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Another year is in the books…literally! Last year I read a total of 109 books. 91 of these were new books; 2 were books I beta-read (they’ll be out this year); 16 were rereads (including my own books for editing/formatting purposes).
As always, the overall winner is the Romance genre (no surprise there). But I added 10 books that weren’t in my normal genre. I’ve picked my TOP 10 for 2018, as well as 20 Honorable Mentions. Continue reading
Awesome Book Alert!!!
This book was so much fun. It’s the second stand-alone book in this series, and let me tell you…this author writes great stories in this trope. So swoony. So funny. So perfect.
Here’s the blurb:
After pop star Ryan De Luna praises Maisy Harrison’s YouTube cover of his classic hit, he offers Maisy and her fledgling band the opportunity of a lifetime: to be his opening act.
Music may be Maisy’s life, but she has one ground rule: never date a musician. That goes double for a heartbreaker like Ryan. If only she didn’t feel so vulnerable to his larger-than-life charm. Continue reading
Thought I’d throw out some first line fun today. I love reading, but I always savor first lines in a book. It sets the mood and gets me excited (or not).
See how good you can guess for the following three sets of books which first line matches which book. I’ll put up five at a time. GO!!! Continue reading
To end the month and welcome summer, I thought I’d review a bunch of my favorites I’ve been reading from March to beginning of May. These books range from Regency to contemporary to paranormal even. Enjoy!
This Regency romance features a spunky, organized, and very strong heroine. Katherine is determined to see her step-sister wed before her 21st birthday so she doesn’t lose her inheritance to her evil cousin. She sets out on a mission to entrap the perfect husband for Constance in the form of Alex Wescott, Viscount Borin. But Alex is on his own mission to prove to the Foreign office that he is capable of being a spy. When he discovers a tail as he walks through London, he follows the kid back home to solve the mystery of who is having him followed and why. Continue reading
I hope you have enjoyed the Romance is in the Air Promotion! There are $500 in Giveaways as part of this event. Be sure you have entered all 17 giveaways! Continue reading
Here’s our 2nd author in the Romance is in the Air $100 GIVEAWAY. Rachelle Christensen is the featured author today.
As the head librarian of the Echo Ridge Library, Britta Klein thrives on order and categorization. Unfortunately, the old church-turned-library is in desperate need of a renovation. The Harvest Hurrah fundraiser seems to be the answer, but plans Continue reading
The first featured author in the Romance is in the Air $100 GIVEAWAY is Taylor Dean. She’s one of my favs. I love ALL her books. And she has a FREE book right now! A powerful one you don’t want to miss out on. So read on to claim that…
Are you ready to participate in a fun GIVEAWAY? It starts tomorrow, and will feature several great authors of clean romance and give you lots of ways to enter your name into the rafflecopter drawing during this month of love.
– Romance is in the Air –
A Month-Long Celebration of Clean Romance
– February 2018 – Continue reading
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’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