Reading The Little Wartime Library took me to a world full of deadly destruction, yet the hope, romance, and a darling little underground library drove home the reality of WWII. I will never be able to fathom the horrors of that time, yet this wasn’t all that long ago. I miss my grandmother a little…
Would you enter into an alliance with your enemy if it meant you could save someone you loved? Lissa Morgan does just that in her newest medieval Welsh novel, An Alliance With His Enemy Princess.
Carl Rackman brings sophistication and elegance to a mystery fraught with danger. Irex is an amazing historical mystery thriller that had me on the edge of my seat. Many thanks to Carl Rackman for providing me with a complimentary digital copy of Irex with a request for an honest review. Also, thanks to Dave at The Write…
Mimi Matthews does it again! Just when I think I can’t love her more, she surprises me. The Belle of Belgrave Square is the surprise this time.
John Siefring’s novel, Caleb’s Window, tells an endearing story of love, loss, and the reflection of life gone by.
The Marquess of Yew Park House by Lotte James gives readers a wonderful couple to root for. The intrigue and mystery will have you hooked from beginning to end!
Sophie Irwin wins the day with her debut novel, A Lady’s Guide to Fortune-Hunting. This Regency novel is hilarious and full of romance and deception.
The Homewreckers by Mary Kay Andrews shows readers the majestic beauty of Savannah, Georgia. Andrews blends a deep mystery with the brilliance of a rom-com and wraps readers around her finger. Keep reading for more about this book and highlights from Tybee Island.