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To Marry A Scottish Laird by Lynsay Sands Giveaway + Exerpt

To Marry A Scottish Laird by Lynsay Sands Giveaway + Exerpt

Cam heard the trouble on the trail ahead before he saw it. The screams made him instinctively slow his horse as he rounded the bend, but when he saw a young boy being held by the scruff of his shirt and beaten by a big bull of a man, Cam reached for his sword and spurred his horse to move faster. A heartbeat later he’d reached the pair. The thud of his boots hitting the ground made the assailant glance around, just in time to see Cam’s sword hilt before it slammed into the big oaf’s head. The fellow went […]

• Posted July 23, 2014 • 0 Comments

His Mistress by Monica Burns | Book Review + Giveaway

His Mistress by Monica Burns | Book Review + Giveaway

My Thoughts “Emotional and Scorching!” Emotional and scorching, His Mistress by Monica Burns tell a story of one man, a solicitor and one woman, a spinster blackmailed into marrying each other.  Both are hiding secrets that would ruin them in the ton’s eyes.  This is Ms. Burns’ first book in her new Self-Made Men series and I loved this story.  Yes, it is erotic but it also has romance. To be honest, I was not expecting to be blown away by this book.  In fact, I am not a fan of the dom-sub trope in romance but I decided to read […]

• Posted May 12, 2014 • 0 Comments

Love, Technically by Lynne Silver | Book Review + Giveaway

Love, Technically by Lynne Silver | Book Review + Giveaway

This was a very quick and refreshing read for me.  I actually enjoyed the story despite thinking the female protagonist to be a bit dense but I guess, the author had to use someone who wasn’t as tech savvy as the male protagonist.  Despite that issue, I enjoyed it and read it in just one sitting. Noah Frellish, Billionaire CEO, helps Michelle Kolson one night while she was working late.  He introduces himself as “Sark” (his gaming handle), when he sees that the new employee doesn’t recognize him.  Michelle, on the other hand, finds herself attracted to this geek and […]

• Posted August 12, 2013 • 0 Comments

A Little Bit Sinful by Robyn DeHart | Book Review + Giveaway

A Little Bit Sinful by Robyn DeHart | Book Review + Giveaway

A Little Bit Sinful is the first book that I read written by Robyn Dehart and it turned out to be a refreshing read to me as well. This is also the second book in the series and I think it did well as a stand alone, seeing as I had not read the first book yet.

This story centers on Clarissa trying to steer her “perfect match” George, into proposing marriage to her. Unfortunately, it has taken him quite a while to propose and Clarissa is getting antsy.

• Posted May 10, 2013 • 0 Comments

The Seduction of Emily by Rachel Brimble | Book Review

The Seduction of Emily by Rachel Brimble | Book Review

MY THOUGHTS This story was a slow start for me.  I struggled a little through the whole book and there were a few times that I had to put the book down and then pick it up after a few hours. I did enjoy the romance between Emily and Will and I thought they were a perfect match.  Emily’s strength of character and kindness was the perfect salve for Will’s hatred and vengeance.  I was a little bit irritated with Emily’s attitude towards Nicholas and their arranged marriage.  Also, I couldn’t understand the change in Nicholas.  I mean, if he […]

• Posted April 15, 2013 • 0 Comments

Seducing the Princess by Mary Hart Perry | Book Review

Seducing the Princess by Mary Hart Perry | Book Review

 Mary Hart Perry is a new to me author and Seducing the Princess is the first book that I read.  I was thoroughly blown away!  I loved reading about Queen Victoria’s youngest daughter, Princess Beatrice.  Of course, I did a quick google search on her to read more about her and her life with the Queen.  I am amazed at how the author seamlessly intertwined Princess Beatrice’s story with the facts surrounding her love match with Henry Battenberg. The story was well written and I empathized with Princess Beatrice.  Queen Victoria really seemed like the villain of the story.  I can just imagine […]

• Posted March 28, 2013 • 0 Comments