I enjoy slipping into one of Diane Quincy’s historical romances and was delighted to return to the Clandestine Affairs series with the second novel; The Viscount Made Me Do It. Read on to see why I found an Arab female bonesetter and a sexy, outcast Viscount so enchanting. A touch of suspense, culture and swoons await you.
The Devil and the Heiress by Harper St. George is the second standalone historical romance in the Gilded Aged Heiresses. He wants her, her father denies him, but she has her own plans. St. George offered an addictive swoon-worthy tale perfect for a day at the beach!
Cowboys, romance, friendship, small-town community, and plenty of suspense. The perfect elements for an evening curled up with a book. A Cowboy Kind of Love by Donna Grant delivered just that. Check out my thoughts and see why I enjoy the Heart of Texas series.
I was excited to read The Intimacy Experiment by Rosie Danan after falling in love with her debut novel The Roommate. Danan did not disappoint when an ex-porn star and a rabbi meet….
A boxing Duke and feisty American heiress… yes please! The first novel in the Gilded Age Heiress, The Heiress Gets a Duke, by Harper St. George delivered laughs, swoons and annoying mums.
Narrated by Derek Perkins, All Scot and Bothered by Kerrigan Byrne is the second novel in the Devil You Know series and one of my most highly anticipated audiobook for 2020. Bryne did not disappoint!
I dove straight into Part-time Gods, the second audiobook in the DFZ, urban fantasy series by Rachel Aaron before the ink dried on my review of the first audiobook. We are back in the Detroit Free Zone and our girl Opal is in serious trouble.