Brazen & the Beast by Sarah MacLean: Blog Tour Review + Giveaway

An historical romance with excellent sexy times, fabulous banter, and some mobster vibes? Yes please! My SIL Heather was a huge fan of this one, and thinks you will be too! New York Times Bestselling Author Sarah MacLean returns with the next book in the Bareknuckle Bastards series about three brothers bound by a secret... Continue Reading →

One Fine Duke by Lenora Bell: Blog Tour Review + Giveaway

Today's bite-sized review from my sister-in-law tackles One Fine Duke by Lenora Bell, the third book in the School for Dukes series! This sort of feels like coming full circle for Heather (my SIL) and I, because the FIRST book in this series is what started us down the rabbit hole of exploring and reading... Continue Reading →

This Scot of Mine by Sophie Jordan

It's time for another rapid romance review from my SIL Heather, this time featuring This Scot of Mine by Sophie Jordan. Here's what she had to say: She couldn't stay where she was. Nothing a little lie and a big cursed man in a kilt couldn't fix! Superstition may run deep, but love can run... Continue Reading →

Devil’s Daughter by Lisa Kleypas: Sneak Peek

Today, we've got a steamy sneak peek at Devil's Daughter by Lisa Kleypas, the latest in the author's swoony historical romance series. Once you're done fanning yourself over this short but worthwhile sneak peek, keep reading to learn more about the book! [pdf-embedder url="" title="Devil's Daughter_blog tour excerpt"] Although beautiful young widow Phoebe, Lady Clare,... Continue Reading →

One Day in December by Josie Silver

Here's a late entry to one of my favorite books of 2018: One Day in December by Josie Silver, an utterly charming story about love, friendship, and destiny. Two people. Ten chances. One unforgettable love story. Laurie is pretty sure love at first sight doesn't exist anywhere but the movies. But then, through a misted-up... Continue Reading →

2018: The Year of Reading Romance

So here's a thing: 2018 is the year I started reading romance. I have read young adult (and some middle grade/children's books) almost exclusively for about 10+ years now. It's not that I have anything against adult fiction -- I just generally prefer YA, for one reason or another. And even when I have read... Continue Reading →

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