I’ve loved this series by Sally Britton. This latest book features Lord Neil, who has been a real scoundrel side character in the past books. He is cut off and cast out by his father, the Marquess, to be taught a lesson. As he wanders about, coming to the conclusion that he has not a friend in the world to turn to for relief or housing, he runs into widower Teresa and her mom and daughter, who put him up for the night in their barn.
When he realizes they are in dire need of manly help to do tasks they know nothing about, he offers to do those chores in exchange for lodging in the barn for the foreseeable future, when hopefully his father will relent and let him back into his inheritance.
In the process, the two come to know each other and the “magic” happens. It’s a romance, right?
This was a fun one. I absolutely love-love redemption stories, and this was a super good one, since the character comes sooooo far. I was intrigued to read Neil’s story, since I kind of hated him in earlier books. But his story is touching. A well done conclusion to this series. I highly recommend you grab a copy to read today (it’s free if you have Kindle Unlimited).
How are you doing during this unique time of social distancing? Are you finding it difficult to stay at home? We are definitely having to be exercise more creativity to do things differently than we’re used to. What has been your favorite/least favorite thing about this time?
One of my favorite things is all the awesome books that have come out. This latest book by Nichole Van made my heart so happy. I absolutely loved-loved this book. It’s even better than the first in the series. Continue reading
Here’s a new author I’ve just found and read a few of her books. M.A. Nichols. The first one in her Regency set is my favorite. Flame and Ember. But I’ve really enjoyed her whole set (I’m almost done with it. I have one more book to read). The characters all interrelate, but each book could be read stand-alone if needed, and you’d be fine.
So, without further adieu, I will get on with the review of her first three books.
Flame and Ember – Book 1
A most inconvenient marriage of convenience.
This book was amazing! It’s a Regency marriage of convenience story that evolves into love and a happy ending, of course (it’s romance!). But oh what a lovely heart-tugging ride to get there. Seriously, I couldn’t put this book down. It captivated me completely. Mina (Wilhelmina) is a 30ish-aged spinster who longs to live on her own and not be under her brother’s thumb (and his annoying bride who has usurped her authority in the house, although she’s 11 years younger). Continue reading
Here’s a new release by Jen Geigle Johnson that documents the suffrage movement in England during the 1800’s, with some romances woven into the plot. Yea! The publisher is hosting a rafflecopter giveaway, so check that out at the end of the post. And without further ado…let me tell you about this story.
Molly O’Malley, lady’s maid to the progressive Lady Amanda Halloway, is determined to continue the life’s work of her lost love, killed in the Peterloo Massacre. But when her efforts and a trip to Lady Halloway’s charitable orphanage culminate in her own abduction, Molly’s eyes are opened to the horrifying crimes transpiring in the city’s slums. Despite the risks, she broadens her mission and is drawn ever closer to the peril all around them. Continue reading
Here’s another Sarah M. Eden book to tug at your heart strings. I inhaled her newest release, The Heart of a Vicar, faster than A&W Rootbeer on a hot summer’s day. It didn’t disappoint. Read on and don’t forget to enter the giveaway at the end for a chance to win a paperback copy of this lovely book! Continue reading
Big smile as I write this post! 🙂 I love when a book surprises me. When I received this newest book in the mail–A Proper Scandal–I had already judged it (not necessarily by its cover–because that’s utterly gorgeous, but by its genre). I like Regency, but at times, the stories can be stuffy and sort of boring romances by today’s standards. But this one made my eyes blink more than normal, my jaw gape at times, and just overall shocked me, in the best of ways. Here’s the summary. Continue reading
I love when a book grabs hold of my heart real tight…and doesn’t let go. A Guarded heart by Heidi Kimball did that for me. Here’s the teaser:
Three years after a shocking scandal destroyed her family and forced her into isolation, Eleanor Hayward finally has an opportunity to put her painful history and dashed hopes behind her. But reentering society is no simple task. In her cousin’s glittering ballroom, Eleanor is stunned when she comes face-to-face with the man who broke her heart those years before. Continue reading
I am so excited to reveal this newest book by Rachael Anderson today. For the last month, I’ve had some scrumptious reading to keep me super satisfied. This book was amazing… and there’s a rafflecopter giveaway at the end of the post. So read on & enter for a chance to win. Here’s the blurb:
Abigail Nash leads a lonely existence. Her mother died giving birth to her, her father’s business dealings took him away more often than not, and her ailing great-aunt, unable to provide much in the way of companionship, was a lack-luster guardian at best. So when her dear friends offered to launch her into London society, it appeared Abby’s life was taking a turn for the better, with suitors and social engagements aplenty. When she marries a proclaimed darling of the ton, it seems she will at last settle into the life of her dreams. Continue reading
There have been so many good books released in the last month. Merry Christmas to me. 🙂 Here’s one that really tickled my fancy. Wager for a Wife by Karen Tuft. It’s a delightful Regency Romance with a unique twist and superbly done romantic heart-tugging and pulling that I couldn’t help but love. Definitely my favorite I’ve read by this author. Continue reading
Here’s a fun House Party you might want to join. A group of fun authors has joined together to create a set of Regency period romances set at the same house party. I just finished reading Tabitha’s Folly in this set by Jen Geigle Johnson, and it was a fun introduction to this vacation (Regency style). Continue reading