“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”

“The Friend Zone”

This is like 3.5 stars. This has been on my tbr pile for forever! I listened to the audiobook (I didn’t love the narration but it wasn’t enough to stop me). It kept me interested throughout.🍔Kristen makes small dog t-shirts and hires out a carpenter to make ladders for small dogs. It’s a successful business… Continue reading “The Friend Zone”

“His Stand-In Holiday Girlfriend”

This was such a great novella to put you in the Christmas spirit!🎄Ellie is starting a new job at an architecture firm as an intern. It’s not off to the best start, after getting coffees for everyone she takes a sip of her tea but spits out hot coffee…in the middle of an important meeting… Continue reading “His Stand-In Holiday Girlfriend”

“A Duke For Lady Eve”

I loved this book and how Evelyn pretended to be a Lady, not to catch a Duke but because she pretended to be one when she was a little girl. I definitely pretended to be a princess when I was a girl. And then reading and learning that Evelyn plays with her younger brothers and… Continue reading “A Duke For Lady Eve”

“All Hearts Come Home For Christmas”

I kept hearing about this book and I’m glad that I was able to read it through Net Galley. It’s always fun revisiting characters you know so well and love like in Sarah M. Eden’s book, Christmas at Falstone Castle. It was a sweet second chance at love story by someone I had never really… Continue reading “All Hearts Come Home For Christmas”

“A Proper Scandal”

I read this book last year in May, when it released, but am doing a blog post about it! 1) Because I love this book so much and 2) Going back and looking at my review just doesn’t do it justice! Here is my review from May 2019 “I LOVED this book! It was so… Continue reading “A Proper Scandal”

“Dangerous Alliance”

On IG, a fellow bookstagrammers started the “Austenatious Book Club” which features work by Jane Austen as well as Austen-inspired! For January’s read was the debut by Jennieke Cohen. Blurb: The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue meets Jane Austen in this witty, winking historical romance with a dash of mystery! Lady Victoria Aston has… Continue reading “Dangerous Alliance”

“The Last Word”

I really enjoyed this debut Victorian historical from Hastings. Lucinda finished attending finishing school and is ready to go back to real life – help her father with the ledgers from his countinghouse, read her favorite serial book (it comes chapter by chapter in a magazine) but she is denied both.📜 Lucinda is a stubborn… Continue reading “The Last Word”

“The Lady and the Highwayman”

This book was really slow to get into, the two main characters, Fletcher and Elizabeth, are both dread penny authors which are serial novels, coming out one chapter at a time in a magazine or newspaper or sold for a penny. And it switches between their POV as well as reading their dreadfuls. It was… Continue reading “The Lady and the Highwayman”