Loving Helen by Michele Paige Holmes
Geen categorie / 14 May 2015

Loving Helen Book 2 in the Hearthfire Romance Released Feb 2015 Historical Romance Synopsis Eighteen-year-old Helen Thatcher grew up under the protection of her older siblings, Grace and Christopher. Living in their shadows and keeping to herself suited Helen just fine—until she met widower Samuel Preston. Watching Mr. Preston care for his young daughter and seeing his concern extend to her own family, Helen felt her reserve slipping away, as she learned first to trust him and then realized she had fallen in love with him.  But instead of returning—or even noticing her affection—Mr. Preston developed his own tender, and unrequited feelings, for Grace. In the midst of each silently nursing their broken hearts, Helen and Samuel are faced with a daunting task—reuniting Grace with her fiancé, Nicholas Sutherland. Now it is Helen who must look out for her sister and sacrifice her own fragile heart, as she and Samuel pretend to be engaged. Helen finds the role surprisingly easy to play, allowing herself to imagine that Samuel’s loving remarks are sincere. As the time for their charade to end draws near Helen must summon her courage and tell Samuel the truth of her feelings, or risk losing him forever.  About the…

Girl of Mine by Taylor Dean
Geen categorie / 14 May 2015

So excited this book is releasing soon.  Here is a preview of what the book is about. I’ll be posting a full feature of Taylor and her new book soon!!!  

Breaking Braydon by MK Harkins
Geen categorie / 14 May 2015

I have been a huge fan of MK Harkins after reading Intentional in Feb 2014. I loved the flow of that book, and was hooked. Last summer I received a copy of Unintentional, the sequel in the series. Once again a great read, with a bit of a different feel to it. In February this year Breaking Braydon released, a new storyline, and I must say an amazing read. The characters are well developed, the story sucks you in right from the start, and I honestly had a hard time putting this book down. I was on holiday with 3 of my very best friends, and started reading this while they took a skiing lesson. I ended up staying up late at night and finished the book while they were all asleep. I just couldn’t part with the story. Miss Harkins has a style all of her own. Her books have a way of moving you and evoking every emotion the characters go through in the story. I found myself shedding a tear or two whilst reading this book (which is not easy for someone like me). I felt the love building between them, and the heartbreaking decisions that needed…