Thursday, June 19, 2014

Summer Reading for Ladies

Thursday, June 19, 2014
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Loretta reports:

Since my newest book, Vixen in Velvet, goes public on Tuesday, readers can expect to see quite a bit on historically related subjects (oh, and the book itself, too) here and on my website blog.

For today, we’ll simply time travel to July 1835, the time of my story, and into the pages of La Belle Assemblée, where I found this charming book review.  Would any of us be terribly surprised to find a review like this today?




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5 comments:

Lil said...

And the poor author doesn't even get named! Do you suppose that's a good thing or even more of an insult?

Jill Sardella said...

The perfect summer beach read!

Stephen Barker said...

Perhaps it was by anon.

Karen Anne said...

I've been meaning to find a Minerva Press book to read, and free associating on this post led me to looking. Here's a link to titles reprinted. Click on a book for purchasing info, including ebooks:

http://www.valancourtbooks.com/minerva-press.html

Maybe everyone who's been reading this blog for awhile knows this location already...

QNPoohBear said...

modern translation: "Chick lit" for summer reading and nothing more.

 
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