THE OUTLANDER READER SAGA CONTINUES WITH THE BOOK SISTERS’ REVIEW OF A BREATH OF SNOW AND ASHES

THE OUTLANDER READER SAGA CONTINUES WITH THE BOOK SISTERS’ REVIEW OF A BREATH OF SNOW AND ASHES

I’m changing things up this week with a little Outlander action, which moves my love of historical romance from the Regency and Victorian era to Revolutionary War era America. To call A Breath of Snow and Ashes a romance is a generous statement, as you’ll quickly learn from this review, but given it’s inclusion in the Outlander series, which I consider to be one giant, multi-book romance saga, I think the classification is justified. (more…)

LOVING AN UNCOMPLICATED LOVE STORY

LOVING AN UNCOMPLICATED LOVE STORY

As I’ve mentioned before, I’m currently reading my way through the Outlander saga with True Stories & Make Believe blogger, the awesome Heather DLG. We just finished A Breath of Snow and Ashes, which turned out to be a mega-downer. Obviously, I’ll save our review for another post, but I mention it because it’s been the driving force behind my reading selections for the past week. A girl can only take so much Outlander turmoil before she starts to crave a good ol’ fashioned angst-free happy ending. This girl, in particular was in serious need of a feel-good romance. (more…)