“Pursuing Miss Hall”

My review: This was perfectly sweet! It was everything I wanted and hoped for. A friends to lovers, house party and love triangle with unrequited love. I loved the easygoing Nathan and how he choose to enter buildings.🪟Margaret or Meg for short has very loving parents but due to an unfortunate sickness earlier, Meg missed… Continue reading “Pursuing Miss Hall”

Author Spotlight – Anneka Walker

About Anneka Anneka Walker was raised by a librarian and an English teacher turned judge. After being fed a steady diet of books, she decided to learn about writing. The result was a bachelor’s degree in English and History. When she isn’t dreaming up a happy ending for a story, she’s busy living her own… Continue reading Author Spotlight – Anneka Walker

“Winning The Gentleman”

Book Description: Aaron Whitworth hasn’t had control over most aspects of his life, but he’s always taken pride in being an honorable businessman and better-than-average horseman. When both of those claims are threatened, he makes the desperate decision to hire the horse trainer of a traveling circus as a temporary jockey for his racehorses. Sophia… Continue reading “Winning The Gentleman”

“The Ebony”

My review: Jane is on her way to England from India when they stop in St Helena after a nasty storm. It was just supposed to be for a few weeks but French frigates in the waters makes her stay longer. Jane makes friends with the locals and it’s a great cast of characters. One… Continue reading “The Ebony”

“Love & Lavender”

My review: I love Kilpack’s work and this series with Uncle Elliot coming up with inheritances encouraging each family member to marry for love. These books can be read out of order but I think reading in order is best as past book characters are mentioned (but you don’t be lost if you hadn’t read… Continue reading “Love & Lavender”

“The Nabob’s Daughter”

This book was so fun and had me laughing so much at the beginning that I had to read it out loud to my husband and he laughed too. 😂🇮🇳Honora was born in England but only knows India as her home. Her father tells her of her arranged marriage to a desperate lord in England… Continue reading “The Nabob’s Daughter”

“Wager For A Wife”

A little over 2 years ago I discovered Net Galley and I used my own personal account for posting the book review. The first book I reviewed on social media from Net Galley was “Wager For A Wife” by Karen Tuft. It took me until the 10th book review to realize that maybe I should… Continue reading “Wager For A Wife”

Author Spotlight & Interview with Rachel Fordham

To celebrate the releasing of Rachel’s 4th book this past month I thought it’d be fun to interview her! She’s a sweet and wonderful person. Always quick to help if she can or give a listening ear. Make sure you follow her on her social media sites and you’ll see she’s just as sweet as… Continue reading Author Spotlight & Interview with Rachel Fordham

“A Lady In Attendance”

Book description: Five years in a New York state reformatory have left a blemish on Hazel’s real name. So when she takes a job as Doctor Gilbert Watts’s lady in attendance in 1898, she does so under an alias. In the presence of her quiet and pious employer, Hazel finds more than an income. She… Continue reading “A Lady In Attendance”

“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”