Throwback Thursday (76) Historical Romance Edition: Lily and the Major

Throwback Thursday is a new meme hosted by Buried Under Romance and Love
Saves The World, and since I just love Historical Romance I decided to
participate.

What Is Throwback Thursday? Traditionally, Throwback Thursday celebrates
nostalgia, asking participants to post a personal photo or image from
their past–usually from 5 to 10 years ago. There are a lot of book
blogs that also do a book related Throwback Thursday.

Here Are The Rules: 1. It must be posted on a Thursday. 2. It must be a
historical romance novel published before October 3, 2008


 

My Candidate For The Week

 

Lily and the MajorBack by popular demand: The first novel in the romantic Orphan Train trilogy, Lily and the Major–the beloved historical classic about a woman who must choose between her family and her one true love, by #1 New York Times bestselling author Linda Lael Miller.

In his arms, she discovered how tender–and how bold–true passion could be…

Lily Chalmers wanted only two things from life–a farm of her own, and to find the sisters she hadn’t seen since they were all little girls heading West on the orphan train. She certainly had no desire for a husband. Yet proud, innocent Lily had no idea what desire meant until she met Major Caleb Halliday, a man who could ignite her very being with a single touch…a glance…a whisper. Sheltered in his arms, Lily rode the crest of a wild, helpless passion. And though she struggled against her own willful heart, she knew she could never choose between the dazzling man who had claimed her love so completely, and her bold, long-cherished dream…

5 thoughts on “Throwback Thursday (76) Historical Romance Edition: Lily and the Major

  1. This sounds like a fun historical romance, I recently read a book with that plot of choosing between true love and your family and I think in general I like that trope, so I’ll check this one out. Thanks for sharing!

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    • oh really? she does fabulous ones…especially her older books. She doesn’t write historical’s any more…but she has written a ton of them. This trilogy was such fun to read.

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