You Were Made To Be Mine by Julie Anne Long

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️I was highly conflicted by this book. The first half of the book moved slowly, and so much was going on with so many characters that it got confusing at times. Christian and Aurelie do not meet until thirty percent into the book. There was too much setup in the first half. Also, there isContinue reading “You Were Made To Be Mine by Julie Anne Long”

The Lord Pretender by Sawyer North

⭐️⭐️⭐️1/2The Lord Pretender is a unique, entertaining story. This is a historical romance with a little of the fantastical and a dash of humor. Emma vows vengeance against Simon and his club. Emma blames Simon for encouraging her father to gamble away the family’s fortune. After two brief encounters as strangers, Simon and Emma confrontContinue reading “The Lord Pretender by Sawyer North”

An Artful Deceit by Holly Newman

⭐️⭐️⭐️1/2I loved this book as a mystery adventure. The primary and many secondary characters were vivid. A lot was happening in the plot, yet it didn’t confuse me. All the mystery and subterfuge created an entertaining, page-turning book. I felt this was much more an adventure than a romance. The characters did not have muchContinue reading “An Artful Deceit by Holly Newman”

Every Duke Has A Silver Lining by Tamara Gill

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️I enjoyed the journey of Grady and Ashley’s romance. Grady is heir to a Dukedom and a gaming hell owner (so, of course, I instantly love him!). Grady agrees to take sheltered Ashley to “real” places in London. The two battle a rocky road to happiness. I loved Grady’s personality. His protectiveness towards his motherContinue reading “Every Duke Has A Silver Lining by Tamara Gill”

Enticing The Devil by Amy Sandas

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Wow, wow, wow! I know I am in for a treat with any Amy Sandas book; this one blew me away! The writing, plot, and characters combined into the perfect storm of a novel. I was heartbroken at times, yet the hauntingly beautiful ending is breathtaking in its delivery and content. Both main characters wereContinue reading “Enticing The Devil by Amy Sandas”

Enticing The Earl by Kathleen Ayers

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️I honestly do not know who I loved more in this book – Jason, Oleana, or Carrot (a large, orange, ornery cat)! Jason and Oleana’s story is a class difference romance. Oleana is hiding out as a servant in Jason’s household. I loved Jason’s arrogant, staid demeanor and his dry sense of humor. Oleana’s kindnessContinue reading “Enticing The Earl by Kathleen Ayers”

Vacancy: Viscount Preferred byTammy Andresen

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Wyatt and Priscilla start wanting a marriage of convenience. Wyatt needs an heir, and Priscilla needs an escape from her horrid cousin’s machinations. What begins as a business arrangement evolves into a passionate, loving bond. Both Wyatt and Priscilla are complicated, intricate characters. Wyatt is a vigilante. Wyatt feels unlovable; everyone he cares about desertsContinue reading “Vacancy: Viscount Preferred byTammy Andresen”

The Earl’s Governess by Celeste Barclay

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️I am speechless; this is the best novella I have read this year! The Earl’s Governess has action, intrigue, and sizzling passion. After inheriting the Earldom, Rajesh finds himself in England with the title and two orphaned nieces. Charlie is a governess that comes to work in Rajesh’s household. Rajesh is such a grounded, vividContinue reading “The Earl’s Governess by Celeste Barclay”

Bewitched By A Miss by Jane Charles

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I enjoyed this captivating, whimsical, paranormal romance set in Regency England. Damon comes from a family where the females are witches. Damon is guardian to his three orphan nieces. He must travel with his nieces and mother to their ancestral home. Cordelia is obsessed with her new neighbors and their home at first sight.Continue reading “Bewitched By A Miss by Jane Charles”

The Lady Loves Danger by Anabelle Bryant

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Wow! This book was a pleasant surprise. I had read the first book in this series, Duchess If You Dare, and reviewed it with three stars. I saw much potential and promise in the series. I felt that there were some character believability/plot pace issues. I am happy to report that The Lady LovesContinue reading “The Lady Loves Danger by Anabelle Bryant”