Monthly Archives: November 2018

First Line Friday – 30 November 2018 – The Making of Mrs. Hale (Carolyn Miller)

Welcome to First Line Friday, hosted by Hoarding Books! My choice for this week is a Regency romance that turns the romance and excitement of an elopement to Gretna Green on its head. The Making of Mrs. Hale is the third … Continue reading

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The Making of Mrs. Hale (Carolyn Miller) – Review

~ About the Book ~ Marry in haste, repent in leisure—Mrs. Hale is about to find out how painful that repentance can truly be. Julia Hale ran off to be married in Gretna Green, following romance instead of common sense. … Continue reading

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Word Nerd Wednesday – Stereotype

Happy Wednesday, word nerds! This week’s Word Nerd post is inspired by last week’s Top Ten Tuesday post, in which I gave a list of people that book lovers everywhere should be thankful for. In the process of putting together … Continue reading

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Top Ten Tuesday – Favourite Platonic Relationships in Books

Greetings, book lovers! It’s time for another Top Ten Tuesday, thanks to That Artsy Reader Girl, and today’s topic is Platonic Relationships in Books. In other words, non-romantic relationships. And so today, I have a wide variety of non-romantic relationships to share … Continue reading

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Christmas at the Red Door Inn (Liz Johnson) – Review

~ About the Book ~ One blizzard. Two friends. Three days to fall in love. Lifelong islander Brooke Kane doesn’t know what to do with her college degree, her dreams, or her future, but she knows better than to venture … Continue reading

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Weekend Book Buzz – 24/25 November 2018

Welcome to the Weekend Book Buzz! It’s been quite a weekend here, with the men-folk of the house away for the weekend to attend a 90th birthday celebration, while the girls stayed at home to attend the dress rehearsal for … Continue reading

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Tell Her No Lies (Kelly Irvin) – Review

~ About the Book ~ Even the most admired families have secrets to hide . . . Nina Fischer carries a camera wherever she goes—so she can view life through a filter. Safely. After her mother abandoned her to the … Continue reading

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