A family heads out to Cape Cod for vacation. The trip doesn’t go as planned. What ever does?
Becky Brandon is traveling the American West with her entourage of friends – and a frenemy – to rescue her father and her friend Suze’s husband from the clutches of an evil yoga instructor. But, of course, that’s not all that’s going on.
Tammy Jo Trask, bumbling Southern Witch is in trouble again in the second installment of Kimberly Frost’s Southern Witch series. With all the pixie dust floating around the whole town needs to be swiffered!
A rugged mountain man meets up with his first love who has returned to the area after losing her job in a salon to the rich and famous.
The author uses a plural point of view to tell the story of three sisters returning to their parents’ home as adults.
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, Contemporary Romance/Erotica • Tags: Berkley, Contemporary Romance, country store, Diner, family, maple syrup, Marie Force, Moose, Penguin, small town, steamy romance, vermont
A hot CFO falls for a waitress in small town Vermont. His many siblings, his parents and even a moose get in on the action.
by fangswandsfairy • 2015 Reading Challenges, Book Review Fiction, New Adult Romance • Tags: Affair, banking, boston, business, drugs, family, illegitimacy, personal assistant, Samantha Young, scandal, secrets, suicide
Big secrets and scandalous family history present obstacles for a wealthy businessman and his PA. Sort of “ingenue meets billionaire.”
by fangswandsfairy • 2015 Reading Challenges, historic elements, Historical Romance, Time Travel • Tags: American Revolution, clans, Colonial America, Continental Congress, family, fear, Fiction, Fidelity, Freedom, Historical Fiction, Jamie Fraser, Outlander, Time Travel
Continuing into the start of the American Revolution Jamie and Claire have to determine whether and when to declare themselves on the side of the revolution.
Trapped at the Altar is set in an unusual time period for romance: the Restoration, in the reign of Charles II. A young couple struggle to find trust and love in their arranged marriage and the dangerous arena of Charles II’s court, and at the same time fulfill their families’ expectations.
Celia Wird and her sisters have been called a lot of things, but they are pretty weird. As they prepare to move on to a new phase in their lives an old friend calls on them for help against vampires. To help him they will first have to help themselves and neutralize an evil curse.
Two sisters lives during the 1940s and early 1950s.
Check out what I have to say. Any book that starts off with: “My father’s wife died. My mother said we should drive down to his place and see what might be in it for us.” is sure to be interesting.
Isabelle runs away on a quest to save her family from a mysterious threat but must be rescued by Gervase, a French Duke. Which of them will save the other from the traumatic plots that await them?