Mistress MacKintosh And The Shaw Wretch by Rose Prendeville

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Mistress MacKintosh And The Shaw Wretch is a fun, quick, romantic journey that left me smiling.  Finley Shaw, the disgraced heir to his older brother, is tasked with escorting Jury to a convent.  Jury has dedicated her life to healing and has no intention of being a wife or a nun.  Finn and Jurys set out onContinue reading “Mistress MacKintosh And The Shaw Wretch by Rose Prendeville”

Rebellion’s Fire by Mary Lancaster

⭐️⭐️⭐️ I adored Mary Lancaster’s Regency and Victorian-era books and was delighted to read a medieval-era book from her.  I am conflicted about this book.  The plot is exciting and moves quickly. The characters are vivid and intriguing.  Two things held this book back for me.  There are multiple points of view throughout the book, which I found distracting.  Also,Continue reading “Rebellion’s Fire by Mary Lancaster”

Before The Dawn by Emma Pass

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Before The Dawn is my first review of a book set in World War II; as World War II is my favorite historical era, I was extremely excited to read this book.  I was pleasantly surprised to find a well-researched, heart-pounding love story.  The plot focuses on the chance encounter of Ruby Mottram, a local girlContinue reading “Before The Dawn by Emma Pass”

Say You’ll Be My Lady by Kate Pembrooke

⭐️⭐️⭐️ Lady Serena Wynter is a member of a progressive ladies club.  Serena is passionate and independent, sometimes landing in trouble.  Charles Townshend is the ultimate gentleman that fights his attraction to Serena due to a disastrous family secret.   I loved the first book in this series; however, I felt this book fell flat.  The story was tooContinue reading “Say You’ll Be My Lady by Kate Pembrooke”

Opal by Cynthia Woolf

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Opal is a stand-out western romance with heart.  This tale of two lonely people finding love and fulfillment is beautiful.  The story starts with Opal’s long journey while Arthur “Red” Redmond is in Oregon City waiting on his stranger bride.   Opal has a troubled past and a massive secret that Red doesn’t know.  Red has seen tragedyContinue reading “Opal by Cynthia Woolf”

Once Upon A Devastatingly Sweet Kiss by Bree Wolf

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Once Upon A Devastatingly Sweet Kiss is simply a sweet, romantic treat.  This slow-burn tale of opposites attracts delights and enchants the reader. To call Lady Harriet “Harry” Beaumont a free spirit, is an understatement.  She goes and does whatever she wants whenever she wants.  Harry’s family has given her free reign in her life, not wantingContinue reading “Once Upon A Devastatingly Sweet Kiss by Bree Wolf”

Captured By The Earl by Melanie Rose Clarke

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Captured By The Earl is a heart-racing, romantic thrill of a novel.  Philip and Emma’s journey is fraught with danger, secrets, and passion that makes for an entertaining, eye-catching read. Philip returns home to London to find himself betrothed to Emma, a woman he barely knows.  Emma accidentally starts a betrothal rumor and quickly discovers theContinue reading “Captured By The Earl by Melanie Rose Clarke”

The Eureka City Bride by Cynthia Woolf

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I love historical western romances, and I had never read a mail-order bride novel.  I was pleasantly surprised.  The Eureka City Bride was entertaining, fast-paced, and romantic. This book takes place in Eureka City, Nevada, in the late 1860s.  Marshal Reese Kelly, as a leader in the community, decides it is time to marry.  Secretly, Reese yearns forContinue reading “The Eureka City Bride by Cynthia Woolf”

The Duke Who Loved Me by Jane Ashford

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The Duke Who Loved Me is a flirtatious, funny journey of an enemies-to-lovers romance.  This is the perfect blend of unrequited love and outrageous situations.  Passionate glances, just enough laughs, and a happily-ever-after are the cornerstone of this joyful, energetic read. James Cantrell, the new Duke of Tereford, and Cecelia Vainsmede have butted heads ever sinceContinue reading “The Duke Who Loved Me by Jane Ashford”