This is a little something I'm doing on Facebook along with fellow blogger and BFF Born to Read Books Each Friday we post a favorite book we loved to read. From the first book of Donna Alward's that I read I feel in love. This ones a favorite of mine. I really enjoyed it.
This year we will be doing covers that match a theme we've picked for that month. Here's a link to see what we'll be doing this year. For October I'm doing #Paranormals I love this series. Can't wait for more books by her.
The Elusive Lord Everhart The Rakes of Fallow Hall # 1 By: Vivienne Lorret Releasing March 24, 2015 Avon Impulse Blurb Gabriel Ludlow, Viscount Everhart will never marry, and thus is sure to win the bachelor’s wager against his friends. Assuming, of course, that his deepest secret—a certain letter containing a marriage proposal made in a moment of passion—doesn’t surface. After all, without Calliope Croft to tempt him, there’s no danger in losing. Or in falling in love. Calliope wants revenge. Five years ago, an anonymous love letter stole her heart and ultimately broke it. Now, Casanova has struck again, and Calliope vows to unmask the scoundrel, stopping him from breaking any more hearts. Yet, time and again, Gabriel distracts her from her task, until she can no longer deny that something about him calls to her... Gabriel was a fool to deny the depth of his feelings for Calliope, but the threat that kept him from her five years ago remains. Now, he must choose b
Welcome back to #BookClubThursday! Free Day! So for today we are doing a free day and I thought what fun, another review of a Christmas story. I have to do as much Christma in July as I can since I have to now wait for true Christmas to happen. I'm like a little kid when it comes to the holidays! So I thought I'd review another Christmas story by a favorite author of mine, Jenifer Ashley. Dylan Morrissey forgoes the Shifters’ traditional Yule celebration, to his family’s dismay. Instead, he joins Ben at the haunted house in New Orleans, planning to meet with potential, if dangerous, allies in the Shifters’ constant struggle for freedom. But the sentient house has other ideas. Dylan wakes up—or rather doesn’t—unable to move or speak, and is taken on a journey to the past, present, and future. Ben, Zander, and Tiger are his guides, but is what they are showing him truth? This one is a true treat to read. I enjoyed it so much and the way the author wrote it was just perfect. It