Posts Tagged: First in a Series

Marry in Haste by Anne Gracie: Review

Marry in Haste by Anne Gracie: Review

June 11, 2017 Reviews 0 ★★★★★

My thoughts on Marry in Haste: Marry in Haste is the first in the Marriage of Convenience series, and there are some familiar names from previous series that pop up throughout the course of the story. Cal – former soldier, home on the trail of an assassin – finds himself in… Read more »


And Then Mine Enemy by Alison Stuart: Review

And Then Mine Enemy by Alison Stuart: Review

January 18, 2017 Reviews 1 ★★★★½

Well, it has been a while, hasn’t it? Welcome to my first review post in almost a year, thanks to babies and general craziness. I started the reading year off with one of my favourite historical romance authors, Alison Stuart, and her December 2016 release, And Then Mine Enemy. I am… Read more »


A Christmas Vow of Seduction by Maisey Yates: Review

A Christmas Vow of Seduction by Maisey Yates: Review

September 2, 2015 Reviews 1 ★★★★★

It’s three months until Christmas, and the holiday romances are floating in. I love holiday romances, particularly ones that takes a slightly darker or different look at the season. My first Christmas-set romance for this year is by one of my absolute go-to authors, Maisey Yates, and is her October… Read more »


Make You Burn by Megan Crane: Early Review

Make You Burn by Megan Crane: Early Review

June 22, 2015 Reviews 2 ★★★★★

The most difficult thing about reading books, in advance of their publication date, is finding one you want to tell EVERYONE about, but have to wait around for months to talk to them about this AWESOME book…. First world problem, probably, but a tough one nonetheless. I’ve just come up… Read more »


Bound to The Bachelor by Sarah Mayberry: Review

Bound to The Bachelor by Sarah Mayberry: Review

March 5, 2015 Reviews 0 ★★★★★

There were a few reasons I picked this book up: 1. Tule Publishing; 2. Montana; and 3. Sarah Mayberry. I don’t need to tell you all how much I love Sarah Mayberry’s work – I tend to fangirl a bit where that’s concerned. However, I am going to tell you all… Read more »