Caroline Wilson

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Born and raised in the beautiful upcountry of South Carolina, Caroline Wilson has been writing since she couldn't keep up with the stories in her head anymore. Her first full length novel was written out by hand at the age of 12. "Rebel Heart" is her first published novel. When she's not writing, she loves to read (of course!) and review for the Historical Novel Society, travel, hunt for antiques, and hang out in dark jazz bars. She still lives in South Carolina, along with her husband and four cats Amelia, Watson, Huckleberry (Huck), and Edgar, as well as an assortment of foster kittens.

Review Tuesday (Slightly Late)...and a Diatribe on Historical Romance

My apologies for being slightly late for "Review Tuesday". I blame the Labor Day holiday on Monday as yesterday did not feel like a Tuesday.

Today I'm reviewing "The Day of the Duchess" by Sarah MacLean. It is a historical romance. Some of you may be thinking, "Why is Caroline reading historical romances?" Well, here goes. For those of you have been long time readers, you probably already know t... Read more of this blog post »
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Average rating: 3.53 · 19 ratings · 6 reviews · 1 distinct work
Rebel Heart

3.53 avg rating — 19 ratings — published 2012
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Goodnight from London is the latest from Jennifer Robson, author of Moonlight Over Paris, Somewhere in France, and After the War Is Over. It’s the early days of World War II, and American journalist Ruby Sutton is seconded to London magazine Picture
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"Enemies of Versailles" is the last in Sally Christie's Versailles trilogy, and focuses on the last of Louis XV’s mistresses, Jeanne de Becu, Comtesse du Barry. Jeanne often gets a bad rap in history as she was a courtesan before becoming Louis’ Mait ...more
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