Love is a Rogue by Lenora Bell is pure delight. If you're in the mood for a light, fluffy historical romance with a dash of Beauty and the Beast inspiration then you need this in your life immediately.
An accidental theme has emerged in my reading this week: Artistic. Come see what I'm reading and let me know what books have captured your attention.
Stepback Saturday is a series in which I "step back" to review my reading week. I received my first ARC to review and have a roundup of my first week of blogging!
Winter of the Wallflower continues with a ghost hunting heroine and a notorious earl. The New Camelot series by Sierra Simone is my latest book obsession and I have not one, but two new ARCs I'm looking forward to reading this week!
For the Stepback Saturday blog debut Emily features a very special surprise Christmas gift bestowed to her by her wonderful mother.
#WinteroftheWallflower is a historical romance readalong that will span romance novels published from the 1980's to 2020. Each week we read a new book and meet a new Wallflower to trace the development of this iconic historical romance character archetype. Find out how to join the #SeasonallyBookedUp 2020 Winter readalong.
It was time for a re-read of Tessa Dare's "When a Scot Ties the Knot". This charming book has become a go-to comfort read. A perfect self-care romance novel.
The conclusion to The Bareknuckle Bastards Series is finally upon us. Wicked and the Wallflower set the scene, Brazen and the Beast made us fall in love, and Daring and the Duke made me a life long fan. Daring and the Duke by Sarah MacLean is a sizzling, sensual, deeply dark, and deliciously ravenous adventure. A deeply satisfying conclusion to a fantastic trilogy.
Sarah MacLean's Brazen and the Beast is one of the best romance novels of the last five years. Hattie Sedley is one of the best modern romance novel heroines... maybe ever. This is icon status. Hail Queen Hattie!
Wicked and the Wallflower by Sarah MacLean balances a satisfying romance while establishing the larger universe of the Bareknuckle Bastards trilogy. It’s deliciously soapy with larger than life, genre savvy characters. MacLean creates a historical romance universe that is bold, bright, and fabulously feminist.