elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

2018-2019 Rainbow Awards: Best Lesbian Historical Romance

And the Rainbow Award goes to...

Edale Lane - Heart of Sherwood

Heart of Sherwood

"This fantastic, powerful, and awesome tale was a unexpectedly unconventional and unique twist on the classic Robin Hood stories."

"This book was a fun take on an old classic. It was loooong though (hahaha). I liked the way this author gave a twist to the story and the romance was sweet. It had a good flow and great world building."

T.T. Thomas - House of Bliss

House of Bliss

"House of Bliss is a beautifully written mystery in a setting so carefully and richly described that I felt like I was there! Highly recommend for anyone who would enjoy a complex relationship set within a complicated mystery, all against the backdrop of an historical era marked by both great scientific change and wealth, and the darkness of poverty and despair. Kudos!!"

Jane Alden - Jobyna’s Blues

Jobyna's Blues

"Sweet and poignant, a well-researched look at a part of American history that is too often left invisible. EXCELLENT sense of place and time."

K’Anne Meinel – Pioneering

Pioneering (Vetted Book 3)

In the epic sequel to Cavalcade we find out what happens to the Herriot’s once they arrive in Oregon and take up their claim.

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