Please welcome Sophia Rose to the blog and check out Carolyn Brown’s newest novel The Hope Chest. Travel to Blossom, Texas where an inheritance reunites three estranged cousins. You’ll want to add this one to your beach bag.
A fellow blogger reviewed The Audacity of Sara Grayson by Joani Elliott. After reading her thoughts, I immediately wanted to read it. This women’s fiction offers self-growth, a touch of romance, and a bit of a mystery. Grab an iced coffee and see why it’s is the perfect summer read…
Sophia Rose is here to share a review of The Summer Seekers by Sarah Morgan during the Harlequin Beach Reads Summer Tour. Grab an iced coffee and check out this fun road trip tale…
Catherine Ryan Hyde has fast become a favorite author here at Caffeinated. My Name is Anton is a historical fiction about a young man, his dysfunctional family, loss, and most of all love. Come fall in love with Anton.
Bewitched is the second novel in Darynda Jones’ Betwixt & Between about a changeling who discovers her powers during a midlife crisis. Humor, a haunted manor, a sexy shifter and danger await you in this delightful paranormal women’s fiction.
Lighthouse on the Lake written by Elizabeth Bromke takes listeners back to Birch Harbor. The Hannigan sisters are searching for answers about their father. Along the way, they’ll discover second chances and new beginnings. Come listen to this tale narrated by Lisa Larsen.
So a favorite author of mine messaged me and said, “You need to read The Spoon Stealer.” and so I did. I cannot thank her enough for recommending it to me. Lesley Crewe delivered a historical, timeless, heartwarming tale of friendship, family, loss and being the odd duck.
House on the Harbor by Elizabeth Bromke is the first audiobook in the Birch Harbor women’s fiction romance series narrated by Lisa Larsen. With the promise of siblings, secrets and an inn set on Lake Huron, I was excited to begin.