Robyn Carr was a new to my author a couple of years ago but once I picked up one of her books, I could immediately see why so many people enjoy her novels!
Picking this book up in the dead of winter was a little depressing though, because I could practically feel the sun on my skin with this glowing beach style read!
Even though the setting is in Colorado, it still reminded me of a fun read on a sunny summer day while I was passing some time at the beach, this is the sort of book that you want to pack with you on a lazy summer day. It has lots of romance and charm to draw readers in for sure! Continue reading “Review: The Country Guesthouse (Sullivan’s Crossing #5) by Robyn Carr”
While fall is still my favorite season, there is something to be said about a winter wedding! I didn’t have a winter wedding but now that I am back home in the Pac NW, I wish I had had one!
When I saw the title of this book I thought it sounded like a great December read and today I am thrilled to be able to bring you guys all a sneak peak of this lovely holiday romance.
This book has been getting tons and tons of great reviews and if you are looking to squeeze in another holiday romance then this one should fit the bill! Here is a sneak peak, don’t say I didn’t warn you when I say that you will probably want to pick it up immediately! Continue reading “Excerpt: A Wedding in December by Sarah Morgan”
With the holidays right around the corner and I’ve been busy sharing all kinds of fun holiday themed reads with you guys and I wouldn’t feel right about not sharing this book again!
I read this one way back in September when it first came out so it might not have been on your radar then but it should be now that the holidays are upon us!
So today I thought I would re-share my review of this lovely holiday romance with you guys so you can take a quick peak about what I loved as well as to share a little sneak peak with you guys! Be sure to check out the excerpt after my review too! Continue reading “Re-Post Review: Coming Home for Christmas (Haven Point #10) by RaeAnne Thayne”
I picked this book up because of the delicious looking pie on the front cover. I mean seriously, that pie looks so delicious and I hoped that the story inside would be equally satisfying.
I don’t think I even stopped to read what it was about, I simply saw pie and said YES. So when I picked it up, I basically went in blind and without any real expectations other than I hoped to read it while eating pie of my own (which did happen by the way!)
This book surprised me in a number of ways, both with the author’s practiced hand and with the little hints of magic sprinkled in each page. Continue reading “Review: Midnight at the Blackbird Cafe by Heather Webber”
I have only read one of Cathy Lamb’s novels but as soon as I finished, I knew this was an author that I wanted to read more of!
Not only is she a local author for me (she’s from Oregon!) but she’s innovative with a strong voice and writing skills. Reading one of her books was a delight and when I saw this one was coming up, I was looking forward to it for months!
Besides the author’s name and appeal to me, I was instantly attracted to the story as well—mostly because it’s set on the San Juan Islands. If you have never been to the San Juan Islands, then you are missing out—they are so enchanting and beautiful so when I saw this book was set there—to a place I have visited quite a bit before—I couldn’t pass up the chance to read it! Continue reading “Review: All About Evie by Cathy Lamb”