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Member: ladyviking2u

CollectionsYour library (436), To read (14), All collections (435)

Reviews21 reviews

TagsHistorical Romance (273), Knights (92), Highlanders (48), Chick Lit (43), Vikings (40), Paranormal Romance (40), Pirates (34), Mystery (27), Regency (26), American West (18) — see all tags

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About meI love historial romances. The men in the stories are strong, handsome and all about the women they love. Reading books is a great way to relax.

About my libraryYou will find Vikings, Knights, Pirates, Highlanders and several other classifications of gorgeous male characters from the distant past. Plus you will find a few general fiction and other romance novels scattered about as well.

GroupsList Five Books Parlour Game, Romance - from historical to contemporary

Favorite authorsMarsha Canham, Johanna Lindsey, Connie Mason, Margaret Moore (Shared favorites)

Account typepublic, lifetime

URLs /profile/ladyviking2u (profile)
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Member sinceSep 28, 2008

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I really enjoyed the reviews that were written.I normally read urban fiction books but the review that was written about the A Knight's Honor makes me want to start reading it right now. From the review it has a lot in common with my urban fiction novels.Why does it seem like deceit,sex,and lies always make for a good story.I reaaly liked the reviews that were written it definitely makes me want to broaden my horizons and read one of Connie Mason's novels.
Your reviews are well written and quite interesting. Keep up the good work.
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