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Blog Tour: The Bridesmaid’s Dilemma, by Karen King

With more than 120 books under her belt, professional author Karen King has tried her hand at everything from children's books to YA, joke books and even to romance novels. She's always experimenting, and so when Accent Press asked me to be part of a blog tour for her upcoming book The Bridesmaid's Dilemma I jumped at… Continue reading Blog Tour: The Bridesmaid’s Dilemma, by Karen King

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Blog Tour: Sweet Peas and Sunshine in Nightingale Square, by Heidi Swain

This is a lovely warm bath of a novel: something you can sink into and forget about the world for a bit in. I always feel that it can be a delicate balance writing romance, but Sweet Peas and Sunshine hit the perfect note, and the end result was something charming, light-hearted and very easy… Continue reading Blog Tour: Sweet Peas and Sunshine in Nightingale Square, by Heidi Swain

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Review: Nineteen Letters, by Jodi Perry

This was an interesting read. I'll admit that I'm not one for romance novels, unless they're tied up with an adventure story or some kind of other main plotline. So with that in mind, I decided to take a chance on Jodi Perry's Nineteen Letters. And I'm glad I did. The story is sweet, unusual… Continue reading Review: Nineteen Letters, by Jodi Perry

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Review: The View from Rainshadow Bay, by Colleen Coble

Besides the very lovely front cover, this book ultimately left me pretty disappointed. I’ve not read a Colleen Coble novel before, so I picked it up with curiosity- it’s a romantic suspense novel with some murders thrown in, which promised to make for an exciting read- and indeed, it starts with a bang. Murders start… Continue reading Review: The View from Rainshadow Bay, by Colleen Coble

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Review: The Mermaid and Mrs. Hancock, by Imogen Hermes Gowar

A visual feast for the eyes, this book. Quite aside from the gorgeous cover, this equally gorgeous book served up rich characterwork, a fascinating story and a world that you wanted to dive into. Yes, I loved it- and quite right too. Set in Georgian England, The Mermaid and Mrs Hancock focusses mainly on the… Continue reading Review: The Mermaid and Mrs. Hancock, by Imogen Hermes Gowar