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Rosanne E. Lortz

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Rosanne E. Lortz ("Rose") is a writer, editor, teacher, history-lover, and mom to four boys. She loves to read, sing, draw, compose, write, and create. Education is one of her passions, particularly a classical, liberal arts education. She has taught English composition and grammar, Latin, history, music, and various other subjects for fifteen years at both the elementary and secondary level and is currently a teacher and administrator at a classical Christian school.

Rose’s first book, I Serve: A Novel of the Black Prince, released in 2009. This book explores the tumultuous landscape surrounding the Hundred Years’ War and the Black Death and is a tale of arms, of death, of love, and of honor. In 2015, Rose began her Pevensey mysteries, nove
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REVIEW of To Win Her Hand (A Gentleman’s Match #1) by Jen Geigle Johnson (BLOG TOUR)

Publication Date: December 15, 2022

Jen Geigle Johnson is an award-winning author, including the GOLD in Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Awards and LDSPMA Praiseworthy’s top award for Romance,

Jen has more stories circulating in her brain than can possibly be told. She discovered her passion for England while kayaking on the Thames near London as a young teenager. History is her main jam. Her liter

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Published on March 04, 2023 04:59
Average rating: 3.91 · 1,073 ratings · 281 reviews · 11 distinct worksSimilar authors
I Serve: A Novel of the Bla...

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A Duel for Christmas (Peven...

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To Wed an Heiress (Pevensey...

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The Duke's Last Hunt (Peven...

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Road from the West

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The Lady in the Moneylender's Parlour by Rosanne E. Lortz
"“The Lady In The Moneylender’s Parlour (Allen Abbey Romances Book 2)” By Rosanna E Lortz Is A Tale Of One Captain William Allen … A Disfigured Officer Returned From The War Against Napoleon… Who Having Encountered The Charming .. Margaret Blackburn…." Read more of this review »
The Lady in the Moneylender's Parlour by Rosanne E. Lortz
"This is a cute story. It is somewhat predictable with a couple of fun twists thrown in. If you like historical romances, you will enjoy this one! Clean, well written, and engaging"
The Lady in the Moneylender's Parlour by Rosanne E. Lortz
"This was a fun book! I had to read it in little time slots here and there, and found my mind wandering back to it and wondering what would happen next.

A sweet, clean, regency romance!"
The Lady in the Moneylender's Parlour by Rosanne E. Lortz
"I enjoyed this sweet, friends-to-more Regency romance. I loved both the heroine and the hero. I loved Margaret's determination to help bring attention to the injustices she saw in the world. William was immediately sympathetic to me too. His military" Read more of this review »
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It’s not easy finding someone to marry, especially if you don’t understand the nuances of conversing with the opposite sex. In To Win Her Hand, we meet Lord Featherstone, a gentlemen with address and aplomb who helps other gentlemen have address and ...more
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" Ralph and Helena's story is halfway written...I'm hoping to get back to it this year! ...more "
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When the landed gentry family the Plummers fall into insolvency, the only recourse is to sell their opulent home and retreat into a smaller property next door. Unfortunately, the wealthy Fletcher family who has purchased the home is severely tainted ...more
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L Dear Rosanne,
Thank you for acepting my friendship request here on Goodreads! I am delighted to have won a copy of "Castles, Customs and Kings" and i look forward to discovering more of your work.
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Lucinda x


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