November Addiction: The Bragg Saga by Brenda Joyce

I’ve never opposed to reading books outside of my chosen genres.

Book covers that has one or two or all of the following rarely deter me: racy, heaving bossoms, ladies in flowing gowns and FABIO.
Ever since I’ve started blogging, I’ve been very selective of the reviews I’d put up here. Sometimes, depending on the publishing date, I’m very hesitant on posting reviews for books that some may consider no longer relevant. But then I realize, what was the point of blogging if I’m not going to talk about the books I’ve read and enjoyed?
This week, I’ve found an Historical Romance series that wasn’t even in my radar and would’ve normally not graze my shelves. These books are at least twenty some years old with the first book being published in 1988. Surprisingly enough, they’re fast reads. I’ve read the first four books in the last five days alone.  The first three books had some historical relevance: the war between the Indians and white men, Emancipation of slaves, the women’s civil rights. And though the fourth book was set in England, there isn’t anything historically significant that had happened.

So far, I’m enjoying this series. It has everything you’ve expect from Historicals. If you’re a fan, and have not heard of these books before, they’re definitely worth checking out.

Incidentally, these books are so old, Fabio is on the cover of book #6. Lol! 
Summaries:


ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Brenda Joyce is the bestselling author of fourty-one novels and five novellas. She has won many awards, and her debut novel, Innocent Fire, won a Best Western Romance award. She has also won the highly coveted Best Historical Romance award for Splendor and Two Lifetime Achievement Awards from Romantic Times BOOKreviews. There are over 14 million copies of her novels in print and she is published in over a dozen foreign countries.
A native New Yorker, she now lives in southern Arizona with her son, dogs, and her Arabian and half-Arabian reining horses. Brenda divides her time between her twin passions—writing powerful love stories and competing with her horses at regional and national levels.

  • I have long been a fan of Brenda Joyce. She writes ongoing sagas and yes her family histories are fabulous and a couple of them have left me thinking about them for years. The Bragg family especially.. there are so many stories left to be told