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Megan Scott
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Blogger and book reviewer at Faery Tales Are Real
Blogger and book reviewer at Faery Tales Are Real

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Murder and Mayhem, O My!--"Murder at the Flamingo" by Rachel McMillan--Review
Murder and Mayhem, O My!   If you’ve been following my reviews for a while, you’ll know Murder at the Flamingo by Rachel McMillan is a little out of my reading comfort zone (as far as the time period and it being a murder mystery).  So I am pleasantly surpr...
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A Romeo and Juliet Story During the British Civil War--"Yours, Dorothy" by E.B. Wheeler--Review
Blurb : Based on a true love story from the British Civil War. Dorothy Osborne's family has sacrificed everything for King Charles of England, living in exile in France after the king's defeat by Parliament. Dorothy knows it is her duty to marry well and he...
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A Sweet Romace with Lots of History-"A Love Restored" by Kelly Goshorn-Review
Book Blurb: She was nothing like the woman he’d
envisioned for his bride, but he was everything she’d ever dreamed of—until a
promise from his past threatened their future.   Twenty-year old Ruth Ann Sutton
doesn’t measure up to society’s vision of a perfec...
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A Haunting and Evocative Dual-Timeline Romance--"Bellewether" by Susanna Kearsley--Review
Susanna Kearsley writes yet another lush saga in her newest novel Bellewether!  Ms. Kearsley has become an “auto buy” author for me ever since I discovered The Winter Sea a few years ago.  I love that these secular novels are fairly clean with such amazing ...
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Ms. Afshar paints a vivid picture of the Biblical time period!--"Thief of Corinth" by Tessa Afshar--Review
Beautiful.  Moving.  Fast paced. All the feels.  “The Thief of Corinth” by Tessa Afshar is all these things and more!  I took two courses specifically on 1 and 2 Corinthians in college, so my heart has a special place for these books of the Bible.  Paul is ...
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A Heartwarming Regency--"A Defense of Honor" by Kristi Ann Hunter--Review
Being a lover of Regencies, I somehow missed out on reading any books by Kristi Ann Hunter before now.  I've heard so many great things about her Hawthorne House series, that I was excited to be able to read and review A Defense of Honor, the start of her n...
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Mystery, Danger and Intrigue, O My!--A Rumored Fortune by Joanna Davidson Politano--Review
A Rumored Fortune is a masterpiece!  Joanna Davidson Politano’s debut novel, Lady Jayne Disappears, was on the list of my top ten fiction reads of 2017.  So I was a little worried that her next novel would not live up to her stunning debut.  As you can see,...
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The secret's out! This book is fantastic!--Miss Serena's Secret by Carolyn Miller--Review
It’s no secret that I love all things Regency and Jane Austen!  Ms. Miller writes stories that are Austen-esque with fabulous faith content and her own original twist.  So obviously I was ecstatic to be able to read and review Miss Serena’s Secret, her newe...
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A Brilliant Historical Fantasy Novel!--"Fawkes" by Nadine Brandes--Review
  Wow, this book deserves an award!  Nadine Brandes does an amazing job weaving fantasy and history in her new young adult book, Fawkes!  It can be enjoyed by guys, girls, and young adult and adult readers alike.  You need this book now! Fawkes has so many ...
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Christian Satire at its Best—"How to Be a Perfect Christian" by The Babylon Bee—Review
I've been following The Babylon Bee on Facebook for a couple of years and
was interested in what their book would be like.  They are a group that
puts out satirical articles poking fun at cultural Christianity.  For "How
to Be a Perfect Christian: Your Comp...
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