The Nanny Bargain by Glynna Kaye: This was not an easy book to “get into”, as it was slow in parts. Unfortunately as it did not “grab” me within the first few chapters, I had to be patient and find ways to become attached to the characters and their relationships.
Royal Disaster by Parker Swift: Now that Dylan has brought their relationship public, Lydia’s life is a whirlwind. Pictures and derogatory comments in the paper, meetings with the queen and other royalty, and newfound business success that isn’t just because of her skills have taken over.
In A Millionaire at Midnight (Bachelor Auction #4) by Naima Simone, Morgan Lett should have known better when she began bidding on one of the bachelors up for auction at a Charity event she was attending. But it’s the only way she can prove to everyone that she’s over the […]
Stranded with the Secret Billionaire by Marion Lennox: Sometimes please everyone just lands in heartbreak and hurt. Sometimes though you need to hit that low to figure out what you want and how to make that happen. Penelope, Penny, Hindmarsh – Firth discovered that. She had finally decided that it wasn’t […]
In Six Impossible Things (Rhymes With Love #6) by Elizabeth Boyle, Lord Rimswell, aka Brody, was not prepared to take over the family role as baron when his brother was killed in the war. Nor was he ready to give up working for the Home Office as a spy. So […]
My Kind of You by Tracy Brogan finds Emily Callaghan returning home to Wenniway Island, broke, with her twelve year old daughter, Chloe, in tow. Estranged from her father, not close to her oldest sister, she’s unsure of what her welcome will be other than from her grandmother Gigi, who offers […]
The Magnate’s Mail-Order Bride by Joanne Rock: Circumstances sometimes force an issue that you never would have seen otherwise. Sometimes they make you see people in a new light and sometimes they become life altering.
In Slightly South of Simple (Peachtree Bluff #1) by Kristy Woodson Harvey, Georgia might have been on Ray Charles’s mind but it most certainly was never on Caroline Murphy’s. Or in her plans. She’s a New Yorker through and through, after all. But since suffering public humiliation in the form […]
Bay Song by Noelle Adams is not the book I expected. It has an air of my mystery and suspense that kept me on the edge for more of the book. This is the story of Holly and Cade.
Their Surprise Daddy by Ruth Logan Herneis such an enjoyable read, including the opportunity to read once again about the Gallagher family, about whom I read in other Love Inspired books. They are such a close loving, fun loving and tight knit family.