Seduction at the Christmas Court by Jenna Jaxon Review copy procured free from online retailer (Smashwords, I think it was). In Seduction at the Christmas Court, a short Medieval romance novel by Jenna Jaxon set in 1349, when Lady Alyse and Geoffrey Longford are summoned from their first Christmas together by King Edward, Alyse looks… Continue reading Review: Seduction at the Christmas Court by Jenna Jaxon
Hi everyone. I hope you are well. I have been reading and, this last two weeks, dealing with hurricanes and hurricane damage but all’s well now. I have a mini-review for you of my latest finished read. Second in a series. The first was The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. And I could’ve sworn I… Continue reading Mini-review: The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants by Ann Brashares
This will be a different review than you’re used to, it’s a non-fiction, pagan primer, so to speak, I’ve had on the TBR list… A Victorian Grimoire by Patricia J. Telesco Personal purchase…quite a few years ago! A Victorian Grimoire had some interesting historical tidbits–not as much as I’d hoped, and some were a bit…… Continue reading Mini review: A Victorian Grimoire by Patricia J. Telesco
Rules for a Proper Governess by Jennifer Ashley (This book was a personal purchase) Synopsis from Good Reads: To Kiss A Thief… Scottish barrister Sinclair McBride can face the most sinister criminals in London – but the widower’s two unruly children are a different matter. Little Caitlin and Andrew go through a governess a week,… Continue reading Review: Rules for a Proper Governess
Grace Unmasked by Suzanne G. Rogers (personal purchase) Grace Unmasked is the second in Suzanne G. Rogers’ Mannequin series. An historical romance set in the late 1800s Grace Unmasked follows young lady Grace Fiddick, daughter of a poor carriage driver, who faces a series of less than happy events from being thrown out of… Continue reading Review: Grace Unmasked by Suzanne G. Rogers
Staurolite by Marsha A. Moore (Author supplied me with my review copy for an impartial review) When the Black Dragon’s evil Cimafra attack Dragonspier all who are able are forced to fight, including Lyra’s beloved Cullen. Meanwhile, Lyra must transcribe her ancestors’ books looking for a way to defeat the black dragon. As she does… Continue reading Review: Staurolite by Marsha A. Moore
The Earl’s London Bride. (Also known as The Earl’s Unsuitable Bride? It looks like the Ms. Royals changed the title, after I downloaded it.) by Lauren Royal & Devon Royal (Personal purchase) I picked this one up recently, and got interested in the author (Lauren) at the same time. She’s just as charming as her… Continue reading The Earl’s London Bride (Chase Family Series #1)
Reading update. Okay, since I had time and so finally finished Laura Strickland’s The Tenth Suitor. If you saw my snippet of it the other day…the synopsis basically covers the story. So, The Tenth Suitor (Twelve Brides of Christmas Book 10) by Laura Strickland Publisher: The Wild Rose Press (review copy acquired by: personal purchase)… Continue reading review: The Tenth Suitor by Laura Strickland.
In City in the Autumn Stars, Manfred von Bek escapes from revolutionary Paris, heading for home in Mirenburg, when he falls into the age-old von Bek family dilemma of serving, or not….
WITCH’S MOONSTONE LOCKET Coon Hollow Coven Tales, book 1 by Marsha A. Moore Reading copy: personal purchase. Marsha A. Moore’s novel, WITCH’S MOONSTONE LOCKET, the first in a new series, incidentally, called Coon Hollow Coven Tales, concerns Jancie a young woman who wants to go to the coon hollow coven festival, but there’s a problem…her father is intensely… Continue reading review: Witch’s Moonstone Locket, by Marsha A. Moore