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This was a fun fast read. It reminded me of a mashup between a Regency “She’s All That” and Cinderella. It was full of drama, miscommunication and bodies of water. 😉 I didn’t know how it was going to end!📝Mr. Malcolm, while not titled, has plenty of wealth and prestige that women throw themselves at …

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I’ve read Sarah’s historical books but not her contemporary romance books and I’ve heard great things about it. But it kept going on and I put it off because I was scared that I wouldn’t love it as much as it’s hyped up. Does that ever happen to you?🦮Evie has epilepsy and lives on her …

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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 …

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You are going to want to grab this book and cozy up in blankets. This is such a sweet story and short novella but it puts you in the Christmas mood from a Christmas carnival to family time to the smells of the season like fresh baked cinnamon rolls. Like seriously- I need some cinnamon …

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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 …

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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 …

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This was a great story. I loved learning about the different Victorian parlor games they played and the history with the royal family. Hastings did a great job making it seem real and authentic. The characters were fantastic and I kinda want my husband to call me “liebling” which means darling or sweetheart.🎄George and Drina …

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Ghosts + Hidden Treasure + Sally Britton writing = super fun book!👻Louisa and her mother are destitute and must sell their townhouse. Her mother will stay with a friend and send Louisa to Northumberland in the middle of nowhere to stay with her great aunt.👻Harbottle is near the Scottish border and you can hardly call …

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