For the Sake of the Family, Everyone Must Believe She is a Son
Come by to check out my take on THE SIGHT, a brief interview with author, Chloe Neill, and Giveaways with really great prizes.
An unwed mother who teaches in an elite, private, girls’ school and an enigmatic war hero become very close friends in this late-Regency romance.
A hard-headed reporter mourning his partner, photographer and best friend gets a new assignment before he’s ready and gets a new partner.
A young blind woman and her father escape Paris with a national treasure as a brilliant, young man is denied his future as a scientist to be thrown into war. This is about the good and bad in people as they are reduced to survival conditions.
An intellectual young woman of the Regency Period, sometimes called a Blue Stocking, meets her match in her bff’s cousin.
When a war wound leaves Flavian with holes in his memory he relies on his friends. A young widow, Agnes hopes to marry again but is resigned to a quiet life. What could one have to do with the other?
by fangswandsfairy • Book Release Event!, Book Review Fiction, Contemporary Romance/Erotica, Contemporary Romantic Suspense • Tags: amputation, Annapolis, Avon, Baltimore, betrayal, Chesapeake Bay, crime, defense contractor, foster child, group home, Hard Ink, HarperCollins, honorable discharge, Maryland, military, Special forces, Tattoo, veterans, war
Today is the release day for the third book in the Hard ink series from Laura Kaye. I signed up for the whole enchilada with this release: launch review, except and giveaways! YOU don’t want to miss it!
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, Contemporary Romance/Erotica • Tags: Auto Mechanics, dogs, Dysfunctional Family, green mountain, Hannah, Iraq, Marie Force, Puppies, small town, vermont, war, War Widow
Love in a goldfish bowl! Imagine having everyone in town know who you’re dating and when he stays over. When the town mechanic and the widow of a favorite son/Iraq war hero get together sparks and gossip fly!
In romance novels and classics written in the Georgian and Regency, and Victorian periods young English men were always going off to and coming home from wars. What wars were thy and where. Easy to answer, right. Not so much. Check out what I learned.