Book Review

Ruthless King

Mount Trilogy Book 1 by Meghan Morgan I haven't yet read a book by Meghan March that I haven't loved reading. Somehow you always end up falling in love with her characters. Even if they are an Anti Hero. Lochlan Mount is the King of New Orleans. He knows exactly whats happening in his domain… Continue reading Ruthless King

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Hell on Wheels

Kings of Mayhem M.C. Book Four by Penny Dee As you all know I just love M.C. books and Penny Dee's Kings of Mayhem Series is one of my favourite series. If you have read any of the Kings of Mayhem books then you really must read this book as well. Every new book Penny… Continue reading Hell on Wheels

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An Unsuitable Woman

by Kat Gordon I enjoy reading historical fiction especially when it's in regards to the British Empire and the lives of the colonialists. Whether it's set in India, Africa etc. If you enjoy books by Dinah Jefferies, Marius Gabriel and Janet Trotter MacLeod, then this book is definitely for you and should be added to… Continue reading An Unsuitable Woman

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The Glittering Hour

By Iona Grey What a great book this is. I found it very hard to put down, but the closer I got to the end of the book I started to slow my reading pace as I just didn't want it to end! The story flits between the Roaring 20's and the 1930's. Where the… Continue reading The Glittering Hour

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The Other Half of Augusta Hope

By Joanna Glen I really didn't enjoy this book at all. It has taken me days to read it. The only reason I didn't give up on the book was because it was an ARC and I agreed to write a review. Which I couldn't do if I gave up on it. Secondly I kept… Continue reading The Other Half of Augusta Hope

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The Celtic Connection: Kilts Book 4

by Jeanie M Martin This book was full of surprises for me. It also tackles a very taboo subject that the author has written exquisitely. The way the author portrays depression and suicide it makes me feel as though she has either experienced one or both of these afflictions herself or knows someone who has… Continue reading The Celtic Connection: Kilts Book 4

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Naughty Scott (Love Without Limits Book 1)

by Frankie Love & C M Seabrook I don't usually read books that have less than 150 pages, as in the past I've found them to be quite lacking, in many different ways. However I quite enjoyed this book even though it was only 60 pages. Will I read anymore of these short read books,… Continue reading Naughty Scott (Love Without Limits Book 1)

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Needlemouse

by Jane O'Connor When I first started to read this book I really started to have a few reservations about it. As I felt that the main character (Sylvia) was living in her own delusional world. Where she is so infatuated with her boss that she was reading far more in to their work relationship… Continue reading Needlemouse

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MC Chronicles: The Diary of Bink Cummings

Vol 1 by Bink Cummings Well I think most people who follow my blog already know how much I love M.C. books, or basically anything M.C. related. After my slump the other week this book has rejuvenated me and I've got my love of books back. I hadn't read much of this book when I… Continue reading MC Chronicles: The Diary of Bink Cummings

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I Heart Hawaii

by Lindsey Kelk I really didn't know what to expect with this book as I've never read any of the other books in the I heart series. There are seven other books before this one and you don't need to read any of the others as it is a standalone. The book was enjoyable and… Continue reading I Heart Hawaii