Tag: Guest Reviews

Guest Review: The Blacksmith Queen by G.A. Aiken

Guest Review: The Blacksmith Queen by G.A. Aiken

I have to start this review with two points of context. First, I FREAKING LOVE THIS BOOK. I enjoy everything Shelly Laurenston/GA Aiken writes, and I particularly love this book. I just wanted to lay that out at the start of this review because there will be some squee. Second, while it pains me to […]

Guest Review: Falling for Farmer Brown by Tammy Blackwell

Guest Review: Falling for Farmer Brown by Tammy Blackwell

I’m not gonna lie: I 150% picked up this book because of the cover. It is freaking adorable and utterly perfect for the book. Thankfully, what was inside the book was well worth reading. Isabella Moreno has come back from New York City to rural Kentucky to be with her friends after one of their […]

Guest Review: Someone to Trust by Mary Balogh

Guest Review: Someone to Trust by Mary Balogh

Colin and Elizabeth start off as friends in this book.  They are both looking for the same thing – marriage – but since Elizabeth is 9 years older than Colin they don’t really even think about marrying each other.  There is a spark and a sparkle there – and Colin constantly teases Elizabeth that he […]

Guest Review: Highland Guard by Hannah Howell

Guest Review: Highland Guard by Hannah Howell

Annys MacQueen’s husband has died. Now she has kinsman who are trying to take her estate and lands away from her, stating that her son is not really a MacQueen. Annys doesn’t want to lose her lands, but they’re actually correct in believing that the child was not the laird’s. The Laird had actually contacted […]

Guest Review: The Highlander and the Governess by Michelle Willingham

Guest Review: The Highlander and the Governess by Michelle Willingham

Frances Goodson arrives in Scotland and is impressed by the grandeur of the castle where she’s been hired to be a governess.  She’s been told nothing about her charges, but she can’t wait to get started. When she finally is admitted to the home, she finds out that the Laird’s mother had hired a governess […]