Following up on The Kitchen House, I’ve got Kathleen Grissom’s new stand alone novel that brings back some of those favorite characters, and introduces some new ones. Please read on for my audiobook review of
Another title to add to the “bad blogger” pile.One of the joys of being a book blogger is the options and availability of titles. Options and availability is also a double-edged sword, and occasionally things get shoved aside. Such is the case today with this unique novel from Kate Clanchy. Please read on for my review of
Meeting the English: A Novel
If you’ve read this blog at all, you’ll know that I love Eloisa James – in fact she was one of the authors that got me back into reading historic romance, and fueled more than a few bookshelves. Today it is all about he Essex Sisters and with a new direction for Kiss Me, Annabel as well as notes from the author and information from Jody Gayle about fashion, history, society and other tidbits. Please read on for my review and excerpt, check out the tour stops to see what others thought, and don’t forget to enter the tour wide giveaway where a lucky US winner will get Print Copies of the ESSEX SISTERS novels including Much Ado About You, Kiss Me, Annabel, The Taming of the Duke and Pleasure for Pleasure.
The Official Essex Sisters Companion Guide
One of the hardest parts about liking (or loving) a series or an author’s work is the time between releases. Oh I understand and completely agree with the ‘want to get it right’ attitude, and when writing isn’t the one and ONLY thing you do in a day – it does take longer. But the wait, for the moment, is over for the next from Almeida and Aubrey and I couldn’t be more excited. Read on for
I don’t know why more people aren’t discovering Tracey Sinclair’s urban fantasy series, Cassandra Bick Chronicles. Truly this is one of the best Urban Fantasies you’ve never heard of! I’ve read much of this series – it’s unique, funny and totally twisted in ALL the best ways. Please read on for my review of
You are now bearing witnesses to one of my greatest weaknesses! I like reading children’s books. I read this book while I was tutoring a kid. Why? Because I saw it on his shelves and remembered reading a book from this series when I was younger.
Come on, people! It’s time for you to Meet the Woodland Folk, too!
A little secret, not well-kept… I adore my Brit Chick Lit – those wonderful fiction stories with a touch of romance, set in Britain, written by authors from the UK, with the humor, approach to life and heroines that are so palpable. One of the authors who brought me back to these stories was Jane Linfoot: her quirky and likable heroines are just those girls you want to be friends with- and they always manage to get themselves into some incredible (and often embarrassing) scrapes. The first in her new series, The Little Wedding Shop by the Sea, please read on for my review of, and an excerpt from…
Cupcakes and Confetti
Being bold enough to make a second (or third) life for yourself is the highlight of the Love in Provence series from Patricia Sands. A lovely woman’s fiction title that explores options and choices, this story is redolent with atmosphere and heart. Please read on for my review and excerpt, check out the tour stops to see what other readers thought of the title and don’t forget to enter the tour wide giveaway where you could win one of 10 (ten) copies of I PROMISE YOU THIS in paperback (US Only) or eBook (International). But first…
I Promise You This
A bit of a twist to the new release in the Love Unexpectedly story from Lauren Layne. Please read on for my review and excerpt, be sure to check out the tour stops to see what other readers thought, and don’t forget to enter the tour-wide giveaway where you could win a Kindle Fire Tablet 7″ But first….