When Twilight Breaks is Sarah Sundin‘s latest World War II romance. Filled with intrigue and danger, it captures readers and takes them on a journey through pre-war Munich. Within the first few pages, it quickly vaulted to one of my favorite reads of the… Continue Reading “Book Review | When Twilight Breaks”
Welcome to First Line Friday! Today we’re looking at When Twilight Breaks by Sarah Sundin.
Welcome to the Blog Tour for Abducted in Alaska by Darlene L. Turner, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours!
Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday!This week’s Top Ten Tuesday is all about books that make us laugh. I’m not one to read much rom-com, for me, it takes snappy dialogue to make me chuckle – and I especially love when it’s sprinkled between plenty… Continue Reading “Top Ten Tuesday | Books that Made Me Laugh”
Obsession by Patricia Bradley is the second book in her Natchez Trace Park Rangers series. Emma Winters is Brooke’s best friend, who stared in the first book in the series, Standoff. Emma works as a Natchez Trace Ranger, but not in law enforcement. She’s… Continue Reading “Book Review | Obsession”
Welcome to First Line Friday! Today we’re looking at Obsession by Patricia Bradley.
Shadows of the White City is the second book in Jocelyn Green‘s The Windy City Saga. When Sylvie Townsend’s adopted daughter goes missing during the Colombian Exposition in Chicago in 1893, she accepts the help of her daughter’s violin teacher to find her.
Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday!It’s Mardi Gras! So today, I’m posting ten purple, yellow, or green covers of books that have come out this year or will be coming out soon. All are books I’m excited about reading.
The Vanishing at Loxby Manor by Abigail Wilson is a haunting regency romance filled with abbey ruins, dark halls, and old friends. Charity Halliwell simply wants to return to the happier times of her youth, but her visit to Loxby Manor launches her into… Continue Reading “Book Review | The Vanishing at Loxby Manor”
Welcome to First Line Friday! Today we’re looking at Shadows of the White City by Jocelyn Green.