“His Accidental Wife”

Ronald is unlucky in love and orders a mail-order bride. Dorothy is running away and has a secret. Who holds the high card? Love is the ultimate high stakes game that none were expecting to play.♥️This is my first book by Frank but I’ve seen other Western books by her. By the names of some… Continue reading “His Accidental Wife”

“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”

“The Last Eligible Bachelor”

This was a fun idea for a book- like a Regency Bachelor show plus secret identity/goose girl and forbidden love. Great romance and characters. Tillie was once a lady but with her father in prison, she goes down the society ladder and is a lady’s maid. This drop of station could be worse. She gets… Continue reading “The Last Eligible Bachelor”

“The Doctor and the Midwife”

Happy Release to this book! It came out yesterday, September 1st, 2020. I read Alva’s first book and while these are loosely connected, it can be read as a stand alone.👩🏼‍⚕️ Audrey is a midwife that practices with home births. She meets the hot but arrogant young doctor, Ammon, and it’s instant loathing.👨‍⚕️ Ammon is… Continue reading “The Doctor and the Midwife”

“The Invention of Sophie Carter”

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”

“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”

“Letters for Phoebe”

Sally has done it again! I was seriously in a reading funk and not much could keep my interest (world ending pandemic stress just keeping my spirits down) but this book rescued me from the depths of despair 😩 😅💌 Phoebe and her friends from finishing school have vowed to marry for love. They have… Continue reading “Letters for Phoebe”

Huntington Beach series

So funny story – last week my family went to the coast and met up with my brother-in-law’s family. My boys were excited to play with their cousins that they hadn’t seen in forever (thanks Coronavirus) and I knew the perfect books to bring for a picture! My bro and sis-in-law looked at me like… Continue reading Huntington Beach series