Celebrating Historical Romances: "Into Deep Waters" by Kaje Harper

Spotlight on Historical Romances at Rainbow Gold Reviews!

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What is not to love about historical romances? I love historical romances.  I love men.  Historical romances featuring men?  You have a winning combination!  We celebrate historical romances because without having the past, you don’t learn in the present to have a better future.
Best of all! Kaje Harper’s “Into Deep Waters” is free! (B&N | Amazon | Smashwords | Goodreads)

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Blurb:

PHOTO DESCRIPTION: Two young men stand in the riveted steel doorway of a ship. The one inside the doorway is young and classically handsome, hatless, with wavy dark hair falling over his forehead. His eyes are narrowed against the sunlight and a small smile hovers on his lips as he braces himself in the doorframe. The man in front of him is younger still. His attractiveness is more the flush of youth and good health than perfection of features. He grins, squinting in the brightness, dressed in…

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Celebrating Historical Romances: "The Station" by Keira Andrew

Spotlight on Historical Romances at Rainbow Gold Reviews! Please note: All giveaways where you comment, please comment on the original posting. Thank you!

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Historical Romances are fascinating. They are more fascinating when they are historical romances involving two men.  In most locations and historical times, two men (or two women) could not be together publicly.  This day, we are celebrating stories about those times that paved the way so we may have the rights we do now.
Look at the end of the post for a Giveaway of a copy of “The Station” eBook!

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Blurb:

Ever since Cambridge-bound Colin Lancaster secretly watched stable master Patrick Callahan mastering the groundskeeper, he’s longed for Patrick to do the same to him. When Patrick is caught with his pants down and threatened with death, Colin speaks up in his defense, announcing that he, too, is guilty of “the love that dare not speak its name.” Soon they’re both condemned as convicts and shipped off to the faraway prison colony of Australia.

Patrick learned long ago that love is…

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