#Book review #Bringing down the Duke by Evie Dunmore

Set in England, 1879, Bringing Down the Duke is an unusual historical romance. The main character, Annabelle Archer is a daughter of an impoverished country clergyman, which is fairly typical for the genre, but she is also among the first group of female students at Oxford University and is a political activist of the suffragette […]

#Book review #Well Met by Jen DeLuca

Emily is used to putting other people’s needs before her own. She dropped out of college to put her boyfriend through his expensive law school. He was supposed to help her after the graduation, but as soon as he got his new and shiny degree, he decided to break up with her and cancelled their […]

# First line Fridays # The Bromance Book Club

This wonderful meme is originally hosted by Hoarding Books. The idea is to share the first few lines of a book you are reading or have recently read and then present it. The first lines are: There was a reason Gavin Scott rarely drank. He was bad at it. As in, face-planted on the carpet […]

#Friday I’m in love #Romance Book review # Handle with Care by Helen Hunting

The next book set in Helena Hunting hilarious and sexy world of Shacking Up! Between his parents’ messed up marriage and his narcissistic younger brother, Lincoln Moorehead has spent the majority of his life avoiding his family. After the death of his father, Lincoln finds himself in the middle of the drama. To top it […]

He, she, baby bottle and Baby B # Book review #Call her mine by Melissa Foster

Synopsis: Two besties and a baby make for an instafamily and a surprising romance in a delightful series by Melissa Foster, the New York Times bestselling author of the Sugar Lake novels. Ben Dalton has always been honest, except where his heart is concerned. He’s been in love with his best friend—saucy, smart-mouthed Aurelia Stark—forever. […]

#Book Review #A Highlander walks into a Bar by LauraTrentham

An entertaining read just perfect for summer when my head stubbornly refuses to concentrate on merits of literary fiction, but wants romance, romance, romance…. And I got plenty of it with two lovely Scottish-American couples exploring what home, tradition and love is under the hot Georgian sun. Isabel (Izzy) Buchanan is such a mix of […]

#Book review # The Wedding Party by Jasmine Guillory

Looking for a modern and diverse romance for your summer read? Read and liked Jasmine Guillory’s The Proposal and The Wedding Date? The third book in the series called the Wedding Party is coming out on the 16th of August. The plot of The Wedding Party is pretty straightforward. Theo and Maddie have the same […]

# Book Review #Nothing but trouble by P.Dangelico

‘Nothing but trouble’ is a light enjoyable read with slow-burn-friends-to-lovers relationship in a college setting. Alice Bailey is a college transfer from New Jersey. She is fiercely independent and self-reliant. Unfortunately, on her first day at Malibu University she almost gets run over by a local water polo champion, rich, successful, and drop-dead gorgeous Reagan […]

# Book Review #Crazy Cupid Love by Amanda Heger

Looking for a bit of light-hearted romantic reading? This month I chose a few books that seemed to cover the romance genre from different angles: a legal romance (I am a big fan of Julie James), a sports romance (yes, hockey again, there’s nothing wrong with that) and …a bit of Greek-mythology-meets-contemporary-world rom-com. And the […]

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