September 2020 Reviews
#A Cowboy’s Proposal by @cj_carmichael is a second chance love story with a bit of mystery. Dylan is back to clear his name, win Catherine back, and settle down. Catherine’s heart was broken and she has tried to move on. I really like that even though Catherine was deeply hurt, her trust never wavered and she’s still there to help Dylan while not being a push over. A nice story of trust, family and romance. #TheShannonSisters #CJCarmichael #TulePublishing #ACowboysProposal #ContemporaryRomance #WesternRomance #SecondChanceRomance
A Heartfelt Christmas Promise by @NancyNaigle celebrates the holidays, small-town traditions, and captures the spirit of the season. A Heartfelt Christmas Promise is a story of career driven woman gaining a new perspective on life once she spends some time in a small town.. A good story to start off your holiday reading.
Gone for Good by @harlancoben is a fantastic thriller with so many interesting and varied characters. You will never see where this book is going. There are so many plot twists with the epic final which leaves you gapping with a “no way”. My first Harlan Coben read and will definitely grab more of his work. #MurderThriller #Suspense
#Darling, Dance with Me by @aislingmagicauthor is a romantic comedy with lots of emotions. There is a lot packed into this quick read novella. I thought the writing was fresh, the dialogue entertaining, and loved the interesting and varied characters. Overall, an enjoyable read and just what I needed to brighten my day. #darlingdancewithmebook #romanticcomedybook #indieauthor #romancenovella #newadult
#Pumpkin Patch Sweethearts by @sasha.summers is full of family, small town vibes, community, and love. A sweet romance centered around the town’s Fall festival. It is an easy, comforting read. I loved the characters, the setting, and the plot. A good read to get you in the Fall season mood. #SmallTownRomance #GetInTheMoodForFall #TulePublishing
#Kate by @charyseawrites is a new adult romance that is very well written. It is full of emotions. The main character Kate is a really closed off character and hard to get into. Give it time, and you’ll be glad you stuck with the story. There are secrets and twists, family dynamics, and wonderful characters. A good read! #NewAdult #CollegeRomance #ContemporaryRomance
A Highlander is Coming to Town by @LauraTrentham is the third book in the Highland, Georgia romantic comedy series. Started off slow for me, but I’m glad I stuck with it. It soon took my notice and had me turning the pages. Characters are well written. I liked the town dynamics and how Claire was soon entwined with town though she tried to hid. Interesting secondary characters, especially Ms. Meadows. A bit of Scottish and southern charm and a “Christmas miracle”. #HEA #ChristmasRomance #RomCom
#Runaway by @emilierichards is a very well written story of life on the streets and a sister trying to find her runaway sister. Krista delves into the life of a runaway while feeling all the emotions involved; love, guilt, and worry. Sometimes she puts herself at risks without even knowing it. Journalist Jess has been researching runaways and she has caught his attention as not the typical runaway and he’s there to try to keep her safe and help find her sister. Krista is slow to trust him, and he walks a fine line of helping her, gaining her trust, but also wanting her story. This is a three-book series. The books do not end in cliffhangers, but each book expands the storyline. #TheHomecomingSeries #RomanticSuspense
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Darling Dance with Me has the most beautiful cover ever 😍😍😍
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Great list of new books to enjoy!
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