Monthly Archives: October 2014
Buttermilk Sky by Jan Watson
A Love Undone by Cindy Woodsmall
As always Cindy Woodsmall delivers. This was well written and I loved the characters. There were a few characters that I didn’t’t like but that was because you were not supposed to like them. This was a sad book for a lot of the time because you are not sure if this will end as happy as you want it to but it is well done. Don’t want to spoil anything. I received this book through the blogging for books for a fair and honest opinion. I hope she has another one in Apple Ridge again.http://img1.imagesbn.com/p/9780307730008_p0_v2_s260x420.JPG
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THE PERFECT HOLIDAY ROMANCE TO CURL UP BY THE FIRE
BY WINTER’S LIGHT
#1 New York Times Bestselling Author Stephanie Laurens
Returns to Scotland and the Cynster Clan!
Combine romantic Scotland, the boisterous Cynster family, and a wintry storm, and you have the perfect recipe for a wonderful Christmas love story.
When all the members of the Cynster family gather together at Casphairn Manor for merriment and holiday tidings, they bring with them their faithful minders and teachers; including Daniel Crosbie, and Claire Meadows. Having met before, Daniel is determined this visit will allow him to show hesitant Claire that just because she is a widow, does not mean that love doesn’t strike twice.
Assisted by the younger generation of Cynsters, all aspiring matchmakers, together with the help of a wintry storm and unforeseen circumstances, BY WINTER’S LIGHT Claire begins to see Daniel for the worthy partner he would be.
Stephanie Laurens returns to her beloved Cynster clan with BY WINTER’S LIGHT. With all six families together for the holidays, she ushers in a new generation of Cynsters.
Combining love, holiday spirit, and a little bit of magic, Laurens once again weaves a tale that shows that true love can withstand anything life—or mother nature—throws at you.
BY WINTER’S LIGHT
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#1 New York Times bestselling author Stephanie Laurens began writing romances as an escape from the dry world of professional science. Her hobby quickly became a career when her first novel was accepted for publication, and with entirely becoming alacrity; she gave up writing about facts in favor of writing fiction.
Laurens’s novels are set in the time period of the British Regency, and her settings range from Scotland to India. Laurens has published fifty works of historical romance, including 29 New York Times bestsellers. All her works are continuously available in print and digital formats in English worldwide, and have been translated into many other languages. An international bestseller, among other accolades Laurens has received the Romance Writers of America prestigious RITA Award for Best Romance Novella 2008, for The Fall of Rogue Gerrard.
Her continuing novels featuring the Cynster family are widely regarded as classics of the genre. Other series include the Bastion Club Novels and the Black Cobra Quartet. For information on upcoming releases and updates on novels yet to come, visit Stephanie’s website: http://www.stephanielaurens.com
Buttermilk Sky by Jan Watson
I really enjoyed the storyline. I liked Mazy and really liked Chanis and want to know more about Cinnamon. I enjoy stories about Kentucky because I spent five years there as a child. It is fun to read about people from the hills of Kentucky. I received this from Tyndale Blog Network for a fair and honest opinion. I can’t wait for the next book by this author. I always enjoy her books.
A Promise to Protect by Patricia Bradley
I loved this book. The characters were so wonderful. You were hoping everything would work out between all the people. I could not put this one down. Everyone has secrets and it is always fun to learn other peoples secrets. Keep writing more like this one. Wonderful! I received this from Revell Reads for a fair and honest opinion.
The Killer Next Door by Alex Marwood
This was a slightly different mystery. I could not figure out which of the neighbors was the killer. I liked that. Some of the characters were a little hard to like but the story was good. I received an ebook from first to read for a fair and honest opinion.
Burned by Valerie Plame
This was an ok book. It did keep my interest but I sometimes have a hard time following espionage books. The story was good and the ending was interesting and I will probably read the next one because this has a cliffhanger. I received an ebook of this for a fair and honest opinion from the First to Read program.
Firewall by Dianne mills
Loved this book and the characters. Am looking forward to the next in this series. There were many twists and turns. I received this book from bookfun.org for a fair and honest opinion.
Deadline by John Sandford
This was my favorite Virgil Flowers book ever. It was also one of my favorite John Sandford novels in a while. This one was funny and intense in places. The characters were fun and likable.