“A Lady In Attendance”

Book description: Five years in a New York state reformatory have left a blemish on Hazel’s real name. So when she takes a job as Doctor Gilbert Watts’s lady in attendance in 1898, she does so under an alias. In the presence of her quiet and pious employer, Hazel finds more than an income. She… Continue reading “A Lady In Attendance”

“A Bound Heart”

This is my first book by Laura Franz and it was great. I had no idea how this book was going to end.⚓️The book starts in Scotland in the 1750s. It mentions the colonies in America. This book covers a lot of time and space for the star crossed lovers. Only everything and the sun… Continue reading “A Bound Heart”

“Come Sweet Day”

Julianne Donaldson is so talented and has a way with words. Whether it’s fiction and you laugh then cry or this book of poetry where you feel the gut wrenching pain and loneliness she mentions. Because you’ve felt it too. This is such a beautiful book of poems of hope and to remember to rely… Continue reading “Come Sweet Day”

“Refining The Debutante”

I love Walker’s books and was excited for this story.🧽Miranda has it all. A man on her arm, beauty and fashion and a mouth to go with it. Too bad no one else sees her charm. When Ethan, said man, takes her to a party to introduce his friends to her, she effectively puts her… Continue reading “Refining The Debutante”

“A Dance in Donegal”

I didn’t know what I was really signing up for by reading this – I never read or remember book descriptions – but I loved the title, cover and I follow the author on IG. And she’s awesome. So I knew I had and wanted to read this.🍀Moira loses her mother and is living in… Continue reading “A Dance in Donegal”

“The Christmas Heirloom”

I listened to this an audiobook and it was so sweet and full of Christmas hope and love.❤️I loved how the stories were connected by the amethyst brooch and the women were related to each other. It starts in England in the early 1800s and through each story, it skips a generation and ends in… Continue reading “The Christmas Heirloom”

“An Ivy Hill Christmas”

I love the Ivy Hill series and coming back! It’s been a while though but that’s okay. I think this could be read as a stand-alone.🐶Where to start?! A. It’s Julie Klassen and I love her books. 2. It’s a Christmas story and C. A reformed rake trope!🐶Richard is a bachelor through and through. He… Continue reading “An Ivy Hill Christmas”

“A Hopeful Christmas”

This is a wonderful collection of Regency Christmas novellas. Hope, miracles and love can transform anyone but it seems especially magical at Christmas. Each of these authors are well versed in the Regency world. -Lord Blakely’s Gift by Anneka Walker – Ivy’s father refuses to visit his mother and his ancestral home because of a… Continue reading “A Hopeful Christmas”

“Miracle Creek Christmas”

I knew this had a Hallmarky feel to it but this was so much more! The characters felt real and had a lot of depth that most Hallmark movies miss (I haven’t read their books that they’re now publishing to know if that’s different).☃️Mark, known as the small hometown hero, can’t keep living life. He… Continue reading “Miracle Creek Christmas”

“The Anne of Green Gables Devotional”

About the Book: About the Author: I unfortunately didn’t grow up loving Anne. I never read “Anne of Green Gables” until last year! But I fell fast in love with it and knew Anne was a bosom friend I would’ve loved as a kid. I love her now as an adult ☺️🌸When I heard there… Continue reading “The Anne of Green Gables Devotional”