It’s time to play catch-up with a bunch of great books I’ve read this month but haven’t posted about yet. Saving Marilee is about one of the 7 royal sisters of Dalthia. I’ve read several other stories in this set, and they are always unique and enjoyable. This one deals with abuse, and the author did a super good job with the sensitive topic. Continue reading
Today I’d like to introduce you to The Rebel Series by Linda Weaver Clarke, and give you a chance to win a FREE eBook from her.
These books have a mixture of romance and lots of adventure. Each book, set in the late 1700s, is a love story with mystery and suspense as a young couple and their rebel friends strive to help their country. The romance in this series can be enjoyed by young and old alike. For those who enjoy strong women characters, all three books have this theme in common. They are independent women who have an opinion and are not afraid to express it. The heroes in this series are rebels with a sense of justice. They are chivalrous and their feelings run deep for the young women they’re in love with. Continue reading
Winter time is a great time for a grand tour, don’t you think? It’s wet, icy, slushy, and gray…so it’s nice to escape, and this book was a sweet escape from the winter doldrums and into the European landscape of the mid-1800’s. Continue reading
Today, I’m adding to the 12 Days of Clean Romance (Day 11) to feature Heather Moore (who also writes under the name of H.B. Moore). She was scheduled for Day 9, but since I was scheduled to do her blog tour today for her newest book, Ruth, I swapped her out for today and will feature more of her books along with her newest biblical romance. Here is the blurb: Continue reading
Yea! Another release for Jennifer Peel, one of my favorite authors ever!!! This is a sequel to Trouble in Loveland, which I adored!!! Charlee is one of my favorite heroine’s of all time, so I was super excited to see another book starring her red heel awesomeness. Here’s the blurb:
Charlee Jensen-Carter has been looking forward to her first Christmas with her new husband, Ryan, and her adorable stepson for weeks. Not only is her dad tying the knot, but she’s looking forward to two weeks of no exes, no drama, and especially no trouble. At least that’s what she thinks.
First, she gets talked into wearing red hooker heels again. Next, she finds herself trying to save her dad’s wedding. And if that isn’t bad enough, more than one ex shows up, and she’s suddenly in the middle of more trouble than she ever bargained for. 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