Book Review

Scot Under the Covers

Scot Under the Covers The Wild Wicked Highlanders Suzanne Enoch St. Martins Press, Jan 2020 352 pages Historical Romance Pub’s rep via NetGalley ⭐⭐⭐⭐🌙 4.5 The cover is great for this book and typical for a Suzanne Enoch story. She’s an author whose name sells books because she writes such good ones. I, however, really… Continue reading Scot Under the Covers

Book Review

Being Released Today!

Genesis Rising Elle Lewis When I got the second book in the series, I immediately had to read the first one since this is my usual way to do things. And it was certainly worth it! Dark Touch is great! I won’t do a total review, but just say a bit. Sloan is our heroine… Continue reading Being Released Today!

Book Review

The Yellow Bird Sings

The Yellow Bird Sings Jennifer Rosner Flatiron Books, Mar 2020 304 pages Historical novel, WWII Triggers: rape, abortion, racial segregation, war. NetGalley ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ The cover is simple and most misleading as to any clue to the story. Well, unless you picture this as what Shira sees in her mind. No, I don’t believe Shira ever… Continue reading The Yellow Bird Sings

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The Disharmony of Silence

The Disharmony of Silence Linda Rosen Black Rose Writing, Mar 5, 2020 296 pages Cultural Family Story, Jewish, Genealogy Provided by publisher via NetGalley ⭐⭐⭐⭐ 🌙 The cover doesn’t really look like much initially. The bow doesn’t look like much of a bow and you really can’t see too much of the cameo. And the… Continue reading The Disharmony of Silence

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Wild, Wild Rake

Wild, Wild Rake The Cavensham Heiresses Janna MacGregor St. Martin’s Press, Feb 25, 2020 Historical Romance Provided by Author’s rep via NetGalley ⭐⭐⭐⭐ The cover is lovely and romantic, even more so than the rest of the books in this series. I have read and reviewed only the first and fifth books. All of the… Continue reading Wild, Wild Rake


Just some thoughts…

Just some thoughts… I should keep y’all updated on what’s new on my “shelves” and what I’ve borrowed, too. Yes, I actually went to the library. It’s not that I don’t like the library, but I really like to own my books after I read them. I kept seeing reviews on The Children of the… Continue reading Just some thoughts…

Book Review

Forever My Duke

Forever My Duke Unlikely Duchesses Olivia Drake St. Martin’s Press, Dec 31, 2019 384 pages Historical romance Author’s rep via NetGalley ⭐⭐⭐⭐🌙 The cover doesn’t particularly appeal to me. It seems to lack the richness that we have come to expect from top-notch romances lately. The background simply fades in spite of its bright yellow… Continue reading Forever My Duke

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Recipe for a Perfect Wife

Recipe for a Perfect Wife Karma Brown Dutton, 21 Jan 2020 336 pages Women’s Lit Provided by NetGalley ⭐⭐⭐🌙 I like the concept of the cover with one exception. Can you guess what it is? If you’ve been reading my reviews for any length of time about cover art, I’ll bet you can. Yup! Uncover… Continue reading Recipe for a Perfect Wife

Book Review

High Heels & Beetle Crushers

High Heels & Beetle Crushers The Life, Losses and Loves of an Officer and Lady Jackie Skingley Chronos Books, 14 Dec 2019 328 pages Memoirs Provided by NetGalley ⭐⭐⭐⭐🌙 I know the cover is meant to be military-ish, but it simply isn’t appealing, eye-catching, or attractive. There were so many things in this book that… Continue reading High Heels & Beetle Crushers

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A Cowboy Like You

A Cowboy Like You Heart of Texas Donna Grant St. Martins Press, Nov 26, 2019 304 pages Western Romance, Second Chance Romance Provided by Author’s rep via NetGalley ⭐⭐⭐⭐ The cover doesn’t tell us much except that we’re dealing with a good-looking, clean-cut, hardworking cowboy. But that’s probably enough to get most of us who… Continue reading A Cowboy Like You