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Amazing Herbs: Sage

To me, sage is something that takes me straight to Thanksgiving. Sage is a common ingredient in stuffing (or dressing, as some call it) that graces each table every holiday season. It is warm, earthy and adds a rich tone to whatever you add it to. However, sage is so much more than part of

She Owns The Knight & Bewitching The Knight by Diane Darcy

Bewitching the Knight: In Medieval Scotland, if she dresses, talks, and curses like a witch… Archaeologist Dr. Samantha Ryan has figured out where The Scottish Crown is hidden—an artifact that went missing over 750 years ago. Now she just needs to beat her lying, cheating competitor to the Highlands and find it first. When a

Shadows on a Throne by Juliet Dymoke

(affiliate links included) Macbeth’s star is ascending. Successful in battle, ennobled by King Duncan and loved by his fellow thanes and lords, he has every reward he could want – including his longed-for wife Giorsal, the beautiful Lady Macbeth. So what madness makes him long to offer her a crown, to contemplate the unthinkable, to

Ghosts of Culloden Moor Series by L.L. Muir

Soncerae is a Muir Witch with impressive power. But is she strong enough to save the souls of 79 young warriors who cannot escape the moors of Culloden? She tempts them with the revenge they seek but hopes she can prove to them that a heart’s desire can mean so much more. (excerpt from the

My Lady Viper by E. Knight

First off, I must admit that I have the weirdest…passion? obsession? for all things Tudor. That particular period of history is ironically probably one of the most well known by even an average person as Henry VIII was so larger than life of a person, his story transcends history and gets told and retold. I’ve