I absolutely fell in love with this series when I read the very first book. I can’t believe the series is only on book 4, I feel like so much has happened in these four books. It’s been quite the journey.
When I saw this one on Netgalley, I immediately downloaded it and couldn’t wait to dive in. The book wasn’t due to come out until September and I downloaded the book in June…..needless to say I read it in June because I couldn’t wait to see what happened between Wrexford and Sloane in this book!
I read this book in only a couple of sittings and couldn’t put it down! Another winner from Penrose! Continue reading “Review: Murder at Queen’s Landing (Wrexford & Sloane #4) by Andrea Penrose”
My head was turned when I saw this cover. I absolutely love the pinks and purples in the cover and immediately wanted to know more.
The title definitely sounded like a typical romance title so I obviously knew that this was going to be a romance novel, but I just really loved the cover and how the woman was placed and that there was no man on the cover, I wondered if this would be a bit of a different romance than I was expecting.
Not to mention the male love interests name wasn’t something saucy like ‘Fabian’…..his name is Hamish. Talk about the least sexiest name out there. So both of these things really made me interested in reading this one. While I couldn’t fit it into my summer reading, I am hoping to squeeze it in this fall. Today though I have all the details here for you to check out! Continue reading “Special Feature: How to Catch a Sinful Marquess (The Disreputable Debutantes #3) by Amy Rose Bennett”
When I saw this one on Netgalley, I thought it was eye catching and sounded interesting so I downloaded it. Then I got the pitch for it a couple of weeks later and suddenly I moved it up on my review timeline.
I had already planned to review this one in July but wasn’t planning on reading it until a little closer to the release day, but then all the news started breaking about the upcoming film and I moved this baby right on up!
This upcoming film is going to feature Constance Wu and Sam Heughan along with a number of other diverse cast members and will be releasing in the spring of 2021. Needless to say I was chomping at the bit for this one! Continue reading “Review: Mr. Malcolm’s List by Suzanne Allain”
I have recently read two wonderful proper romances by this particular publisher and I was eager to read another. The cover is beautiful and I thought the premise sounded interesting.
I haven’t read the other books in the series but from what other reviewers had said, they could each be read as standalone books and I would agree. I didn’t feel lost or anything picking up the third book.
To say that I was looking forward to this one is an understatement, I love sweet or clean romances and have had a run of good luck lately. Continue reading “Review: Rakes and Roses (Mayfield Family #3) by Josi S. Kilpack”
A few months back I did a special feature on this book and I just couldn’t get the cover and description out of my mind! I knew my review schedule was packed, so I downloaded it to listen to when I had errands to run.
That’s the thing I love most about audiobooks, there are plenty of days that I have to run errands or just need to get out of the house and go for a drive during the quarantine or days where I have house work to do, rather than sit and read, I multitask with audiobooks.
I rarely accept audiobooks for review because I want to pick books that I maybe had my eye on or maybe I was just in the mood for or perhaps they were on my TBR for years, in other words, it’s my ‘just for fun’ outlet for reading. I was totally in the mood to read this sweet proper romance so I downloaded it and started listening on my way to do a Costco run! Continue reading “Review: Promised by Leah Garriott (Audible Edition)”