Special Feature: The Me I Used to Be by Jennifer Ryan

On my blog I pride myself in exploring multiple different genres of books and I am so thankful that I have maintained that for so long. I have discovered so many new and exciting books that are out of my comfort zone or just plain new to me authors that I normally wouldn’t have discovered on my own.

Jennifer Ryan’s new book The Me I Used to Be is one of those books I might have missed and am so glad that I didn’t! Ryan is a new to me author and has written a number of cowboy romances as well as more contemporary romances and women’s fiction.

Her latest book sounds like it’s going to be quite the read and it’s available now for your reading pleasure so don’t miss out on this fun breezy romance/womens fiction novel! Pour a glass of wine and settle in for escapism at its best! Continue reading “Special Feature: The Me I Used to Be by Jennifer Ryan”

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Special Feature and Excerpt: THE MAGNIFICENT MRS. MAYHEW by Milly Johnson

This look sounds like it’s something you would read on a lazy weekend outside in your hammock. Milly Johnson has written a number of romance novels and a large following of fans.

I love ‘feel good fiction’ and romances and this one sounds like it’s going to be exactly that! It’s out now and you don’t want to miss the latest novel by the queen of feel good reading!

I am thrilled to share this wonderful excerpt with you all today! I can’t wait to read it now that I’ve had a sneak peak of this book!

Summary

Behind every successful man is a woman.
Behind the fall of every successful man is usually another woman.

Sophie Mayhew seems to have the perfect life. The glamourous wife of a rising political star who is one step away from the highest position in the government, she matches her husband in looks, pedigree, and money. But he has made some stupid mistakes on his way to the top, and some of those mistakes are just now threatening to emerge. Still, this can all be swept under the rug so long as Sophie the Trophy plays her part in front of the cameras. But the words that tumble out of Sophie’s mouth one morning on the doorstep of their country house are not the words the spin doctors drilled into her head.

Bursting out of the restrictive mold that has been tightening around her since birth, Sophie flees to a small village on the coast, a safe haven from her childhood days, where she intends to be alone. But once there, she finds a community that warms her soul and makes her feel as if she is breathing properly for the first time in her life. Sophie knows she won’t be left in peace for long, though, so she must decide: where does her real future lie? (summary from GoodreadsContinue reading “Special Feature and Excerpt: THE MAGNIFICENT MRS. MAYHEW by Milly Johnson”

Review: Death and Other Happy Endings by Melanie Cantor

Sometimes persistence pays off. This book was pitched to me at least four times for review and each time I passed. Not because I didn’t want to read it, I just didn’t think I could fit it in anywhere close to the review date.

It wasn’t until the book physically arrived at my house that I took some real stock of my review calendar to see if I could accommodate this book. The publicist for this book raved about it with such passion that I felt compelled to work it in. I hate missing out on great books simply for calendar purposes so I made it happen.

I snuck in little bits of this book here and there each day and before I knew it, I was completely invested in this book and quickly saw what the big fuss was all about! Continue reading “Review: Death and Other Happy Endings by Melanie Cantor”

Review: A Family of Strangers by Emilie Richards

This is a book that I was looking forward to for quite some time. I was really interested in the family dynamics in this summary, especially since I am the oldest sister and my younger sister and I are in constant completion with each other.

I thought this one would yield interesting family relationships and dynamics as well as present a fascinating mystery with lots of things to question and debate.

Plus this author has written a number of books, most of which are women fiction or romance, sprinkled with a few mysteries. This one sounded like it was going to be a little darker and more complex than her usual books. I have never read anything by this author before, but I was eager to discover her style and writing. Continue reading “Review: A Family of Strangers by Emilie Richards”

Review: Crashing the A-List by Summer Heacock

Last spring, I was completely obsessed with the royal wedding and as a result looked for a number of books on the royals and a-listers.

Sadly I didn’t get to read as many as I wanted but I adore modern fairy tale type books with a basically unknown female meeting a huge star or royal, and having it turn into a romance.

So when this book came across my desk many months later, I was so excited to read something kind of in that same vein. I thought this one sounded like a feel good, romance which was just what I needed to read! Though it doesn’t feature the royals, it does feature broke girl meets uber rich British film star so basically close enough for my taste! Continue reading “Review: Crashing the A-List by Summer Heacock”