Okay, this title might sound boring, but the book is anything but! And I’m not talking about the type of pork butts that my husband smokes up outside. I’m just saying (in a long round-about way) that this book is incredibly awesome. It’s one that made me smile the whole way through as characters became friends, and their trials and triumphs became mine as well.
I have another awesome book to review today. Yesterday I finished this one, and it just made me smile. Everything about this book is just plain awesome. I’ve read lots of Rachel Anderson’s stories, and really like her writing style. She’s done more contemporary romances in the past, but this Regency period story was super well done. Here’s the blurb: Continue reading
This week’s feature book is An Inconvenient Romance by Chalon Linton. I’ve never read any books by this author–it might be her debut book–but I was thoroughly impressed and am honored to participate in this blog tour. This is a Regency romance set in England in the 1800’s. Here’s the synopsis: Continue reading
Here’s another great book. It is actually on my 2016 reading list because I read an early copy, but it just released this month. Color of Love by Anita Stansfield is a Regency romance with a unique twist. The heroine is a colored girl of Indian descent and, therefore, doesn’t fit into English society…and never will. Continue reading
Time for another book review. Another one by Jennifer Moore, one of my favorite authors. This story comes to you from the Greek islands in the Regency time period.
Miss Diana Snow is a chaperone for a younger girl as they vacation to Greece. When a charming man named Alexandros barges in on their outdoor luncheon to chat with them and gain introductions, and then just as mysteriously disappears, she can’t stop thinking about him. Continue reading
I read another great book this week. This one is set in 1808 in England. Thomas has just returned from serving in the Napoleonic wars and is haunted by what he has witnessed the last three years. As he is out in the garden, a rare blue butterfly (see the cover) lands close by and the gardeners tell him something good will come his way soon.
Days later, when his butler comes to him asking for help for his niece who is in a bad spot, Thomas decides to help. When he meets Ruth, she is not what he expects though, and he wonders Continue reading
This newest story by Jennifer Moore was amazing. I’ve read a lot of her books, and they always make me smile. She writes great characters, fantastic settings, and believable romances that are usually set in the Regency period in the 1800’s.
Lady Helen Finds Her Song is set in 1813 in India. Lady Helen has just arrived in Calcutta with her mother and her new husband, Brigadier-General Stackhouse. She finds herself fascinated with the exotic splendors of India, but her fellow British expatriates Continue reading