Five Stars, Low Language, Low Violence, Moderate Romance

Modern Day Renaissance Woman

I don’t think I could adequately tell you how much I love the Brother’s Maledetti series (which is currently on sale on Amazon!- links below), between that series which we’ve posted about here.  And the House of Oak series which we posted about here. We are huge Nichole Van fans. And have you seen her photography?! She’s like a modern day renaissance woman. If you’re not following her on Instagram you really should, which you can do through the giveaway at the bottom of this post.

“An ancient curse, fractured at the birth of three brothers.
Two strangers helplessly drawn to each other.
A love story two hundred years in the making.

Claire Raythorn arrives in Florence, Italy, shattered, alone, and anxious to rebuild her life—preferably one without men. But she soon finds herself hunted and haunted— literally—when a mysterious stalker dressed like Mr. Darcy from BBC central casting appears in her photos. And only her photos. Who is this man? And what does his ghostly presence mean?

Dante D’Angelo simply wants to safeguard his brothers, despite the family curse that hounds his vision. But then Claire Raythorn walks into his life, untouched somehow by his curse. Soon, everything Dante thought he knew about himself starts to unravel, dragging Claire down with him.”

“Branwell D’Angelo . . . 
Six years ago, I fell in love with Lucy—my brother’s girlfriend. Stupid of me, I know, but sometimes the heart doesn’t listen to reason. 
Six years, I’ve lived on the sidelines. Seeing him love her, be with her, bask in her sunshine . 
I watched her break his heart and then cleaned up the shattered pieces of him she left behind. 
She’s the one woman I can’t have but still the only one my soul wants. 

When tragedy strikes Lucy Snow on a visit to Italy, she can’t bring herself to call any of the D’Angelo brothers for help. There are consequences for falling in love with your ex-boyfriend’s brother. But Lucy desperately needs Branwell’s paranormal skills and his gift of Sight. And if seeing him will negate at least three years of therapy? Well, it’s a price she is willing to pay. “

“Chiara doesn’t like Jack. Jack doesn’t like Chiara. The story should end there. 
Except . . . maybe Chiara finds herself daydreaming far too often about Jack. And maybe Jack finds Chiara aggravating in an adorable sorta way. Maybe Jack and Chiara find themselves falling in love. The problem, of course, remains.  Jack is a ghost.
And Chiara is not. 

But tackling the problem of Jack’s ghostliness is not straightforward. Soon, Jack and Chiara find themselves embroiled in a mystery which creates more questions about the D’Angelo brothers’ gifts of Second Sight.”

 

 

Author Nichole Van

Nichole Van is a writer, photographer, designer and generally disorganized crazy person. Though originally from Utah, she currently lives on the coast of Scotland with three similarly crazy children and one sane, very patient husband who puts up with all of them. In her free time, she enjoys long walks along the Scottish lochs and braes. She does not, however, enjoy haggis.

 

 

 

 

 

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Happy Valentines Day

 

Happy Valentine’s Day!

We hope you are enjoying this month-long celebration of clean romance!

Today marks the halfway point of this event! There are currently over $300 in giveaways you can enter!

We still have 2 more weeks of great giveaways and amazing authors coming your way, but we wanted to throw in this bonus easy-to-enter $25 giveaway to help you celebrate Valentine’s Day!

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Taylor Dean

Rachelle Christensen

Jennifer Moore

Cindy Roland Anderson

Jennifer Griffith

Julie Coulter Bellon

Liz Isaacson

Taylor Hart

Stacy Claflin

Nichole Van

Jen Johnson

Becky Monson

Donna Weaver

Kimberley Montpetit

3 1/2 Stars, Low Language, Low Violence, Moderate Romance

Taylor’s Texas Titans

A great group of authors have recently joined together to write the Texas Titans Romances. I love when authors do this allowing us to delve into the lives of interconnected characters and see from different points of view and writing styles. One of the authors involved in this collaboration is Taylor Hart. So far she has written, The Tough Love Groom, The Second Chance Groom and The Dream Groom.

In The Tough Love Groom Taylor wrote two personalities that complimented each other completely. The way she wrote in their strengths to favor each other’s weaknesses made for a beautiful romance.

In The Second Chance Groom Taylor did an amazing job of showing that second chances are worth all the effort and the risk in this sweet story of redemption.

The Dream Groom I’ll be honest wasn’t my favorite out of the three, but Taylor wove the idea of dreams into the story line so well that I loved seeing the theme resurface as the character’s  realized dreams, reached for dreams and even changed their dreams. And it’s 99 cents on Amazon today only, don’t forget to enter the giveaway below!

 

Author Taylor Hart

Taylor Hart has always been drawn to a good love triangle, hot chocolate and long conversations with new friends. Writing has always been a passion that has consumed her dreams and forced her to sit in a trance for long hours, completely obsessed with people that don’t really exist. Taylor would have been a country star if she could have carried a tune—maybe in the next life.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Romance is in the Air

I love learning about new authors, I haven’t read anything by Julie Coulter Bellon yet, but with this one being 99 cents and “Through Love’s Trials” being free, now I have the perfect excuse. Don’t forget to scroll to the bottom and enter the giveaway!

“Olivia Dalton has a reputation in the DA’s office—tough, thorough, and fierce when she’s closing a case. Those skills are essential in the courtroom, but not in the relationship department—until Mick Donovan crosses her path. Everyone thinks he’s a player, but when an unexpected situation arises, she glimpses an honorable man instead. Olivia is drawn to him, but he pushes her away, unable to shake the past that still haunts him.

Mick Donovan learned at a young age never to let anyone close because those you love never stay. Keeping people at arms-length has never been hard for him—until he meets Olivia Dalton. Mick is caught up in a case she’s prosecuting, and he can’t deny his attraction to her, but when she uncovers the past he’s kept carefully hidden, he’s sure she’ll turn away. Yet, even with all his secrets in the open, Olivia reaches out. Can he let his guard down long enough to let her in and take a chance on love?”

 

 

“Bellon usually writes action packed international intrigues, but with Love’s Broken Road she introduces a tender romance to her readers . . . This story is a second romance between two people who have suffered hurt and loss and are uncertain whether they can risk loving again. The characters are likable and draw the reader’s sympathy from the start . . .” –Meridian Magazine

 

 

 

Author Julie Coulter Bellon

Julie Coulter Bellon is the author of more than a dozen romantic suspense novels. Her book All Fall Down won the RONE award for Best Suspense and Pocket Full of Posies won a RONE Honorable Mention for Best Suspense.

Julie loves to travel and her favorite cities she’s visited so far are probably Athens, Paris, Ottawa, and London. She loves to read, write, teach, watch Castle, Hawaii Five-O, and eat Canadian chocolate. Not necessarily in that order.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Four Stars, Low Language, Low Violence, Moderate Romance

Illegally Wedded

“We all choose our own reactions to the trials life throws at us.” I love this line from Illegally Wedded by Jennifer Griffith. I feel like in encompasses the charming motivation behind the characters Jennifer wrote. You can see the evidence in each character that Piper and Zach cross paths with from Chad, to Valentine, to her parents, to Eisenhower and Sylvia. At first I thought the characters of Chad and Mr. and Mrs. Quinn were a little over the top, but Jennifer did an amazing job of using each character development to display different reaction one could have to the events we encounter in life. She put at sassy twist on the marriage of convenience motif, that I loved. There was plenty of chemistry and just enough drama to keep you reading to the end.

Piper Quinn has a great thing going. She’s young, talented, and the sole chef at Du Jour, San Antonio’s hottest lunch bistro. Piper gets terrible news: she’s getting deported. To New Zealand. 

Attorney Zach Travis can’t seem to break into the partnership bracket at his big, respected firm—despite his stellar record. Then, Zach hears a rumor his bachelor status may be holding him back, and he needs a wife to advance his career. 

As Piper shares her desperate plea for legal help, Zach realizes he can fix both their dilemmas—with a marriage certificate. However, their plan puts them in the cross-hairs of more than one vindictive enemy. Worse, neatly ending their marriage may be tricky due to a sparking chemistry neither Zach nor Piper can ignore.”

 

 

 

 

Author Jennifer Griffith

Jennifer Griffith writes light, sweet romances she calls Cotton Candy for the Soul. Her Legally in Love Collection stems from the fact she fell in love with a handsome law school student who now serves as a judge—as well as her muse. She also writes the Billionaire Makeover Romances, billionaires and makeovers being some things with which she has less experience.

Jennifer loves old cars, landscape paintings, fresh bread with raspberry jam, and reading. She lived in Japan during college, where she once ate a cricket on a dare. She also traveled through Europe, where she slept a night in a castle on the Rhine. Jennifer worked summers in a cookie factory, and she spent a few years working for the U.S. Congress before becoming a wife, a mom and an author.

 

 

 

 

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Low Language, Low Violence, Moderate Romance, Three Stars

Blue Moon

Blue Moon Kisses by Cindy Roland Anderson is a sweet romance that has a good blend of humor and chemistry. I love the honesty and straight forward attitude the author gave to Ashlee. I think a whole lot of trouble in relationships can be solved if people were willing to do those two things.

“At age twelve, Ashlee Nichols fell in love with her brother’s best friend, Beau Jacobsen. Everyone thought she was cute and that her crush was simply that…a crush. But her young heart had known he was the one, and she had planned on marrying him as soon as she was old enough. Unfortunately, when she confessed her feelings to Beau, he’d laughed, patted her on the head and told her he was flattered. Sure, Beau had been twenty-two at the time, but she knew she wouldn’t always be a little girl. Just when she turned eighteen and was finally old enough to date him, Beau joined the Army and was deployed to Afghanistan. Now, six years later, Beau is back in Mitchel Creek, Georgia for a few weeks. He’s hotter than ever…and still ten years older, something he can’t seem to get past. He still sees Ashlee as a glorified little sister…or does he?”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Author Cindy Roland Anderson

Cindy Roland Anderson writes clean, contemporary romance with a combination of humor, romantic tension and some pretty great kissing scenes. She and her husband, John, live in northern Utah, and have five amazing children. Their family has expanded by adding a son-in-law, a daughter-in-law, and six adorable grandchildren. She is a registered nurse and has worked in the NICU as well as the newborn nursery. She loves to read, almost as much as she loves writing. And she loves chocolate, probably a little too much.

 

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Four Stars, Low Language, Low Romance, Low Violence

True Colors are Beautiful

I have to confess, some of my favorite romantic gestures are when my husband does something completely silly and ridiculous, just because he knows it will make me smile. That’s probably what I loved most about this book. Both characters were willing to do the unexpected, and possibly even the embarrassing just for the happiness of another. Miss Burton Unmasks a Prince by Jennifer Moore is refreshing and adorable. Even though it’s set in England during the Napoleonic wars, neither of the main characters are English.

Miss Burton Unmasks a Prince by [Moore, Jennifer]

“Southern belle Meg Burton is her parents’ last hope of avoiding financial ruin, and a distant cousin’s kind gesture seems an ideal solution: he will sponsor Meg for a London Season. The pursuit of a wealthy husband was not exactly how the bookish young woman had envisioned her first trip abroad. Thankfully, she has one friend who knows her true self—Carlo, a handsome stable hand. 

Prince Rodrigo de Talavera has lost everything to Napoleon. Jaded by war, he has become bitter and miserable—until he meets Meg, an American woman whose eccentric schemes and passion for life remind him what it is to laugh and to love. If only she knew him for himself and not as Carlo the stable hand. “

Meg was such a fun character to read, she reminds me of an American Catherine Morland and Jennifer Moore writes her with such wit that you instantly love her. Despite being about an American and a Spaniard this novel has all the aspects of an engaging regency novel; adventure, intrigue and romance, but with the perfect balance of whimsy that keeps you captivated from cover to cover.

This book and a newer one of her’s Miss Leslie’s Secret, which is now on my tbr list,  are both 3.99. Don’t forget to enter the giveaway below.

 

 

Author Jennifer Moore

Jennifer Moore is a passionate reader and writer of all things romance due to the need to balance the rest of her world that includes a perpetually traveling husband and four active sons, who create heaps of laundry that are anything but romantic. She suffers from an acute addiction to 18th and 19th century military history and literature. Jennifer has a B.A. in Linguistics from the University of Utah and is a Guitar Hero champion. She lives in northern Utah with her family, but most of the time wishes she was on board a frigate during the Age of Sail.

 

 

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Five Stars, Low Language, Low Religion, Low Romance, Low Violence

Have Courage and be Kind

In a conference many years ago I heard a woman speak about womanhood and she said something that spoke to my soul.

The world has enough women who are tough; we need women who are tender. There   are enough women who are coarse; we need women who are kind. There are enough women who are rude; we need women who are refined. We have enough women of fame and fortune; we need more women of faith. We have enough greed; we need more goodness. We have enough vanity; we need more virtue. We have enough popularity; we need more purity.” -Margaret D. Nadauld

I want to be that kind of woman, I want my daughter to be that kind of woman; I love reading books that show that kind of woman. In Ashes on the MoorSarah Eden introduces us to Evangeline.

Ashes on the Moor (Proper Romance Victorian) by [Eden, Sarah M.]

“The life of an impoverished schoolteacher is not one Evangeline Blake would have chosen for herself. Torn from her home and her beloved sister and sent to work in the gritty factory town of Smeatley, Evangeline must prove herself to her grandfather, a man who values self-reliance above all else, before he will grant her access to her inheritance. Raised to be a lady of refinement, she hasn’t any of the skills necessary to manage on her own nor does she have the first idea how to be a teacher. But failure means never being with her sister again.

Alone and overwhelmed, she turns to the one person in town who seems to know how she feels—Dermot McCormick, an Irish brick mason who is as far from home and as out of place as she is. Despite the difference in their classes and backgrounds, Evangeline and Dermot’s tentative friendship deepens and grows. Her determination and compassion slowly earn her the faith and confidence of the skeptical residents of Smeatley, who become like the family she has lost.

But when a secret from her past comes to light, Evangeline faces an impossible choice: seize the opportunity to reclaim her former life and rejoin her sister or fight for the new life she has struggled to build for herself—a life that includes Dermot.”

Despite her circumstances Evangeline is tender and kind, refined, good and pure. The world needs more books like this. Books where women face impossible circumstance and overcome them with courage, kindness and optimism.

Sarah Eden took a book that could have been somber and tragic due to its location and character’s situation in life and used the underlying themes of family and home to infuse the book with warmth, comfort and hope.

It was obvious that every aspect of the book was extremely well researched giving the book depth and richness. This was especially apparent in the way Sarah Eden handled the Yorkshire language. Not only could you tell she had a beautiful handle on such a unique way of speaking, but she understood that it was also a part of their identity, tying it in beautifully to that underlying story arc of home and purpose.

The imagery throughout the book created an emotional attachment to the scene and the characters. The way Sarah Eden used the bells pulled you immediately into Evangeline’s grief making you feel it deep in your heart with every gong. Then to use the bells again at the end of the book as a symbol of hope for the future was exceptional story telling.

I’ll say it again, the world needs more books like this. Books that advocate the value of teachers and the difference, however small, they can make in a child’s life. Books that show that friendship does not need parameters. This is a must read.

3 1/2 Stars, Low Religion, Low Romance, Low Violence

Madam Librarian

I have a love affair with libraries. For a book lover libraries are like a little bit of heaven on earth. My second year at university I felt like I won the lottery when I got a job on the super secret sixth floor of our campus library which contained the catalog department. Not only did they work around my class schedule, but I got to sit at a computer listening to books on tape as I cataloged incoming books. I worked there for the majority of my university experience and still fondly think of it as one of my favorite jobs. When I came across the opportunity to read a book about a librarian, I thought it was kismet.

Check Me Out by Becca Wilhite is about Greta, the librarian.

“Greta loves her job as assistant librarian. She loves her best friend, Will. She even loves her mother despite her obvious disappointment that Greta is still single. 

Then she meets Mac in the poetry section of the library, and she is smitten. The only problem is that he seems to be a different person in his texts than in his face-to-face conversation.

When the Franklin Library is threatened with closure, Greta leaps into action. Through it all, she slowly realizes that it is Will, not Mac, who she turns to for support and encouragement. Mac has the looks; Will has the heart. How can she choose between them?”

This book might seem like just another chick-lit on the surface, but don’t judge a book by it’s cover…or it’s description. Underneath the love triangle and the save the library campaign is the subtle imagery that things aren’t always what they appear.

Reading the first few chapters I thought it was kind of odd, we are given detailed descriptions of Mac and Marigold, and a general lack of description of any one else. Then there was a moments when I read this line, “And you can quote the first African-American woman mayor of Franklin on that.” And I realized this whole time the mayor is not only a woman but an African American woman. Then it hits you, this is brilliant writing! The technique Becca uses to subtlety portray that what you thought was, isn’t, caught me by surprise.

I usually want to connect with character’s, love them along in their growth, not want to strangle them. I admit there were times I wanted to strangle Greta. Then I realized, I was doing the same thing. I had been making assumptions about different characters the entire book. Admittedly my assumptions about Mac were spot on, but I think that was the point. There were a few other moments that though not astounding, added more beautiful plot devices to help people see that everyone has a story, everyone has life inside them that we may not understand until we get to know them. That was a remarkable message to read and a clever way to tell it.

I fetl like the chapter transitions were a little choppy, and sometimes the texts were a little too cheesy for my taste, but I would definitely recommend this cute read. –N.C.

 

Low Language, Low Romance, Low Violence, Three Stars

Someday My Prince Will Come

I think every little girl, and a lot of big girls too dream of being swept off their feet by a dashing, rich, hero. That’s probably why billionaire romances have become so popular, it feeds the fantasy. While that may have been my fantasy when I was fourteen, I feel like as an adult I have all the love I could ever need. That however doesn’t stop me from indulging in a cinderella/billionaire story every now and then.

The most recent I read was by Rachelle Christensen.

The Billionaire's Stray Heart (Burke Billionaire Romance Book 2) by [Christensen, Rachelle J.]

“Jordan Burke, billionaire owner of Burke Enterprises doesn’t have time to date. His sister thinks it’s time for him to find love and sets him up with her best friend, but Jordan can’t leave his work behind. After the disastrous date, a stray puppy saves his life, and Jordan meets a woman who makes him rethink his priorities.
Madison is attracted to Jordan from their first meeting but wary of his billionaire status. Despite her fears, she can’t ignore the pounding of her heart and the sparks flying between them or the tender way Jordan has with his new puppy.
Jordan starts to change his life to make room for the woman he loves, but when a business opportunity comes his way, will he be able to keep his resolve or will his heart stray again?”

The Billionaire’s Stray Heart has a clever, but misleading title. The play on the word “stray” has to do more with the cute way the two main characters become acquainted through a stray dog, and nothing to do with the steadiness of his heart.

The characters were well developed, but I didn’t feel the chemistry and pull towards the relationship that would keep me rooting for the couple. The story line was fun and she did a great job of showing the trouble and the love one little puppy can bring.

I first encountered Rachelle Christensen writing in the Echo Ridge Romance Series, her novella “The Kiss Thief” from ‘Kisses Between the Lines’ is only 99 cents today and I would highly recommend it- Don’t forget to enter the giveaway below!

 

 

 

 

Author Rachelle J. Christensen

Rachelle is a mother of five who writes mystery/suspense, nonfiction, and women’s fiction. She solves the case of the missing shoe on a daily basis. She enjoys raising chickens and laughing with her husband. She graduated cum laude from Utah State University with a degree in psychology and a minor in music.

Rachelle is the award-winning author of twenty books, including The Soldier’s Bride (a Kindle Scout Selection & Whitney Award Finalist), Diamond Rings Are Deadly Things, Veils and Vengeance, Proposals and Poison, Hawaiian Masquerade, and Christmas Kisses: An Echo Ridge Anthology. Her novella, “Silver Cascade Secrets,” was included in the Rone Award–winning Timeless Romance Anthology, Fall Collection.

 

 

 

 

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