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Review: The Flowers of Penruddock by Ronnda Eileen Henry

  The Details: The Flowers of Penruddock by Ronnda Eileen Henry (also known as The Daughters of Penrudduck) Published: 2018 A collection of novellas Publisher: Independent Genre: Historical Fantasy/Romance Pages: 408 (note the paperback is 8x11) Available: ebook, paperback ❤ clean romance 😱 violence: minimal  The Book Blurb: (taken from Amazon) Selected as a Silver Medalist in the 2018 FAPA (Florida Authors and Publishers Association) President's Book Awards in the Romance Fiction category. The Flowers of Penruddock is a collection of romance stories set in a medieval-like historical fantasy world. Sweet. Emotionally unique with heroines ranging from young to older. “Can’t put it down … emotional ride … smooth and poetic … dramatically romantic … surprising twists … can’t get enough of this author” Seven novellas feature flower-named protagonists in various social positions, but each finds romance on a journey of obstacles. If you enjoy sweet romance, the kind of love that brings

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