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Reckless in Red by Rachael Miles

Reckless in Red by Rachael Miles

Panoramic Painting By Rachael Miles, Author of Reckless in Red Few entertainments excited nineteenth-century audiences more than a monumental painting of a historical scene. Monumental meant...
A Peek into Our Exclusive Diorama Ornament Artisan Craft Kit

A Peek into Our Exclusive Diorama Ornament Artisan Craft Kit

Handcrafted vignettes comprising carefully placed illustrations from days of yore invite those who gaze upon their vintage charm to step into a world of...
To Wed a Wild Scot by Anna Bradley

To Wed a Wild Scot by Anna Bradley

Walking Sticks: The Mark of a Proper Gentleman By Anna Bradley, Author of To Wed a Wild Scot The Regency era was, for the fortunate percentage...
Brunch Specialties from Swiss Woods Bed & Breakfast

Brunch Specialties from Swiss Woods Bed & Breakfast

Pumpkins, mums, and shocks of hay decorate storefronts—a welcoming reminder of the season—and historical buildings lend a timeless character to the community of Lititz,...

The Laird’s Vow by Heather Grothaus

Treasure, Scandal, and a Mystery  By Heather Grothaus, Author of The Laird’s Vow, The Sons of Scotland Series  As a historical romance author, I’m naturally fascinated by the past. I love most anything antiquated,...

Once a Spy by Mary Jo Putney

Waterloo By Mary Jo Putney, Author of Once a Spy History looks so tidy in hindsight. In 1815, Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte literally “met his Waterloo” in...