My Dear Miss Dupre by Grace Hitchcock (review)

Their numbers dwindle as the society gentlemen invited to court Willow Dupre reveal their character flaws and hidden motives in Grace Hitchcock’s delightful Gilded Age romance. Willow must navigate the unwanted mass courtship in order to placate the board members if she hopes for their support in her assuming her father’s role at Dupre Sucre. … Continue reading My Dear Miss Dupre by Grace Hitchcock (review)

Twilight at Moorington Cross by Abigail Wilson (review)

Murder and secrets abound in Twilight at Moorington Cross, as a young widow hidden away for her affliction must choose between two men in order to receive an unexpected inheritance while working with an attractive solicitor to solve the murder of her benefactor. Author Abigail Wilson, in her fifth published work, again displays her flair … Continue reading Twilight at Moorington Cross by Abigail Wilson (review)

A Lady’s Formula for Love by Elizabeth Everett (review)

Elizabeth Everett’s A Lady’s Formula for Love is the story of an unexpected romance between a 40 year old government agent of humble birth nearing retirement and his last assignment and a brilliant 30 year old noblewoman whose passion for science in an age when such a woman’s discoveries were often appropriated and she was … Continue reading A Lady’s Formula for Love by Elizabeth Everett (review)

Midnight on the River Grey by Abigail Wilson (review)

Rebecca Hunter is forced to leave her home for Greybourne Hall by Lewis Browning, her guardian and the man she blames for her brother’s death there. Plagued by nightmares and her fear of inherited madness, Rebecca soon finds that looking into her brother’s death may lead to unwanted results. And that nothing is as she … Continue reading Midnight on the River Grey by Abigail Wilson (review)

Get Out of Your Head by Jennie Allen (review)

Spiralling, toxic thought patterns and the skills to subvert them, relying on God's promises and His love is the subject of Jennie Allen's Get Out of Your Head. Sharing stories and strategies, personal experience and biblical affirmations, she helps lay a groundwork for taking control of negative thoughts. Reading and discussing this book with a … Continue reading Get Out of Your Head by Jennie Allen (review)

Someone Perfect by Mary Balogh (review)

When the publisher invited me to read an e-galley of the newest in Mary Balogh’s Westcott series, I said yes - partly out of curiosity about a new-to-me author and partly due to the book’s description. What I found in reading Someone Perfect was a multi-layered Regency written with assurance. Primarily set at a house … Continue reading Someone Perfect by Mary Balogh (review)

Christmas in Three Quarter Time by Rachel McMillan (novella review)

A love story and a love letter to the city and markets of Vienna, Christmas in Three Quarter Time is a charming workplace romance between two freelance reporters. At least, that's how I was going to begin to describe this novella by Rachel McMillan. Then it occurred to me that this is absolutely a love … Continue reading Christmas in Three Quarter Time by Rachel McMillan (novella review)