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REVIEW of Lady Maybe, by Julie Klassen

Loosely based on the story of Jane Eyre, Lady Maybe follows the romantic adventures of a servant mistakenly assumed to be her dead mistress. Per Julie Klassen’s usual, the plot is filled with mysteries embedded in the past, handsome suitors vying for the heroine’s attention, interesting secondary characters, and guilt and redemption.  94 more words

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Sending off the final version of your manuscript is EXTREMELY PAINFUL

There’s always the horrible, cringe-y moment when you approve the FINAL version of your manuscript before it’s published. Because even after all your own hard work, insane researching, the publisher’s amazing efforts and the editor’s fantastic attentions, there’s always doubt. 351 more words

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Hey Sunshine by Tia Giacalone -Review

Hey Sunshine by Tia Giacalone

Reviewed 25 July 2015 by Taylor


5/5 stars

Goodreads Description

Avery Kent knows that life can change in an instant: one second you’re on your way out of small-town life, the next you’re left heartbroken and stunned when your thrill-seeking high school boyfriend runs off in pursuit of a potentially dangerous dream. 327 more words


Book Review - 'Speak Now: or Forever Hold Your Peace' by Becky Monson

Genre: Romance

Stars: 5

Links: Amazon UK and Amazon.com

The Blurb:

If there’s one thing that Bridgette Reynolds has learned recently, it’s that the perfect shoes, the perfect hair, and the perfect dress do not make for the perfect proposal. 279 more words


Review- Calling Me Home

Calling Me home by Julie Kibler is a debut novel set in 1930s tells a beautiful forbidden love story. To be honest I was very much drawn by the synopsis of this book. 182 more words


Review- Eleanor & Park

Usually romance fiction especially teenage romance is not my genre,but I needed a break from heavy emotionally tiring historical fiction, that’s how i picked up Eleanor and Park. 249 more words


What We're Reading: "The Gilded Fan" by Christina Courtenay

Last week, I picked up our office copy of The Gilded Fan by Christina Courtenay. The beautifully designed cover immediately caught my attention, and I decided to take it to the beach for a bit of light reading. 404 more words