readers rejoice a new author to follow...
Ever find a diamond in the rough? What I found wasn't a diamond and is wasn't rough. It was book that seems to have not been discovered.
I found this author named Angie Troubador She has a three books out and all seem to be within a year or so. My heart went pit-a patter course when I found she had written an American historical romance ( ok- no secret here my Favorite genre) I was doubly rewarded for this one was a freebie.
Angie Troubador does a BANG up job. Lady Eloise and Fur Trader I believe is her first one. It has every element a good historical romance should have and than some.
She has a talent with description. My reader screen only gave me the first few words of her first paragraph. She did so well I finished it, in my mind, before I turned the page. In two sentences I knew I would be in love with the hero. Turning the pages the tale just got better and better.
Ms. Troubador also has way to carry you along as baits and teases the reader making us squirm in our chair rooting for the hero and heroine to discover – what all true Romance stories are about. She accomplishes this tastefully with style and grace.
I can only wish this author the best and may many readers discover her books.
Here's her bio:
Angie Troubador was raised on a farm in rural Michigan. She received her Bachelor's degree in history and relocated with her husband to the city. A history buff, she spends her free time exploring forts, battlefields, and ghost towns. She loves imaging how settlers lived and loved. In her youth, she was often accused of having a wild imagination and wandering mind. In writing, she found an outlet for her creativity.
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Angie will be a What'sThis the one minute to reader book blog soon so what for it...
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