Tag: Contemporary


Harlequin End of Summer Blog Tour – Summer Holiday Movies Guest Post by author Sarah Morgan and Giveaway

That Summer Feeling A Guest Post by Bestselling Author Sarah Morgan     If there’s one thing I love almost as much as a book it’s a movie, and at this time of year I want to watch something to put me in the summer holiday mood. If I can’t take a vacation myself, then […]

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Another Man’s Ground by Claire Booth – #TLCBookTours Review and Giveaway

    I really enjoyed Claire Booth’s debut novel The Branson Beauty, and I’ve been looking out for the follow up ever since. Having solved the murder of the popular, pretty young woman in the previous book, Hank thinks that he should be able to keep being sheriff and live a quiet existence in Branson […]

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Soulmates by Jessica Grose – #TLCBookTours Review and Giveaway

  Soulmates is a gripping, satirical look at a woman’s attempts to make sense of why her husband left her to become the other half of a yoga-instructor couple, and to ultimately find out why he’s later found dead along with his mistress in a cave in the New Mexico desert. While Dana digs deeper into her […]

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The Cottage at Firefly Lake by Jen Gilroy – #TLCBookTours Review and Giveaway

   The Cottage at Firefly Lake is a great second-chance romance featuring a picturesque small town on a Vermont lake, full of summer vacationers and the townies who cater to those who fill the area for the busy season. Over twenty years ago, Charlotte and Sean met in just this way when Charlie’s family would […]

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Woman No. 17 by Edan Lepucki – Review and Giveaway #TLCBookTours

  Forty-something Lady Daniels is recently separated from her ten years older husband and now needs help taking care of their toddler son so she can focus on writing a memoir that focuses on her life with now eighteen-year-old non-verbal son Seth. She places an ad for a live-in nanny for the summer, and Esther […]

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Close Enough To Touch by Colleen Oakley – #TLCBookTours Review and Giveaway

  I have a lot of allergies. Perfumes, lotions, all sorts of fragrances can make my throat swell up and leave me itchy and rashy–even when I’m not the one wearing the fragrance. I’m also allergic to dust mites, all sorts of plants, and several medications, so it’s all sorts of fun trying to narrow […]

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The Hideaway by Lauren K. Denton – #TLC Book Tours Review

  After reading such heavy, dark books that I’ve tackled lately, I needed a book that was as fun, emotionally healing, and loving as The Hideaway.  Lauren K. Denton’s debut is a knockout–full of family ties, self-discovery, a little bit of mystery and romance, and a bunch of digging into your family’s past to find out […]

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Wyoming Brave by Diana Palmer – Blog Tour Review and Giveaway

  Wyoming Brave  isn’t my first Diana Palmer book, but this is book six in the Wyoming Men series, and you just jump right into the middle of the story in chapter one. While this wasn’t quite a stand alone–there were several characters from the Long Tall Texas series of the author’s that make appearances throughout […]

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Miracle On 5th Avenue by Sarah Morgan – Blog Tour Review and Giveaway

  Miracle on 5th Avenue  is the second book that I’ve read by Sarah Morgan, and I think I fell head over snow boots in love with her writing and characters with this third installment of the From Manhattan With Love series. In this stand alone romance, two opposites who’ve both suffered loss are drawn […]

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Love Literary Style by Karin Gillespie – Blog Tour Review and Giveaway

  Love Literary Style is a romantic comedy that doesn’t take itself too seriously, but it isn’t all fun and games either. As of yet unpublished literary novelist/adjunct professor Aaron Mite is convinced that his type of writing is the superior genre. His famous literary critic father Horace Flowers has burned that superiority into his […]

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In the Blue Hour by Elizabeth Hall – Blog Tour Review and Giveaway

  In the Blue Hour is a hauntingly beautiful book rife with Native American folklore and traditions. Fifty-something-year-old Elise has lost her long-time husband Michael to a tragic car accident–one she’d dreamed of a few weeks prior to it happening–and seven months later she’s still floundering. They’d known each other since they were kids in northern New Mexico […]

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