Posts Tagged ‘Karen Ranney’
Liviania’s review of A Scandalous Scot by Karen Ranney Historical romance published by Avon 26 June 12 I have a weakness for books with plaid on the cover and the words Scot, Scotsman, or Scottish in the title. I know I am not the only one, as there are an abundance of these books. I [...]
This just in… Karen Ranny‘s closet is overflowing with books. What a problem to have, right? But enough is enough and Karen is ready to clean out that closet full of books and dole them out to readers.
Lawson’s review of Sold to a Laird by Karen Ranney Historical Romance released by Avon 24 Nov 09 I haven’t read any of Karen Ranney’s books, but I had this one in my TBR box and thought I’d give it a try. It was definitely different than I’d expected and this is something that happens [...]
Sandy M’s review of A Scotsman in Love by Karen Ranney Historical Romance published by Avon 28 Apr 09 I’d been looking forward to reading this book since we talked to Ms. Ranney here at the blog a few weeks ago. Then even more so once I heard from a friend who loved the book. [...]
It’s that time again — winners from our Duck Chat with Karen Ranney! I want to thank Karen for a terrific day with us during the chat.
Welcome back to Duck Chat! Karen Ranney is here to talk about her latest book, A Scotsman in Love. It’s a special book for her and she’d like to share both the story and the writing of this project of love. Be sure to leave a comment. Karen has some great prizes for a couple [...]
grumpy was ever so nice to ask at the Avon Board for info on this book… And Karen Ranney was every so nice to answer: Well, since you asked, here’s the “stuff” about Autumn in Scotland: Setting: Scotland, 1833 Charlotte MacKinnon is an English heiress who knew she had to wed, and agrees to marry [...]