Georgie Blalock is an amateur historian and movie buff who loves combining her different passions through historical fiction, and a healthy dose of period piece films. When not writing, she can be found prowling the non-fiction history section of the library or the British film listings on Netflix.
Georgie Blalock recommends
The Girl in White Gloves (2020)
"Anyone who loves the glamour of classic movies will love The Girl in White Gloves. Kerri Maher transforms Grace Kelly from a legendary screen idol into a real and relatable woman. I was captivated by Grace's struggle for personal and professional acceptance, and her search for balance between ambition and family."
In Royal Service to the Queen (2021)
"Fans of The Crown will enjoy this poignant look behind the royal curtain, and will celebrate and mourn with Marian Crawford, tutor to the Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret, as she is forced to choose between sharing the lives of the girls she loves or creating a life and family of her own. It’s an emotional story of the struggle between duty to a sovereign and duty to one’s heart."
The Light of Luna Park (2021)
"The Light of Luna Park is a gripping story of one woman’s determination to save a premature baby and a daughter’s quest to discover the truth about her mother intertwined with the fascinating history of the incubator. It’s an emotional, and at times suspenseful novel about the strength of love and the importance of perseverance that will capture the reader’s heart."
A Bright Young Thing (2021)
"A Bright Young Thing is an intriguing novel of mystery, love, and survival in the glittering and backstabbing high society of 1930s England...Brianne Moore weaves a rich story of scheming socialites, dark family secrets, and a determined heroine that will captivate readers until the end."
Our Last Days in Barcelona (2022)
(Cuba Saga, book 5)
"A mesmerizing novel filled with anticipation, romance and surprises that will captivate readers until the end."
The Manhattan Girls (2022)
"Gill Paul's The Manhattan Girls brings to life four luminaries of the Jazz Age and the friendship that helped them wrestle their demons and achieve their dreams... It is a riveting novel about friendship's power to carry women through the grand highs and heartbreaking lows of 1920s New York."
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