romance and/or old-fashioned storytelling at the center.

In all, we hope to not quite be high-brow or pretentious, as we like to have a bit of geeky fun, but we’re also not low brow. So think of us as something in-between.

If you love old-fashioned romance found in Jane Austen productions or other period dramas, well-written books and films without all the f-bombs and explicit sex scenes, witty comedy (Oscar Wilde is our friend), a paranormal love story where the leading man is immortal and gives smoldering stares like Mr. Darcy, or even old-fashioned romance of the sappy variety – like a Hallmark film, then join us in the discussion! We’re here to have fun and celebrate what we love. And hopefully, what you do too!

We want to bring back the joy we felt as kids when we read a good story. Because, for us, reading or watching a story that inspires us or moves us, is what good storytelling is all about. We hope to find those stories and share them with you so all of our lives can be a little bit brighter and happier.


On our site expect to find lists, romantic moments, reviews, videos, other musings & more!