A Review By Kiltsandswords For “The Highlander’s Bride” By Amanda Forester…
Book Review By Katherine Givens For “The Bargain” By Mary Jo Putney…
It Sounds Like It Would Be A Fun Read After Reading The Review…
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
The Celtic Knot is a mild romantic suspense with a touch of magic. It is set in Florida around a Renaissance festive theme park.
Lily Evans is an insurance agent, who works alongside her controlling boyfriend Lucas. She enjoys reading Tarot cards and her friend Beth persuades her to take a part-time job reading the cards at Castle Wilde. It’s here she first meets Ian Kelly, Irish mural painter and actor, there is an instant attraction.
Through dream scenes we discover that both Lily and Ian have met in several past lifetimes, so it’s no surprise they feel things are familiar at times. Lucas disapproves of anything magical which borders on fantasy, so Lily soon decides to leave him for Ian.
Meanwhile the local news tells of a woman’s body found in the River Alafia.
Ian soon has…
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Sounds Like A Fun Read…
The Unlikely Lady
(Playful Brides #3)
by Valerie Bowman
St. Martin’s Paperbacks
Release Date: May 5th 2015
Woohoo~!!! Finally their book is here! I got to tell you I’ve been waiting for these two since the very beginning and finally they’re here!
This is book three in Valerie Bowman’s Playful Brides series which follows three wallflower friends as they use their skills to help one another achieve their personal goals. But as each uses their skills, one always falls….(metaphorically speaking).
Miss Jane Lowndes is a bookish bluestocking spinster. At Twenty-six, she’s still being treated like a child by her mother and she’s done with it. She has no plans, actually no desire to ever marry. She has come up with a plan to permanent her bluestocking spinster reputation for good and has called upon her friends for help. With the help of her closest friends, Lucy and Cass, she…
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Would Love To Read It… Especially If It Is Fun As It Sounds!!!
50 Ways to Ruin a Rake
(Rakes and Rogues #1)
by Jade Lee
Release Date: May 5th, 2015
This is definitely the most fun I’ve read from Jade!
It’s also the most different from her because it’s a comical! Yes! You read that right, comical!
As you may not know, many of Jade’s Historical romances lean towards the darker and tortured side of romance with angst and all but this is one heck of a fun read!
Both these characters are smarty pants and scientist in their own right.
Millie Smithson is the daughter of a scientist and wants to control her life on her terms. Not just that but she want to travel, move out of the country and go to London, produce a face cream for women and hold her own bank account. The only thing that stands in the way is her father and…
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Sabrina Jeffries is one of my FAVORITE authors…
Blurb:From New York Times bestselling author Sabrina Jeffries, the deliciously sexy fourth book in the “Duke’s Men” Regency romance series—the first of which was called “a totally engaging, adventurous love story” (RT Book Reviews, Top Pick).
The heir presumptive to the Viscount Rathmoor, Dominick Manton once had his heart’s desire within reach—a bright future as a barrister and engagement to Jane Vernon, a wealthy baron’s daughter. Then a shattering betrayal by his vindictive brother George snatched away Dom’s inheritance and his hopes of offering Jane a secure future. Brokenhearted, and attempting to end their engagement without destroying Jane’s reputation, Dom staged a betrayal of his own to convince her that he’s not the husband-to-be that she thought.
Now George is gone and the viscountcy restored to Dom, since his brother’s widow, Nancy—Jane’s cousin and closest confidant—never bore an heir. But when Nancy goes missing, a panicked Jane calls on…
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Rosie’s Review for Romancing September Across the World’s E. L. Lindley Book…
Today’s book review comes from team member Cathy, she blogs at http://betweenthelinesbookblog.wordpress.com/
Cathy chose to read and review Dare To Lose by E.L. Lindley
After being forced out of her job as a school teacher after upwards of 25 years and being on the receiving end of some nasty school politics, Nicola opens the cafe she’s always dreamed of and her life begins to turn a corner. That is, apart from having her mother as a permanent houseguest and until her young American waitress, Jessica, doesn’t show up for work one day and is nowhere to be found. As Nicola becomes increasing worried she phones Jessica’s family in the United States. Nicola has no idea how this will impact on her life.
Jessica’s good looking but very uncommunicative and aloof father, Jack Nash, arrives in response to Nicola’s call. The local police aren’t making Jessica’s disappearance a priority so, as he is a detective…
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Carol’s review For Eva Devon’s, “Dreaming Of The Duke”. Isn’t life funny, I just did a review for this title yesterday…
(Duke’s Club, #2)
Genre: Historical Romance
A duchess who desires her freedom.
Cordelia Eversleigh, Duchess of Hunt, has spent her entire life in Egypt, sifting through the sands, cavorting with the local tribes, and uncovering the tombs of glorified ancient Egyptian accountants. Now, all she wishes is to go to Paris and study the mysteries of the hieroglyph. There’s only one problem. She needs to annul her marriage to the husband she has never met. But when she comes face to face with the infamous duke, he stirs a wicked desire in her nature that shocks her to the tips of her oh so practical toes.
A duke longing to be tamed.
Born the second son, Jack Eversleigh, now the Duke of Hunt, has accepted he is going to be a terrible duke. Loving wine, women, and song, he knows there’s only one thing to do. Live up…
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RATING: 4.5 Out Of 5 Stars
“A Feisty and Tough Heroine”
“A Swoon-Worthy, But Troubled Hero”
“A Romantic Journey From Beginning to End!
Cordelia Eversleigh, the Duchess of Hunt, has returned to London, and has resulted in stalking her own husband, Jack Eversleigh, the Duke of Hunt, to get one thing from him… an annulment. After following him into a place where no lady should go, she finally gets a chance to talk to him. After some light banter between them, Cordelia is about to tell him who she is and why she appeared before him, but she’s interrupted, and he walks out the door before she can tell him…
Jack has never met anyone like her, nor has been drawn to a woman like this before, and before he has a chance to learn her name he was interrupted to go save his twin brother from his drunken shenanigans. But luckily he knows where she is staying and decides to go officially meet her, but he never expected that the woman was his wife that his father had him married by proxy when they were children. And after learning that she was there to get an annulment he comes up with a proposition for her. She has to spend one week with him then he will give her freedom to what she wants, even back to her archeological pursuits…
But what they didn’t expect was once the they started, it was going to complicate their desired goals. Making them make a choice of whether to pursue their marriage or follow their own separate paths..
I came across this book when I received Eva Devon’s newsletter where it stated that this book was on sale at Amazon. After reading the synopsis for it, it peeked my interest enough that I went ahead and bought it. I am glad that I did, because I enjoyed Jack and Cordelia’s story. The heroine of the story was just fun. She was blunt, knew how to take care of herself, and was no shrinking miss. The hero was like all heroes in Historical Romances, maybe a touch more though, before they meet the woman for them, sexy and a complete Rake! It was delightful to read how Cordelia stands up to Jack and the times she was able to knock him down a peg or two. And the banter between them was really entertaining. As you turn each page you learn more aspects of their character, that help you understand how and why their characters turned out the way they did.
I enjoyed the funny one-liners that were said throughout the book, and the characters that delivered them had endeared themselves to me. The story plot, for the most part, flowed smoothly. In regards to this statement, as with all pros the can be listed, there is usually at least one or two cons that come up while reading in one way or the other, and for me the only thing that I was impartial to was there was too much sexual byplay that detracted the flow from the story at times, but luckily I was able to get back on track eventually.
A review by La Deetda Reads for Grace Burrowes, “What A Lady Needs For Christmas”…
Title: What a Lady Needs For Christmas
Genre: Historical Romance/Holiday
Author: Grace Burrowes
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca, Oct. 7, 2014
Source: Free for review from the publisher
Sexy Rating: 5
Description from Amazon.com:
The Best Gifts are the Unexpected Ones...
To escape a scandal, Lady Joan Flynn flees her family’s estate in the Scottish Highlands. She needs a husband by Christmas, or the holidays will ring in nothing but ruin.
Practical, ambitious mill owner Dante Hartwell offers to marry Joan, because a wellborn wife is his best chance of gaining access to aristocratic investors.
As Christmas—and trouble—draw nearer, Dante and Joan’s marriage of convenience blossoms into unexpected intimacy, for true love often hides beneath the most unassuming holiday wrapping…
Yes, all you romance lovers, Grace Burrowes has done it again. She has given us a damsel in distress, a hunky, hot hero to come to her rescue…
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