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Peacock Hill Romance series

Happy Tuesday! Today I thought I'd do something different. Instead of leaving you with a review, I wanted to spotlight a series I've thoroughly enjoyed. The Peacock Hill Romance series, written by Elizabeth Maddrey, is one that captivated me from book one and had me eagerly reaching for the next in series as soon as… Continue reading Peacock Hill Romance series


Review: Castle on the Rise

Happy Monday, Reader Friends! I hope you had a warmer weekend! I don't know about you but we've been have a pretty good chill in northern Virginia. But today and tomorrow are supposed to be warmer. Hooray! Anywho, I'm sharing my thoughts on Kristy Cambron's Castle on the Rise. It's book 2 in the Lost Castle series.… Continue reading Review: Castle on the Rise


Interview with Karina Bartow

Happy Monday, Reader Friends! I hope you had a great bookish weekend! Today I'm kicking off the week with an interview with Karina Bartow as she celebrates her book release. I think you'll love getting to know her! Let's get started! About the Book When Charlee Stoll loses all memory of him, Hunter Jett knows… Continue reading Interview with Karina Bartow


Author Interview: Paula Moldenhauer

Happy Monday, Reader Friends! I have the lovely Paula Moldenhauer with me today. She's stopped by to talk about her novella in the upcoming A Bouquet of Brides collection. It looks like another good romance collection from Barbour. Don't forget to show Paula some love in the comments. About the Book At Home with Daffodils by Paula Moldenhauer… Continue reading Author Interview: Paula Moldenhauer


TBT Novel: Looks Like Love

Happy Thursday, Reader Friends! Today I'm featuring Brandy Bruce's novel, Looks Like Love. This Throwback Thursday novel takes us to 2010. Have you read it? About the Book “With a warm, witting writing style and an adorably self-deprecating heroine, Brandy Bruce’s Looks Like Love is part travelogue, part survival guide for the lovelorn, and 100 percent fun… Continue reading TBT Novel: Looks Like Love