I’m cutting into the 12 Days of Clean Romance Giveaway to be part of another blog tour today. You can follow along with today’s clean romance author at this link HERE. I’m excited to share with you my thoughts about A Gentleman’s Deception today. There’s a giveaway at the end of this post, so don’t forget to enter for a chance to win a copy of this delicious romance as well as some Amazon Cash! Here’s the blurb:
Renowned actress Ruby Chadwick, The Darling of Drury Lane, has long planned and prepared for her final performance. With exceptional beauty comes the unwanted attention of men, and after years of fending off odious suitors, Ruby is ready to leave it all behind in favor of a quiet life. The first step is to reclaim a piece of her past: her true identity as Lavinia Fernley. But leaving town unnoticed proves impossible, and in one desperate moment, she embarks on the greatest act of her life when she throws herself into the arms of a stranger to avoid recognition. Continue reading
Are you enjoying your Thanksgiving holiday? I’ve truly loved mine. Thanksgiving is my favorite time of year. I love hanging out with family, eating delicious foods and desserts, playing games, and of course, reading. My latest read is Love & Loss at Whitmore Manor by Anita Stansfield. It’s a Regency period romance that pulled my heart all over like taffy. Continue reading
Today I have a super thrilling medieval romance to review. For Castle and Crown by Sian Ann Bessey. Here’s the blurb:
After years spent fighting alongside King Richard in the crusades, Lord Edmund of Hawksford is finally returning to his ancestral home. But far from a joyful reunion, what awaits him is devastation. His elder brother is dead, killed in a tragic fire at Hawksford Castle—and the title of duke now falls to Edmund.
When he strives to rebuild the fire-scarred castle, Edmund learns that his was not the only life the fire shattered: his childhood friend Lady Phillipa survived the flames that took Edmund’s brother, but badly burned, she has hidden herself away from those she loves. Yet as the pair renews their acquaintance, they find that their affection runs deep—perhaps even deeper than they’d ever realized. Continue reading
I know it’s still October, but this book I just read held a collection of Christmas novellas set in England during the Regency period, and now I’m ready to turn on Christmas music and maybe decorate early. Only my laziness will stop me.
Christmas Grace is a collection by four well-known authors: Jennifer Moore (I’ve read a ton of her books), Anita Stansfield (same), Krista Lynne Jensen, and Chalon Linton. Continue reading
Want to win some prizes? I’m giving away 20 PRIZES in my FALL GIVEAWAY to celebrate the release of Game Changer, the kickoff for my Ruled Out Romances set.
What can you win?
Lots of Goodies & Treats
- 1 – $25 Amazon cash
- 2 – $10 Amazon cash
- 3 – $5 Amazon cash
- 2 – Paperback books (by other authors; you must live in continental USA)
- 2 – eBook sets – Bending Willow Trilogy
- 5 – eBooks – Between Hope & the Highway
- 5 – eBooks – Game Changer
I am thrilled to introduce you to Sarah Eden’s newest book, For Love or Honor. Reading books is my great love, and for the most part, I am happy with most books I read. But every month or so a book will stand out above the others, and I tend to gush about it more than usual. This is one of those books. Here’s the blurb: Continue reading
Time for another book review. This new one my Jennifer Moore is set in the Scottish Highlands in the 1800’s. She has written lots of historical romances set in different parts of the British Empire, and I’ve read a lot of her books and always like them. Here’s the blurb for Miss Leslie’s Secret: Continue reading