The Snow White Bride & The Ballad of Rosamunde by Claire Delacroix

August 7th, 2015 Kimberly Review 40 Comments

7th Aug
The Snow White Bride & The Ballad of Rosamunde by Claire Delacroix

Welcome to Coffee Pot Reviews! These are short and sweet reviews done in the length of time it takes my coffee pot to brew! I have two historical romances to share with you today from Claire Delacroix’s Jewels of Kinfairlie series. The Snow White Bride & The Ballad of Rosamunde. I have had such fun with this medieval series about siblings ..enjoy and stick around for a cup of mocha coffee!

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The Art of Sinning by Sabrina Jeffries

July 21st, 2015 Kimberly Review 51 Comments

21st Jul
The Art of Sinning by Sabrina Jeffries

I adored Sabrina Jeffries’ Duke’s Men series and was eager to being The Art of Sinning the first novel in the Sinful Suitors series. Arrangements, bargains and heat made for a delicious tale. Jeffries delivers strong heroines who make me laugh and I quickly devoured the Art of Sinning.

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Wildfire In His Arms by Johanna Lindsey

June 23rd, 2015 Kimberly Review 48 Comments

23rd Jun
Wildfire In His Arms by Johanna Lindsey

In Wildfire in His Arms author Johanna Lindsey shares the romance of a dangerous and sexy gunslinger named Degan Grant. Degan first appeared in her novel One Heart to Win. While this is a standalone, I must admit the mention of characters from the previous novel have me adding it to my list. What a wild time I had as Wildfire In His Arms takes us to the wild west with suspense, snark and wicked banter.

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The Rose Red Bride by Claire Delacroix

April 3rd, 2015 Kimberly Review 17 Comments

3rd Apr
The Rose Red Bride by Claire Delacroix

The Rose Red Bride by Claire Delacroix is the second book in her Jewels of Kinfairlie series. I have been enjoying these medieval romances set in Scotland. Poor Alexander, Laird of Kinfairlie did not quite learn his lesson with the eldest sister because folks, he is at it again. Delacroix’s Jewels of Kinfairlie series is such a fun, uncomplicated listen and I have been enjoying the voice of narrator Saskia Maarleveld with her Scottish lilt.

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