Publisher: Kensington

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Jan 13
Blog Tour: Review-Vanessa Kelly’s How to Plan a Wedding for a Royal Spy + Giveaway

Blog Tour: Review-Vanessa Kelly’s How to Plan a Wedding for a Royal Spy + Giveaway

I love reunited lovers plots and can’t say no to anything involving spies especially in historical romance. When the opportunity came to participate in the blog tour for Vanessa Kelly’s How to Plan a Wedding for a Royal Spy, I couldn’t say no! Besides I’m always looking for new historical romance authors to read and Kelly has been on my radar, but I haven’t had a chance to read anything she’s written. We have good character development and Kelly spends an equal amount of time with each of her characters so we get to know them really well. Evie Whitney is quiet and always gets in trouble despite not causing it. It was pretty easy to understand which twin her mother prefers (Evie’s twin is Eden and she’s rambunctious and… Read more »

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Nov 21
Blog Tour: Review-Victoria Alexander’s The Shocking Secret of a Guest at the Wedding + Giveaway

Blog Tour: Review-Victoria Alexander’s The Shocking Secret of a Guest at the Wedding + Giveaway

I’ve read a few of Victoria Alexander’s books in the past and I’m always annoyed with myself for not keeping up with her. She’s definitely an author I’ve enjoyed and when the opportunity came to take part in the blog tour for The Shocking Secret of a Guest at the Wedding I knew I couldn’t pass up the chance. Even though it’s the fourth book in the series you can easily pick this up and is very much a standalone novel. We have really good character development and have a wide array of characters that play a vital role. Our main characters are Jackson Quincy Graham Channing and Lady Theodosia “Teddy” Winslow. I adored Jackson! I felt bad for his upbringing in terms of a shocking secret which I won’t… Read more »

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Jul 25
Book Review: Joanne Fluke’s Cinnamon Roll Murder

Book Review: Joanne Fluke’s Cinnamon Roll Murder

I’ve heard great things about Joanne Fluke and her Hannah Swenson series. When the opportunity came to review Cinnamon Roll Murder, I was excited and ready to dive in. In the end, I make the mistake of not reading the other books that precede Cinnamon Roll Murder since it picks up where Devils Food Cake Murder ends. I do feel in order to better appreciate Cinnamon Roll Murder, one has to read the previous books in the series. I really wanted to like Fluke’s Cinnamon Roll Murder, but it just falls flat. As I stated, it is part of a series and by the time you get to the fifteenth book there’s only so much you can do regarding character development. For a new reader it’s easy to get lost… Read more »

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