Posts Tagged ‘Genevieve Graham’
I hope you’ll take a few minutes to read this excerpt, especially if you’ve yet to read Genevieve Graham. Her stories are full of heartache, courage, triumph, love, loss, romance, a little bit of the paranormal, and, yes, even loads of reality for those of you who have to have historical accuracy in their books. [...]
I love being an author, but I freely admit that one of the scariest things for me is sitting down to create and discovering you have no idea what you’re about to write about.
Sandy M’s review of Somewhere to Dream (McDonnells, Book 3) by Genevieve Graham Historical Romance published by Berkley 5 Nov 13 I was a little stunned when I discovered Genevieve Graham hadn’t thought about writing Adelaide’s story in this series. Though both sisters were so brutalized when we first meet them, it’s Adelaide who is the [...]
The last couple of years when I’ve chosen my top books of the year, I’ve had a difficult time naming my number one book. Well, this year it’s been much easier. Where I have difficulty is choosing one book over another in the same series by an author. So I made up my own rules!
Like Genevieve Graham, if you’re a Diana Gabaldon and a Jamie and Claire fan, you’re going to enjoy her MacDonnell family books, Under the Same Sky and Sound of the Heart. They have that rich, historical, and Scottish feel to them. The way of life of these characters is harsh and there are more times [...]
Sandy M’s review of Sound of the Heart by Genevieve Graham Historical Romance published by Berkley Trade 1 May 12 I had hopes for this book after finishing Genevieve Graham’s debut, Under the Same Sky, which I loved. Sometimes a new author has a difficult time maintaining such excellence after a first book. So you [...]
Sandy M’s review of Under the Same Sky by Genevieve Graham Historical Romance published by Berkley Trade 3 Jan 12 This book poses a huge dilemma for a reader. It’s one you can’t put down. It’s that good. But it’s also one that you have to put down. Just to exhale that breath you’ve been [...]