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Lyn Reviews Beth White’s The Pelican Bride & Giveaway — 15 Comments

  1. Heehee>< I kind of am a sucker for cowboys… I'm sure you'd write a great western:) I also read a fair bit of YA and whatever else strikes my fancy, but I guess it's that romanticized thing/stereotype -whatever you call it- about valiant midwesterners lol. Maybe it's the fact that they had to really band together, or rely on themselves, to survive? It's also interesting how they upheld the law as well. Anyway, since I read so many, your book will be a welcome diversion:)

  2. H there! Best wishes for the contest. Here’s hoping you’ll really enjoy the southern setting of Pelican Bride!

    Regards,
    Beth

  3. Hi, Jennifer! I am a HUGE Regency fan, too. Of course I’ve read all the Austen books, but my friend Sheri Cobb South does about as good a job as a modern author can do with the genre. You should check out her classic The Weaver Takes a Wife. You’ll love it!

    Regards,
    Beth

  4. Hi, Janis,

    Another western fan, I see. I may have to write one of those one day. Best wishes for the contest!

    Beth

  5. June! You found me! haha! I wondered if my Elizabeth White readers would figure out my little name-shift. Thanks for stopping by.

    Regards,
    Beth

  6. Sounds like an awesome book! I enjoy all historical time periods. I’ve enjoyed the books I’ve read by Beth White under the Elizabeth White name. Thanks for sharing this, Lyn!

  7. I really love western, war, and regency (or Jane Austen period) settings. I love your review and it makes me want to read the book right now lol:) Thank you for this giveaway opportunity!

  8. I like the Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice time period!
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  9. Hi there, Sonja! I have read a few European historicals that I really enjoyed. Samuel Shellabarger is one of my favorite authors, and I loved his Prince of Foxes. Best wishes for the contest—thanks for stopping by!

    Beth

  10. Hello, Paula! Thanks for stopping by. The blurb of Pelican Bride makes it sound like the setting is Louisiana—which is what the colony was called in 1704—but it’s present-day Mobile, Alabama. It was a really interesting period of history. Hope you’ll like the book!

    Beth

  11. Hi, Heidi! I’m a HUGE fan of westerns! I read Max Brand and Zane Grey as a teenager. Best wishes for the contest!

    Beth

  12. Hello Ladies, I have not read this author but this sounds like a wonderful story and did not know much about La. This period seems very interesting. thanks for sharing Lyn.

  13. Great review. It makes me want to read it right away! I am not sure that I have a favorite setting, although Europe holds a sweet spot for me, especially Poland, where lots of history was made.

  14. I’m looking forward to reading this one! Thanks for sharing your thoughts and the giveaway! My favorite historical romance setting is the old West- I think I’ve been influenced by reading my dad’s Louis L’Amour paperbacks as a teenager 🙂

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