Review of Zorro by Isabel Allende

You know that wonderful feeling of getting lost in a story? That book you think about even when you’re separated from the pages. That book you can’t wait to curl up with each day and get to the next part of the story. The book that makes you slow down your reading speed because you... Continue Reading →

Review of Devil in Winter by Lisa Kleypas

So now I don’t know if this is my favourite in The Wallflower series of if that title still belongs to Secrets of a Summer Night.... hmmm... "I'm Sebastian, Lord St. Vincent. I can't be celibate. Everyone knows that."Desperate to escape her scheming relatives, Evangeline Jenner has sought the help of the most infamous scoundrel... Continue Reading →

Review of A Vicarage Wedding by Kate Hewitt

I absolutely adored A Vicarage Christmas and A Vicarage Reunion but this one didn’t quite match up to those, for me. Rachel Holley has always dreamed of a wedding—the white dress, the fairy tale, and of course, the happily-ever-after. But when her fiancé breaks it off the night before, claiming she doesn’t love him, Rachel’s... Continue Reading →

Review of It Happened One Autumn by Lisa Kleypas

Headstrong American heiress Lillian Bowman has come to England to find an aristocratic husband. Unfortunately, no man is strong enough to tame the stubborn beauty's fierce will. Except, perhaps, the powerful and arrogant Earl of Westcliff—a man Lillian despises more than anyone she's ever met.Marcus, Lord Westcliff, is famous for his icy English reserve and... Continue Reading →

Review and Blog Blitz for The Scoundrel’s Bartered Bride by Virginia Heath ~with Giveaway @rararesources

Welcome to my stop on the Publication Day Push for The Scoundrel's Bartered Bride by Virginia Heath. What an enticing historical romance this is. Marriage…To the highest bidderLady Lydia Barton cannot seem to avoid Owen Wolfe since he returned after being wrongly transported for stealing her family’s jewels! But Lydia has more pressing problems―like her... Continue Reading →

Review of Tales of Beedle The Bard by J.K. Rowling

The Tales of Beedle the Bard, a wizarding classic, first came to Muggle readers' attention in the book known as Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Now, thanks to Hermione Granger's new translation from the ancient runes, we present this stunning edition with an introduction, notes, and illustrations by J.K. Rowling, and extensive commentary by Albus... Continue Reading →

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