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Historical Romance: A Warrior's Heart By Sydney Lawrence
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Historical Romance: Lady Madelyn Holsinworth had been the most beautiful woman in all of England-until her husband disappeared without a trace. Her beauty faded overnight as quickly as her... More > bridegroom. At least, that was what legend said. And now, the notorious Horace the Horrible was being dispatched by the King to guard her castle and lands. Yet from the moment Horace arrives, an uneasy suspicion forms that the humble Lady Madelyn is not the woman she appears to be. Just how many secrets can one lady possess? Lady Madelyn Holsinworth has never relied on a man in her life before and has no intentions of letting one overgrown knight take over her castle. However, Madelyn quickly learns not to underestimate this particular knight whose wits are almost as upsetting as his kisses!< Less
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Historical Romance: Lady Madelyn Holsinworth had been the most beautiful woman in all of England-until her husband disappeared without a trace. Her beauty faded overnight as quickly as her... More > bridegroom. At least, that was what legend said. And now, the notorious Horace the Horrible was being dispatched by the King to guard her castle and lands. Yet from the moment Horace arrives, an uneasy suspicion forms that the humble Lady Madelyn is not the woman she appears to be. Just how many secrets can one lady possess? Lady Madelyn Holsinworth has never relied on a man in her life before and has no intentions of letting one overgrown knight take over her castle. However, Madelyn quickly learns not to underestimate this particular knight whose wits are almost as upsetting as his kisses!< Less
Historical Romance: A Warrior's Heart By Sydney Lawrence
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Historical Romance: Lady Madelyn Holsinworth had been the most beautiful woman in all of England-until her husband disappeared without a trace. Her beauty faded overnight as quickly as her... More > bridegroom. At least, that was what legend said. And now, the notorious Horace the Horrible was being dispatched by the King to guard her castle and lands. Yet from the moment Horace arrives, an uneasy suspicion forms that the humble Lady Madelyn is not the woman she appears to be. Just how many secrets can one lady possess Lady Madelyn Holsinworth has never relied on a man in her life before and has no intentions of letting one overgrown knight take over her castle. However, Madelyn quickly learns not to underestimate this particular knight whose wits are almost as upsetting as his kisses!< Less
Ivanhoe a Romance: Classic Historical Fiction By Sir Walter Scott
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In Ivanhoe, Scott skillfully undermines the alienating characteristics of the medieval gothic while taking advantage of its familiarity to and popularity with nineteenth-century audiences. Although... More > containing elements reminiscent of the earlier gothic, such as the corruption and intrigue of religious orders, the madness of Ulrica and the burning alive of Front-de-Beouf in his castle, it also pokes fun at some of the wilder elements of this genre: the resurrected phantom of Athelstane, for instance, turns out to be quite alive and in search of a decent meal. Scott is clear in his rejection of supernatural devices, and rather than the scenes of emotional breakdown and overwhelming passion common in earlier gothics, his characters by and large behave with the rationality and self-control that would have been regarded as admirable by the author’s contemporaries. Throughout the story, Scott attempts to have his characters behave as modernly as they could without ahistoricism.< Less
The Blithedale Romance By Nathaniel Hawthorne
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The Blithedale Romance (1852) is Nathaniel Hawthorne's third major romance. In Hawthorne (1879), Henry James called it "the lightest, the brightest, the liveliest" of Hawthorne's... More > "unhumorous fictions." The novel takes place in the utopian community of Blithedale, presumably in the mid-1800s. The main character, Miles Coverdale, embarks on a quest for the betterment of the world through the agrarian lifestyle and community of the Blithedale Farm.< Less
The Blithedale Romance By Nathaniel Hawthorne
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The Blithedale Romance is Nathaniel Hawthorne's third major romance. In Hawthorne (1879), Henry James called it "the lightest, the brightest, the liveliest" of Hawthorne's "unhumorous... More > fictions." The Blithedale Romance is the third of the major novels of Nathaniel Hawthorne. Much of the action of the novel is set at Blithedale, a utopian socialist community that is founded upon anti-capitalist ideals, yet is destroyed by the self-interested behavior of its members. The novel takes place in the utopian community of Blithedale, presumably in the mid-1800s. The main character, Miles Coverdale, embarks on a quest for betterment of the world through the agrarian lifestyle and community of the Blithedale Farm. The story begins with Coverdale's chat with a character named Old Moodie, who reappears throughout the story. The legend of the mysterious Veiled Lady is introduced; she is a popular clairvoyant who disappears unannounced from the social scene.< Less
The Blithedale Romance By Nathaniel Hawthorne
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The Blithedale Romance is Nathaniel Hawthorne's third major romance. In Hawthorne, Henry James called it "the lightest, the brightest, the liveliest" of Hawthorne's "unhumorous... More > fictions." The novel takes place in the utopian community of Blithedale, presumably in the mid-1800s. The main character, Miles Coverdale, embarks on a quest for betterment of the world through the agrarian lifestyle and community of the Blithedale Farm.< Less
Amelia E. Barr Historical Romances: A Rose of a Hundred Leaves By Amelia E. Barr
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A Rose of a Hundred Leaves by Amelia E. Barr is a vintage historical romance. The story revolves around a romance which is surrounded by the manners and dealings with the people related to you in the... More > period which was mostly guided by values. The story of Aspatria begins is a fairy tale manner in the opening chapter of the book. She was glad to get out of the gray, wet, shivery atmosphere, and to come into the large hall, ruddy and glowing with fire and candle-light. Her brothers William and Brune sat at the table. Will was counting money; it stood in small gold and silver pillars before him. Brune was making fishing-flies. Both looked up at her entrance; they did not think words necessary for such a little maid. Yet both loved her; she was their only sister, and both gave her the respect to which she was entitled as co-heir with them of the Ambar estate.< Less
Amelia E. Barr Historical Romances: A Reconstructed Marriage By Amelia E. Barr
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A Reconstructed Marriage by Amelia E. Barr is a historic romance, revolving around the subject of marriage. The very opening scene of the novel prepares the readers to meet the people of a house... More > which is dominated by the authoritative mistress of the house. In the first scene, Mrs. Traquair Campbell’s actions and activities, and how she is obliged to perform her duties, for the mistress of the house reveal the very fact that status and the difference of stations is one of the major themes of the novel. The mother is highly authoritative and even with the daughter she deals in a very strict and formal manners. It presents the manners of the time when prosperity was the reason behind arrogance and authoritativeness.< Less
Amelia E. Barr Historical Romances: A Daughter of Fife By Amelia E. Barr
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A Daughter of Fife BY Amelia E. Barr is a historical romance. The story revolves around the main character daughter of Fife. On the shore of a little land-locked haven, into which the gulls and... More > terns bring tidings of the sea, stands the fishing hamlet of Pittenloch. It is in the "East Neuk o' Fife," that bit of old Scotland "fronted with a girdle of little towns," of which Pittenloch is one of the smallest and the most characteristic. Some of the cottages stand upon the sands, others are grouped in a steep glen, and a few surmount the lofty sea-washed rocks.< Less