Guest Post, RCJR eZine Review

Caroline Linden’s gift to all her fans of ‘The Truth About the Duke’

'Blame It on Bath'  is a second book by Caroline Linden in her 'The Truth About the Duke' (available now at your nearest, dearest local bookstore or Amazon and B & N) series and for my review of it, please check Romantic Crush Junkies eZine. You all know how much I love this series, so I hounded… Continue reading Caroline Linden’s gift to all her fans of ‘The Truth About the Duke’

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Book Review

‘The Night Is Mine’ by M. L. Buchman

STORY: First in a thrilling military romantic suspense series based on the real-life elite helicopter pilots who transport Navy SEALs and Delta Force teams in and out of combat and covert missions. (SOAR are the heroes of Black Hawk Down.) M. L. Buchman's heroine flies the most dangerous military ops and tries to find the… Continue reading ‘The Night Is Mine’ by M. L. Buchman

Book Review

“When A Scot Loves a Lady” by Katharine Ashe

When A Scot Loves A Lady is chock full of all of the elements that make me love historical romance.  Sweeping, intriguing, fast paced, sexy this is one of them books that cannot be put down once it has begun. Kitty is a wonderful, fun character.  She’s overcome so much and done it with such… Continue reading “When A Scot Loves a Lady” by Katharine Ashe

Book Review

“Under the Same Sky” by Genevieve Graham

WOW!  I don’t know where to start to say how much I loved this book!  UNDER THE SAME SKY is absolutely amazing.  I have read that people believe it is EPIC and I thoroughly agree with that assessment. The writing is superb and I never would have believed that it was a debut novel if… Continue reading “Under the Same Sky” by Genevieve Graham

RCJR eZine Review

‘A Royal Likeness’ by Christine Trent

“A Royal Likeness” by Christine Trent is a sequel to "The Queen's Dollmaker" and while I never read that prequel, I can tell you that it’s not necessary for you to read the first in order to enjoy the second. Ms. Trent did an awesome job making sure that I enjoy this read as a… Continue reading ‘A Royal Likeness’ by Christine Trent

RCJR eZine Review

‘The Queen’s Governess’ by Karen Harper

I am a bit conflicted about this story. As much as I love the Tudor era, this story was only okay for me. I’m not sure exactly why. It could be the pace of it, a bit too fast at the start and a bit too slow toward the end, which was a huge whimper.… Continue reading ‘The Queen’s Governess’ by Karen Harper