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 – A Wedding in Tuscany by Sandy Barker

I arrived late to this series, only joining when the story moved to the exotic island of Bali. That certainly didn’t put me at a disadvantage as Sandy Barker manages to include thorough refreshers without it feeling arduous.  I’m so glad that I’ve discovered this author’s writing and will look forward to future books fromContinue reading “Blog Tour – A Wedding in Tuscany by Sandy Barker”

Blog Tour – The Forgotten House on the Moor by Jane Lovering

I make no secret of how much I adore Jane Lovering’s writing.  I have followed her since her early days and have loved each of her books.  I can honestly say that she keeps getting better and better.  She has a talent for switching themes and there are timeslips and vampire tales in her backContinue reading “Blog Tour – The Forgotten House on the Moor by Jane Lovering”

Blog Tour – You Only Live Once by Maxine Morrey

Maxine Morrey is a new author, to me.  One of the things I love about being on Blog Tours is that I am exposed to new authors who may otherwise have passed me by.  In particular, I found that this book was exactly what I needed to read in that moment.  I will certainly beContinue reading “Blog Tour – You Only Live Once by Maxine Morrey”

Blog Tour – The Only Exception (Love in the Comptons 2) by Claire Huston

Not long after I opened my WordPress account, I started following Claire and she quickly followed back.  She is always kind and likes my posts as well as sharing them via Twitter.  I try to do the same and hope I’ve been as supportive.  When I was offered a place on this Blog Tour, itContinue reading “Blog Tour – The Only Exception (Love in the Comptons 2) by Claire Huston”

Blog Tour – How To Save A Life by Clare Swatman

I was thrilled to receive an invite onto this blog tour as I had seen some of the buzz around the book via the Facebook group – The Friendly Book Community.  If you’re not a member, it’s a fun and safe place to interact with other readers without bullying or snobbery.  Anyway, there was aContinue reading “Blog Tour – How To Save A Life by Clare Swatman”

Blog Tour – The Little Bookshop by the Sea by Eliza J Scott

I’ve not read as many of Eliza’s books as I would like but can honestly say that I have loved the ones that I have.  I just love her writing style and find myself easily imagining her fictional settings and wishing I could visit.  Her life on the Moors series told some lovely stories withContinue reading “Blog Tour – The Little Bookshop by the Sea by Eliza J Scott”

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 – Jingle Bells in June (Little Duck Pond Café) by Rosie Green

I have read and enjoyed every book in the Little Duck Pond Café Series, and since starting my blog, I’ve reviewed lots of them.  I first discovered this gorgeous series via Kindle Unlimited and was then thrilled to discover that she works with Rachel Gilbey for her Blog Tours.  If  you’d like to look at someContinue reading “Blog Tour – Jingle Bells in June (Little Duck Pond Café) by Rosie Green”

Blog Tour – Sweet Love and Country Roads by Camilla Isley

Having read a few books that I found mentally challenging, I was in the perfect mood for another treat from Camilla Isley.  Her writing is reliably light-hearted with a healthy dollop of sizzle with plenty of fun in between.  I have read a few of her previous books and particularly enjoyed her Christmas standalones. YouContinue reading “Blog Tour – Sweet Love and Country Roads by Camilla Isley”