Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Blog Tour: #starstruck by Sariah Wilson

Review * Giveaway
 #starstruck by Sariah Wilson

Book Description:

“You’ve done better.”

With one uncharacteristically sassy tweet to her longtime celebrity crush, Zoe Miller’s life turns upside down. Ultra hot A-lister Chase Covington doesn’t just respond to Zoe’s tweet, he does the unthinkable: he messages Zoe directly. Now she must decide between walking away or meeting her crush in person.

Chase knows better than to trust anyone from the Internet, but Zoe’s saucy challenge has totally caught his interest—and her girl-next-door personality is keeping it. He’s been burned enough to know he needs to keep his heart close. But his feelings for Zoe might be a lot more than just an online flirtation. He just has to convince her…

When the press gets wind of Zoe and Chase’s secret relationship, their romance turns into tabloid headlines. Will they be able to hold on to their Hollywood love story?


Sariah Wilson does it again! She writes such entertaining stories that suck you in and keep you engaged to the last page.

As unlikely as this story is to happen in real life, Wilson writes it in such a way that seems so believable. And who doesn't like a Cinderella-type story? It must be human nature to root for the underdog, and I couldn't help but do that for Zoe. Due to life experiences she’s decided to wait until she’s married to have sex and that usually ends relationships before they even get a chance to start. She doesn’t trust many people and doesn’t think much of herself. But she falls in love with a famous actor and he falls in love with her and everything is going well until their trust is breached.

#starstruck is a very quick and enjoyable read that I can see myself reading again.

Content-wise there are some very passionate kissing scenes, along with talk of physical temptations and then fade to black marital sex.

Tour Schedule:

January 15 - Bookworm Nation / KJ’s Book Nook
January 16 - Literary Time Out / Getting Your Read On / Katie’s Clean Book Collection 
January 17 - My Book a Day / Wishful Endings / LDS Writer Mom
January 18 - Empower Moms / Why Not? Because I Said So
January 19 - Bookworm Lisa / Min Reads and Reviews

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Title: #starstruck
Author: Sariah Wilson
Publisher: Montlake Romance
Published: January 2018
ISBN: 1503949362
Source: I received an eCopy from the tour host in exchange for an honest review.

Purchase: Amazon | Kindle

Cover Reveal: Veins of Gold by Charlie N. Holmberg

Release date: July 17, 2018

A new historical fantasy novel from Wall Street Journal bestselling author Charlie N. Holmberg:


Desperate to save her siblings from poverty, a young woman discovers magic fueled by gold . . . and a love for the man who wields it.

Abandoned by their father for the gold rush, Gentry and her siblings labor to survive alone in the inhospitable west. When bizarre natural disasters begin wreaking havoc on the land, Gentry discovers a world of magic. Desperate for help, she accepts aid from a mysterious stranger.

Winn not only sees the magic, but controls its hunger by feeding it gold—the very thing Gentry’s father left to acquire. But the earth’s unrest only grows worse, and Gentry’s fear leads her to a terrible choice: marry a wealthy man she does not love, or trust in Winn’s unpredictable power to save her family.

Other Books by Charlie N. Holmberg:

The Paper Magician
The Glass Magician
The Master Magician
The Plastic Magician
Followed by Frost
Magic Bitter, Magic Sweet
The Fifth Doll

Friday, January 12, 2018

Book Review: Holding the Fort by Regina Jennings

Holding the Fort (Fort Reno #1)
Book Description:

Louisa Bell never wanted to be a dance-hall singer, but dire circumstances force her hand. With a little help from her brother in the cavalry, she's able to make ends meet, but lately he's run afoul of his commanding officer, so she undertakes a visit to straighten him out.

Major Daniel Adams has his hands full at Fort Reno. He can barely control his rowdy troops, much less his two adolescent daughters. If Daniel doesn't find someone respectable to guide his children, his mother-in-law insists she'll take them.

When Louisa arrives with some reading materials, she's mistaken for the governess who never appeared. Major Adams is skeptical. She bears little resemblance to his idea of a governess--they're not supposed to be so blamed pretty--but he's left without recourse. His mother-in-law must be satisfied, which leaves him turning a blind eye to his unconventional governess's methods. Louisa's never faced so important a performance. Can she keep her act together long enough?

Book Review:

I was reading other people's reviews on this book and I came across someone who called this a "Beach Read." I like that. This book certainly isn't life changing or super deep, or even causes you to think hard, but it's a light, fun read that would be perfect for relaxing and letting go. In fact, once I got into it I stayed up entirely too late finishing it.  It did take me a little bit of time to actually get into the book, but once she gets to the fort and starts teaching I got hooked.

Daniel takes a little time to appreciate. He is very strict and military. His friend Lieutenant Hennessey was a great addition and a little more laid back and fun to read about. It was fun to see Louisa try to keep up with the girls' studies. I would have liked a little more on that front, but overall I was fine with it. I'm pretty sure one of the next books is going to deal with Louisa's brother Bradley, and honestly I'm not sure how I feel about him. He generally isn't the type of character that I love, but I guess we'll see when his story comes out.

Holding the Fort (Fort Reno #1)
Title: Holding the Fort
Author: Regina Jennings
Publisher: Bethany House
Published: December 2017
ISBN: 076421893X
Source: I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Blog Tour: Heart of the West by Carolyn Twede Frank

Reviews * Giveaway
Heart of the West by Carolyn Twede Frank

Book Description:

Independent-minded women are considered highly unsuitable in Kate Donahue’s wealthy Long Island society. Yes, Kate would lead a proper life should she marry, but her dream of practicing medicine would surely be thwarted by her domineering fiancĂ©. To follow her dream, she must take dramatic measures. So when she reads a newspaper ad seeking a qualified small-town physician, Kate embarks on a new life in the Wild West.

Upon her arrival in the rugged settlement of Craig, Colorado, Kate is disappointed to discover that even in the West, no one wants a woman doctor. As she struggles to establish her practice, she is kept busy fending off the unwanted attentions of a local rancher, a man unnervingly reminiscent of the ex-fiancĂ© she left behind in New York. Romantic entanglements are the last thing on Kate’s mind. That is, until she meets Lucas McCurdy, an Irish immigrant with whom she feels an undeniable connection. But when their relationship inflames a dangerous land battle, Kate and Lucas find themselves defenseless in a lawless town—a perilous position that may cost them.

Andrea's Review:

Heart of the West is a very enjoyable, fast read, with a spunky main character.  My favorite leading ladies are those that don't fit the mold, and Kate was exactly that. She's a well-bred Eastern lady who longed to be a doctor. Her socialite parents were financially supportive through her schooling, but when the time came for her to setup a practice, they were very much against it. Her fiance also wasn't supportive, and she came to realize that he was only marrying her for her family's wealth and social standing. She emptied her savings and fled Long Island for Craig, Colorado, with hopes of becoming the growing town's doctor. She quickly discovered that most Westerners weren't open to the idea of a female doctor, and becoming accepted was a huge uphill battle.

Lots of minds were changed in this story, and it was refreshing (especially in quite a few townspeople once they were given a different option).

I also really enjoyed how several characters gave nearly all they had to help others. And how small acts of kindness made a huge difference in people's outlook.

I was curious about how things ended up with Kate's family (they were mentioned several times throughout the story, but we didn't get closure with them).  

Heart of the West was very entertaining, and I can see myself reading it again.

Rorie's Review:

I admit, I was kind of turned off at first by the initial "every man (except one) in this book is a horrible person" vibe that I was getting. Granted, some of them were downright awful, but not all of them. Thankfully, as Kate established herself in town, a lot of that disappeared, and the story became much better. 
Kate came to Craig, Colorado, with several demons, and a bit of a chip on her shoulder towards men in general. But she also came with a fierce determination to succeed, and she fought through each stumbling block placed in her path in order to do that. 
I was enamored with Lucas' character right away, and enjoyed all of his interactions with Kate. There were so many great supporting characters as well, something that really helps make a story for me. 
I admit, I kept waiting for a final showdown between Stanley, Kate and Lucas, but it never happened. It made it feel like something was missing at the end. Other than that minor issue though, I really enjoyed this story and look forward to reading more from this author.

Tarah's Review:

I think it's a good sign that I'm hoping there will be another book. Heart of the West is a super quick read and left me feeling happy. I will admit that the cover (or rather the hues of the cover) didn't do much for me. It is kind of brown and dull, and I was thinking that the book would be the same, but the blurb on the back sounded good. Well, it was good. Kathrine was a good, strong character full of heart, and the women she gets to know in town are fun to watch. I'm really hoping that Rosie gets her own book. That would be a lot of fun to read.

I will admit that I would have liked more with her family, and I actually would have liked a little more with her relationship with Lucas. Don't get me wrong, I like him, he's great, but it didn't seem like they had a lot of interaction before he's confessing love for her, and well...I wanted more. But I appreciate that the author kept everything clean.

I'd read this again, and I'd recommend it to my friends.

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Title: Heart of the West
Author: Carolyn Twede Frank
Publisher: Covenant Communications, Inc.
Published: January 2018
ISBN: 1524404950
Source: We received copies from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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Monday, January 8, 2018

Blog Tour: Christmas at Carnton

Christmas at Carnton (Carnton, #0.5) 

Book Description:

Recently widowed, Aletta Prescott struggles to hold life together for herself and her six-year old son. With the bank threatening to evict them, she discovers an advertisement for the Women's Relief Society auction and applies for a position—only to discover it's been filled. Then a chance meeting with a wounded soldier offers another opportunity-- and friendship. But can Aletta trust this man?

Captain Jake Winston, a revered Confederate sharpshooter, suffered a head wound at the Battle of Chickamauga. When doctors deliver their diagnosis, Jake fears losing not only his greatest skill but his very identity. As he heals, Jake is ordered to assist with a local Women's Relief Society auction. He respectfully objects. Kowtowing to a bunch of "crinolines" isn't his idea of soldiering. But orders are orders, and he soon discovers this group of ladies—one, in particular—is far more than he bargained for.

Set against the backdrop of the real history of Carnton Plantation in Franklin, Tennessee, Christmas at Carnton is a story of hope renewed and faith restored at Christmas.

Book Review:

I don't know how I missed this, but this book is a novella, which if I had realized that at the time of reading I think I would have felt much differently about this book. I mean, come on, look at that cover. It's beautiful and Christmasy. I love Christmas stories, and I have no problem reading them throughout the year. There is nothing better than a Christmas story in July (decorations are a different matter, but stories...those are year round). But because I didn't do my research, the whole time I just felt like the book was rushed and not super developed. Conflict almost happened, and then very quickly it was solved. The romance felt fast to me, especially with her being a widow of about a month. And then the book ended. And then I realized it was a novella, and maybe had I been expecting that I wouldn't have been bothered by the quickness of it all. I mean, novella's have to be quick, right? So honestly I'm not sure how to review it since my perception was skewed from the start. I don't see myself reading it again, but there wasn't anything overly wrong with it...

Christmas at Carnton (Carnton, #0.5) 
 Title: Christmas at Carnton
Author: Tamara Alexander

Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Published: October 2017
Source: I received an eCopy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Blog Tour: The Fisherman's Daughter by Melinda Sue Sanchez

Reviews * Giveaway
 The Fisherman's Daughter by Melinda Sue Sanchez

Book Description:

Eighteen-year-old Marianna De'Angelis has grown up on her father's fishing boat off the picturesque coast of Sicily, Italy. She traverses the nearby countryside on horseback and bicycle and works alongside her mother selling fish at market. It is a simple, happy life. But when WWII erupts and the Nazis overtake the country, Marianna's peaceful world is shattered.

In the midst of chaos, Marianna encounters a handsome, young Italian soldier named Massimo Scalvone. Though she tries to keep her distance, Marianna finds herself powerfully drawn to Massimo. Yet all the while, the man she is growing to love conceals a deadly secret—a secret that ensures that in a world now ruled by politics and greed, Massimo is not free to give his heart. Devastated, Marianna immerses herself in helping her family and neighbors survive the war. But soon, merely helping is not enough, and the young woman undertakes increasingly dangerous missions for the resistance. Although Marianna and Massimo each harbor secrets, their only hope of survival is to trust each other with the truth of who they really are.

Andrea's Review:

I was drawn into this story right away, but it had a very slow pace and I found myself getting distracted by other things. But, once I got back into it I was quite interested to find out what would happen to Marianna and Massimo.

I thought it was well written and I really came to care for the main characters. Marianna was such a strong and courageous character, always wanting to help those around her.

This time in history is tough (WWII Italy), and there was a lot of suffering shared in the story. I appreciated that the author was able to convey the horrors of war without going too much in depth with graphic violence.

The espionage was quite intriguing. There were so many players, and the fact that so many willingly risk their lives for the greater good is heartening.

I would read more by this author.

Content-wise there is violence and some passionate kissing.

Rorie's Review:

Whenever I think about the enemies of WWII, I usually think about Hitler, and the Nazis. I admit, I've never given much thought to the Italians, even knowing they were part of the Axis. This book was eye-opening, giving the reader the viewpoint of a typical Italian family, caught up on the wrong side of a war, having to send their brothers and sons off to fight for a cause they didn't agree with. 
I had never heard of the Partisan resistance fighters before, and am now very interested in learning more about them as well as Italy's involvement in the war. 
Marianna and Massimo's relationship seemed to happen really fast, but even with that, it didn't seem cheesy or unbelievable. The strength of their family bonds also helped make this story so good. 
The beginning of the story moved a bit slow for me, but once the battles started, it became very hard to put the book down. Definitely a keeper.

Tarah's Review:

This story was a little different for me in that I feel like the romance sort of got in the way. Normally I'm all about the romance, and it should be front and center, but for some reason not for this book. Maybe it was because I didn't really buy into their romance. It happened super fast, and whenever they were together they just made out. We never saw evidence of their getting to know one another, even in the beginning stages. I need more background for my characters than some kissing.

The story really picked up when the romance wasn't part of it. I loved getting a closer look at the different factions and the different families. The Partisan resistance, the fighters and their backgrounds, even the SS soldier were all a fascinating read.

And here is where I become hypocritical. Remember my rant about the romance? Well, the ending needed more. I got a page. That's it. Just one. After all the conflict I want things flushed out more than just a page. I need to see reunions with families and loved ones. I need to see things years down the road. I need healing. I need....well, I just need more than a page. 
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Title: The Fisherman's Daughter
Author: Melinda Sue Sanchez
Publisher: Covenant Communications, Inc.
Published: January 2018
ISBN: 152440280X
Source: We received copies from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Book Blast: Hothouse Flower by Taylor Dean


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Hothouse Flower by Taylor Dean 

I loved Jace Faraday with all my heart. 

I loved everything about him, from his huge smile to his fabulous laugh. Another man never caught my eye. It was always Jace and Shay, together forever. 

Until it wasn’t. 

He devastated me, he ruined me. I’ve never gotten over it. 

But, I’m a survivor. I’m not a precious flower that can only thrive if kept safe from the perils of the outside world. 

Except now Jace has returned home. He’s just across the street from me, so close I swear I can actually feel his presence. 

I can’t avoid him forever. At some point I have to face him. And when I do, I know sparks will fly. 

To redeem himself for his past actions, I need major remorse. I need a profuse apology and maybe even a little begging for forgiveness. I won’t settle for anything less. 

However, when the truth behind our break-up is revealed, I’m stunned. It leaves me reeling—and yearning for the six years that have been lost to us. 

The thing is, once the truth is known, there’s nothing to keep us apart. 

Absolutely nothing.  

Dear Reader: This book deals with a sensitive issue.   

The Sound of Silence Series is a three book series.

Book One: Stone Silence, Spencer’s Story 
Book Two: Jailbird, Mia’s Story 
Book Three: Hothouse Flower, Shay’s Story

Each book has a happy ending and there are no cliffhangers. 

They are not standalones and should be read in order.

Read an excerpt from HOTHOUSE FLOWER: 

I'LL BE RIGHT down to help with dinner, Mom,” I holler. It will just be a few minutes because I’m busy staring out the window at the man I’ve loved nearly all my life. 

He’s home. He’s actually home—just across the street from me, only yards away. I swear I can physically feel his presence and it’s killing me. 

Jace Faraday. The love of my youth. 

He just arrived at his mother’s house across the street. It’s early evening and I’m watching from my upstairs bedroom window just like I used to do as a teenager. All those old feelings I had for him are rushing over me just as strong as ever. Except now I’m a twenty-six year old woman and, sadly, I feel as though I’m too old to feel giddy over a man. 

He is the one man in my life that I have ever truly loved. I loved everything about him from his huge smile to his soft voice to his fabulous laugh. I loved his brawny physique, yet the fact that he had such a gentle touch. 

I loved his sense of humor the most of all. When we first started to say I love you to each other, they were serious moments and I knew he meant it as much as I did. As time went by, I would whisper I love you to him and he’d respond in a silly voice, “And I’ve grown fond of you.” It reduced me to a writhing mass of giggles every time. 

I was young when I first met him. His family moved in across the street when I was in kindergarten. By the time I was in fifth grade, I was sure he was the man I would marry. I was just a little girl with stars in her eyes, someone who was in love with love. By then Jace was in the eighth grade and seemed larger than life to me. 

That feeling of hero worship I felt as a little girl has never left me. 

Stone Silence by Taylor Dean  

Great big beautiful love.  

Does it really exist? 

Everyone tells me it does. They say, “Spencer Elliott, don’t worry, you’ll find it one day. You just have to find the right man and when you do, it will surprise the heck out of you.” 

I’m still waiting for that heck of a surprise to hit. It has proven to be elusive thus far. I’m pretty sure the entire world is lying about love and the joke is on me. 

I know I want a man in my heart and in my life. Unfortunately, most men immediately push my OFF button and I lose interest quickly. 

Feeling pressure to prove I’m trying to find my soulmate, I finally give in and agree to a date. Huge mistake. Afterward I find myself abandoned in the middle of nowhere, in desperate need of help. 

That’s when I meet Stony by chance. 

He’s a silent and unsmiling man who intrigues me with his ability to keep going after life has knocked him down. Suddenly the abstract notion of love becomes tangible and within my reach. Once I experience it, I wonder how I ever lived without it. 

That’s when I stay with Stony by choice. 

But when Stony’s hidden past and present-day reality collide, his silence is broken. And the truth about his life nearly brings me to my knees. I can’t compete with ghosts from the past. 

I refuse to fight for a man’s love. He either loves me or he doesn’t. It’s as simple and as complicated as that. 

My only hope is . . . he does. 

Catch Book Two, JAILBIRD.
 Jailbird by Taylor Dean 

My hometown decided to rename me Jailbird. 

Every day I silently scream out, “My name is Mia Faraday!” My time in jail does not define me. I am so much more than one heated mistake. 

And yet, my slip-up weighs on me. There’s so much more to the story than anyone realizes. I must face Stony, my ex, and confess everything. 

I don’t want to. I’d rather have five teeth pulled. While I’m awake. Without anesthesia. 

But this is something I have to do, something I need to do. Not just for Stony. I need to do it for me. Especially for me. I can’t move forward with my life until I gain closure from the past. 

When I meet Grayson Elliott, I am easily pulled into his orbit and it’s exactly where I’d love to stay. He makes me laugh and not take life so seriously. He makes me want to live again. 

But I don’t love me right now, and that healing needs to come first. I’m not relationship-ready or marriage material. My mind is focused on redemption. I want it. I need it. 

Besides, when Grayson hears about my colorful past, I’m sure he’ll be gone before I have time to utter the word goodbye. 

After all, who could ever love a jailbird?


Praise for JAILBIRD: 

Mia's story about forgiveness and redemption is packed with emotion and will leave you wanting more! -Jana, Amazon Review 

An adventure from start to finish, a wonderful sequel to Stone Silence. -atvtnv, Amazon Review 

Once I started reading, I just couldn't stop! It has been a LONG time since a book has kept me up WAY past my bedtime! -KJ's Book Nook

Author Taylor Dean

Taylor Dean lives in Texas and is the mother of four grown children. Upon finding herself with an empty nest, she began to write the stories that were always wandering around in her head, quickly finding she had a passion for writing, specifically romance. Whether it’s paranormal, contemporary, or suspense—you’ll find all sub-genres of clean romance in her line-up.

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Monday, January 1, 2018

Review: The Nobleman's Governess Bride by Deborah Hale

The Nobleman's Governess Bride by Deborah Hale

Book Description:

Jane Eyre meets Prince Charming in two enchanting Regency love stories! Previously published as "Much Ado About Nuptials" and The Baron’s Governess Bride.

Loyal Rebecca Beaton and gentle Grace Ellerby became lifelong friends while enduring the hardships of childhood at a harsh charity school. Now employed as governesses, they care for other people’s children, never expecting to know the blessings of loving marriages and families of their own. But when Rebecca and Grace encounter two special gentlemen who have suffered their own misfortunes, these humble governesses may become Cinderella brides!

In “The Viscount Meets His Match” Sebastian Viscount Benedict knows from bitter experience that marrying a woman of lower rank and fortune brings nothing but heartache. He is determined to prevent his beloved brother from making the same mistake by wedding the local squire’s daughter. Rebecca Beaton disagrees. She is certain her former pupil, Hermione, truly loves the viscount’s brother and will make him a devoted wife. She tries to persuade formidable Lord Benedict to give the young couple his blessing.

In spite of their many differences, Sebastian finds himself drawn to forthright, loyal Rebecca. Yet he fears his admiration for the lady could erode his good judgment and resolve. Rebecca fights her growing attraction to Sebastian, which threatens to divide her loyalties…and perhaps break her heart. If only she can help him believe in true love, there may be hope for more than one happy ending!

In The Baron’s Governess Bride, Rupert Lord Steadwell is determined to hire the dowdiest, most unmarriageable woman he can find to care for his motherless daughters. The girls were heartbroken when their last governess eloped and Rupert does not want to risk a repetition. In her drab clothes, frumpy cap and spectacles, Grace Ellerby look like the ideal person for the job.

Rupert has no idea that clever, caring Miss Ellerby is a beauty in disguise. Alarmed by unwanted advances from men in her previous positions, Grace is desperate to hide her dangerously attractive appearance and her growing feelings for her new employer. But when Lord Steadwell appears in danger of making a loveless marriage and saddling his daughters with a dreaded stepmother, Grace must risk everything to prevent it. Will a midnight kiss at a masked ball lead to scandal and ruin or will two wary hearts find their happily ever after at last? 


This is a sweet collection of two clean Regency romances. Make sure you start reading with that in mind, because if not, you'll end up like me, and become distracted by the progress of the story verses the percentage completed (#ebookproblems). I couldn’t figure how it could only be 25% finished when it appeared that things were wrapping up. This isn't a problem most people will probably have-I avoid reading book descriptions just before I start reading them so not too much is given away.

Once I realized there would be two stories in the ebook, I was able to fully enjoy it. The first story, The Viscount Meets His Match, was fairly short (a novella), but had a good message about forgiveness.

The second story, The Baron Meets His Match, was quite enjoyable. I wondered how long Grace was going to keep up with her disguise once she was hired, and it went on much longer than I expected. The strain alone caused by using her father's glasses would have made me want to give up the charade right off. 

Grace and Rupert were very likable characters, and their story was fun to read.

While the main characters in the first book are included (briefly) in the second story, these stories would be fine to read on their own. 

I can see myself reading more of Deborah Hale's stories.

Title: The Nobleman's Governess Bride
Author: Deborah Hale
Published: November 2017
ISBN: 0994069375
Source: I received an eCopy from eBooks for Review in exchange for an honest review.
Purchase: Amazon | Kindle