Blog Tour – The Lost Laird from Her Past by Jeanine Englert

This is my second historical fiction title by Jeanine Englert.  My first was The Highlander’s Secret Son and I thoroughly enjoyed it.  Continuing in the second chance love theme, we are again set against the backdrop of an unstable Scotland, where the Scots endured a lot of in-fighting, subterfuge, and betrayal, which was often fuelledContinue reading “Blog Tour – The Lost Laird from Her Past by Jeanine Englert”

Blog Tour – Just One Day – Spring by Susan Buchanan

I have been very lucky to become part of Susan’s beta reading team. I get to read this series ahead of the grammatical corrections and can add input to the story arc.  However, I wasn’t part of the team for this book and was delighted to receive a digital ARC and join the blog tour. Continue reading “Blog Tour – Just One Day – Spring by Susan Buchanan”

Blog Tour – The Italian Job by Kathryn Freeman

Kathryn Freeman is another author that I discovered through the Choc-Lit publishing house, and as a result, I’d read quite a few before I started blogging and more since.  If you’d like to look at my previous reviews, there are a couple of links here Mr Right Across the Street and The Beach Reads BookContinue reading “Blog Tour – The Italian Job by Kathryn Freeman”

Publication Day Push – Secrets Behind the Billionaire’s Return by Rachael Stewart

I’ve read and reviewed a number of titles by Rachael Stewart, including some of her racier ‘Dare’ titles. I always enjoy them and find satisfaction in the guaranteed happy endings. If you’d like to read some earlier reviews, you can follow these links: Surprise Reunion with his Cinderella and Beauty and the Reclusive Millionaire. I’mContinue reading “Publication Day Push – Secrets Behind the Billionaire’s Return by Rachael Stewart”

Blog Tour – Rainbows End in Ferry Lane Market by Nicola May

I am absolutely loving this series, but honestly believe that this is my favourite instalment, to date.  If you haven’t read any of the others in this series, then don’t worry as Rainbows End’ can be enjoyed as a standalone book.  If you’re interested in my previous reviews, you can follow these links; Welcome toContinue reading “Blog Tour – Rainbows End in Ferry Lane Market by Nicola May”

Blog Tour – Sign of the Times by Susan Buchanan

I’m relatively new to Susan’s writing having been invited to join her beta reading panel for her new books.  I really do enjoy the combination of her complex story management and fabulous characters which translate into a captivating read.  There’s also a chance to win a copy of this book as well as the firstContinue reading “Blog Tour – Sign of the Times by Susan Buchanan”

Blog Tour – A Laird for the Governess by Catherine Tinley

There are several authors whose work I am keen to read, no matter what the synopsis says.  Catherine Tinley is one of them, and she never disappoints. So, it was a no-brainer when I was invited onto this Blog Tour, and I gratefully received a digital ARC in exchange for an honest review.  Thanks goContinue reading “Blog Tour – A Laird for the Governess by Catherine Tinley”

Blog Tour – Home for Christmas by Camilla Isley

I have read and review both of the previous books in this wonderfully festive series, so it was a simple decision when invited onto this Blog Tour.  Each one is a standalone story, and you can read my previous reviews by clicking these links. Fool Me Twice and A Christmas Caroline I am grateful toContinue reading “Blog Tour – Home for Christmas by Camilla Isley”

Blog Tour – Love Lessons in Starcross Valley by Lucy Knott

Having followed The Blossom Twins on Twitter, I was delighted to be invited onto this Blog Tour.  I didn’t know what to expect and only gave the synopsis a cursory glance before jumping in.  I am grateful to Rachels Random Resources and Lucy Knott for gifting me a digital ARC in exchange for an honestContinue reading “Blog Tour – Love Lessons in Starcross Valley by Lucy Knott”

Blog Tour – Tempted by the Runes by Christina Courtenay

Born centuries apart. Bound by a love that defied time. She couldn’t believe her eyes. The runes were normally so reliable and she had never doubted them before. Madison Berger is visiting Dublin with her family for a Viking re-enactment festival, when she chances upon a small knife embedded in the banks of the Liffey.Continue reading “Blog Tour – Tempted by the Runes by Christina Courtenay”