Courtney Milan, The Suffragette Scandal. 2014. Kobo ebook.
Another excellent historical romance, this time set in the 1870s, from Courtney Milan. One of her best to date, I suspect.
Sarah McCarry, All Our Pretty Songs. St. Martin’s Griffin, 2013.
Read for inclusion in the column. Debut, lyrically written, very decent book.
Erika Johansen, The Queen of the Tearling. Bantam Press, 2014.
Read for inclusion in the column. I have conflicted feelings about this novel. On the one hand, I enjoyed the story, and the characters, and on the whole it cheered me up on a day where I was feeling rather gloomy about reading anything. But once I’d finished it, I realised the story took place in a very white, straight, cisgender world – and that made me sad all over again.