“Beyond The Lavender Fields”

Peg dolls painted by me 🙂 Book Description: France, 1792. Rumors of revolution in Paris swirl in Marseille, a bustling port city in Southern France. Gilles Étienne, a clerk at the local soap factory, thrives on the news. Committed to the cause of equality, liberty, and brotherhood, he and his friends plan to march to… Continue reading “Beyond The Lavender Fields”

“Bloomsbury Girls” Book Tour

Book Description: Natalie Jenner, the internationally bestselling author of The Jane Austen Society, returns with a compelling and heartwarming story of post-war London, a century-old bookstore, and three women determined to find their way in a fast-changing world in Bloomsbury Girls. Bloomsbury Books is an old-fashioned new and rare bookstore that has persisted and resisted… Continue reading “Bloomsbury Girls” Book Tour

“The Murder Of Mr.Wickham” Book Tour

Book Description: A summer house party turns into a thrilling whodunit when Jane Austen’s Mr.Wickham—one of literature’s most notorious villains—meets a sudden and suspicious end in this brilliantly imagined mystery featuring Austen’s leading literary characters. The happily married Mr. Knightley and Emma are throwing a party at their country estate, bringing together distant relatives and… Continue reading “The Murder Of Mr.Wickham” Book Tour

“Lily Of The Valley” Blog Tour

Book description: Cumberland, 1786 Amateur inventor Kester Barrington prefers the peace and quiet of his estate to the bustle of Society. But when his tight-knit group of friends, the Gents, descends on Livingsley Hall for their annual gathering, he stoically joins in their activities. It all seems exhausting—until an unexpected addition to the party catches… Continue reading “Lily Of The Valley” Blog Tour

“Summerhaven” Blog Tour

Book Description: Hannah Kent and Oliver Jennings pledged their hearts to each other as children. Now, years later, Hannah is thrilled to receive an invitation to spend the summer at Oliver’s family’s country estate. The path to wedded bliss is clear—so long as Oliver’s highbrow older brother, Damon, has ceased his juvenile antics, Hannah’s future… Continue reading “Summerhaven” Blog Tour

“Jane And The Year Without A Summer” Blog Tour

Book description: May 1816: Jane Austen is feeling unwell, with an uneasy stomach, constant fatigue, rashes, fevers and aches. She attributes her poor condition to the stress of family burdens, which even the drafting of her latest manuscript—about a baronet’s daughter nursing a broken heart for a daring naval captain—cannot alleviate. Her apothecary recommends a… Continue reading “Jane And The Year Without A Summer” Blog Tour

“Falling For Your Best Friend’s Twin”

My review: This was a fun audiobook. Emma St Clair has the snarky banter down. 🙌🏼🙌🏼💻Abby is a unique character that is smart and sassy. She comes on to help her best friend Zoey’s twin brother Zane deal with a tech problem for a new product being launched. There was quite a bit of tech… Continue reading “Falling For Your Best Friend’s Twin”

“The Austen Escape”

My review: This is a 3.5 ⭐️ I had started this in June and read the first 100 pages really fast. But then I wanted to save to read it in July for Jane Austen July. And didn’t pick it back up until the end of July 🙈 This book wasn’t quite what I was… Continue reading “The Austen Escape”

“Silver Dollar Duke”

Description: Evan Rounsevell, second son to the Marquess of Rothwell, is running as far from his family and responsibilities as he can. His fascination with cowboys takes him from English shores to the Arizona desert, but the days of showdowns are over, and Tombstone, Arizona, is a respectable town. With no funds left, and no… Continue reading “Silver Dollar Duke”

“Loving Lord Egleton”

This was such a sweet book. I’ve enjoyed this series so much! I don’t think I could pick a favorite as they’re all wonderful. The series can be read as a stand alone. Book One “Saving Lord Berkshire” and Book Two “Reforming The Duke”. It’s about a group of sisters that are matchmakers in high… Continue reading “Loving Lord Egleton”

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