1. The Way of Kings I’ve read the Mistborn series and Elantris and Warbreaker from Sanderson and my husband devours every book of his. So when my husband, very much a non reader tells me to read a book – I take it seriously and so far his recs haven’t disappointed. And neither has this… Continue reading My Top 10 Reads of 2020!
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… Continue reading “A Royal Christmas Quandary”
Happy National Author’s day! I feel so blessed to follow and come to know so many authors that I can call them friends. They are so kind and giving. So go show an author some love!!🖊Here’s how!☑️ Buy their book! If paperback is too much you can buy an ebook.☑️ Review their book! Don’t just… Continue reading Happy National Author’s Day
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”
Loved the book “The Invention of Sophie Carter”. It was described as a Victorian “Parent Trap” with identical twins switching places. 😁⏱ Sophie and Mariah Carter are orphaned twins living off the kindness -scratch that- ness of others. They were put to work at a young age and never had much affection except for each… Continue reading “The Invention of Sophie Carter”