Can’t Help Falling by Cara Bastone is the second book in the Forever Yours series but was great as a stand-alone. The book was beautifully written, had a great plot, interesting characters, and flowed so smoothly. My attention was grabbed on the first page and it was so good that […]
My Kind of Earl by Vivienne Lorret is the second book in the Mating Habits of Scoundrels series. The series is based on three bluestocking debutantes on the hunt for husbands who realize they need a book to guide them on how to recognize when a man is looking for […]
Montana Wishes by Amy Vastine is the second book in the Blackwell Sisters series. I read it as a stand-alone, but I think that if I’d have read the first book it would have been better because it set the background for the series. There are five books in the series […]
All Scot and Bothered by Kerrigan Byrne is the second book in the Devil You Know series and although it can be read as a stand-alone, I do think reading the books in order improves the books. The series is based on three eccentric women who attended school together and […]
Roommaid by Sariah Wilson: Wow! This was the first book I’ve read by this author and I’m so glad I had the chance. It was beautifully written, had a great storyline, and charming characters. It was easy to read and kept my attention from the beginning.
A Rogue of One’s Own by Evie Dunmore is the second book in the A League of Extraordinary Women. While I haven’t read the first book and don’t think it affected this book, I’m certainly interested in reading it after this book. Evie Dunmore did a wonderful job describing the history […]
How to Catch a Sinful Marquess by Amy Rose Bennett is the third book in the Disreputable Debutantes. This has been such a fun series to read with a unique storyline of four ladies being expelled from a ladies’ academy.
Yours to Keep by Lauren Layne is the second book in the Man of the Year series but was fine reading as a stand-alone. The book was fast-paced, flowed smoothly, and had charming characters. Carter and Olive’s characters were so lovable, and their witty banter kept me smiling until the end.
So True by Serena Bell is the second book in the Tierney Bay. Chiara Campbell’s heart broke when Jax, her first love left town without telling her he was leaving or contacting her at all. Shortly afterward her parents died, and her life changed. Her ten-year high school reunion was […]
A Year with the Millionaire Next Door by Barbara Wallace: This was the first book I’ve read from this author and I’m glad I had the chance because I really enjoyed it. It was well written, flowed smoothly, and had an interesting storyline that caught my attention. Dame Agnes Moreland, a […]