Book Review

Author Interview: Grace Burrowes

I almost missed this blog post! You all know how much I love this woman and her books, so here is Lindsey with an awesome interview!
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Oh my goodness Readers, today I have the fabulous Grace Burrowes on the blog. I know you cannot see me but I super giddy and doing my happy dance. I have been fascinated with her stories when I picked up The Heir, book one in the Windham series. Ms. Burrowes’ writing is amazing and it is addicting. Once you start reading a series you devour it. It’s like cake but with no calories (even better!). 🙂

RRG: What made you decide to write and publish your amazing stories?
GB: I’ve been a voracious reader of romance for decades. When my daughter left home, the story ideas started appearing in my head, and at a point when my keeper authors hit a simultaneous lull, I decided I’d try writing one of those stories. I’ve never had a TV in my house, so I had plenty of time to write. Writing…

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Book Review

Review: The Devil Wears Kilts

Hello Bookworms!
Cold enough where you are? It is the coldest I can remember here in Chicago. It would be so cool to be able to get onto a plane and head for the tropics! Yeah….dream on, Mel!
I don’t have this one, and I don’t think I’ll be revuing it anytime soon, so I thought to share this review just in case you’re thinking of checking it out….

Stay warm wherever you are!


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Book:The Devil Wears Kilts

Author: Suzanne Enoch

Pages: 325

 I closed this book with a satisfied sigh and smiled. It may have been the wee hours of this morning but it was well worth it.



This is what Scottish romances are all about! Suzanne Enoch blew me away with this book. Very, very well written with an engaging storyline and compelling characters. I simply loved it.


Ranulf MacLawry, Marquis of Glengask, is SO yummy.  He’s rough, dangerous, blunt & to the point, and absolutely delicious. He’s seductive and such a satisfying character. I found myself smiling throughout the whole book because of this guy.  This is what Highlanders are supposed to be like, ladies. This is the kind of guy that makes you melt in a story.




And oh, the cover for this book is gorgeous. Brilliant.


The heroine, Lady Charlotte Hanover, is a riveting…

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