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Stephanie Dray

Hamilton, Romance and Glamour of the Big City

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  This is where it all began. When I started writing the MacKenzies so many years ago, I fell in love with them not because of the heroes and heroines I created, but because of their love, devotion, and loyalty to each other as a family. But where did that love and devotion start? It started with two brothers—one a lawman and the other an outlaw—and the start of a new legacy that would endure for generations. Please write to [email protected] to win one of five copies. Visit the book website at:  http://www.1001darknights.com/liliana-hart-dawn-of-surrender/. We were blown away by reader response to NYT Bestselling AMERICA’S FIRST DAUGHTER–thank you! Now we’re back with MY DEAR HAMILTON–the untold story of Eliza, the wronged wife…

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Behind Every Great Man Is An Even Better…

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Hamilton: The Musical sparked a world-wide obsession with the story of Alexander Hamilton, his life, family, relationships, and death. Not only did Lin-Manuel Miranda, the creator and star of the musical, create some of the catchiest and memorable songs we’ve ever heard, but he brought the Founding Father to life in a way no one expected. Now, books on Hamilton are flying off the shelves, and it seems like new biographies are coming out every day. But historical fiction authors Stephanie Dray and Laura Kamoie are here to tell us why it’s Hamilton’s wife, Eliza Schuyler, that we should really be looking at. Wife, mother, sister, socialite, loyal revolutionary, vice-president and co-founder of an orphanage are just a few of the…

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If You Like Starz’ Outlander, You’ll Fall in Love with These 10 Books

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As a self-proclaimed Outlander junkie, I’m always on the lookout for different books that are just as romantic and compelling as my favorite series. Claire and Jamie are a force to be reckoned with, and it’s not easy to live up to that kind of love. Not to mention the historical details that Diana Gabaldon brings to the narrative, or her unique touches of fantasy and mystery. But over the years, I have found a few books that come close. Here they are, along with this guarantee: if you like Outlander, you’ll love these 10 books. Promise. Outlander Book Recommendations Into the Wilderness, Sara Donati (Delta, 2008) This is the first book in a series that Gabaldon herself recommends to readers — and…

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