Genre: Historical Romance

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Nov 22
{Mini Review+Series Giveaway} THE DARE AND THE DOCTOR by Kate Noble @NobleRorick

{Mini Review+Series Giveaway} THE DARE AND THE DOCTOR by Kate Noble @NobleRorick

To celebrate the third in the Winner Takes All series, The Dare and the Doctor, we are hosting a giveaway and the WINNER will TAKE ALL books in the series: The Game and the Governess, The Lie and the Lady and The Dare and the Doctor! Please note, you can enter at all participating blogs listed below but you can only win once. So be sure to check out all the books  in the series and head over to the other blogs on the tour for more chances to win!   The Dare and the Doctor is the third book in the Winner Takes All series by Kate Noble. It is the first book in the series I have read and I really enjoyed this one. I don’t read too many historical romances, but when I do, I tend to be very picky. The Dare and the Doctor stood up to my strict scrutiny. I found the characters to be a breath of fresh air. I especially loved the witty and snappy… Read more »

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Aug 16
{Review} The Architect of Song by A.G. Howard @aghowardwrites

{Review} The Architect of Song by A.G. Howard @aghowardwrites

The Architect of Song is the first installment in author A.G. Howard’s Haunted Hearts Legacy series, a four book gothic saga, which according to the summary follows the “generations of one family as – haunted by both literal and figurative ghosts – they search for self-acceptance, love, and happiness.” It has been so long since I have read a ghost story, and even longer since I have read a historical ghost story. I adored The Architect of Song. It is such an atmospheric read. It is on the slow side, but when you are in the mood for a very well written, meandering, but romantic book, The Architect of Song is a great one for you to check out. Because of the slow, descriptive pacing throughout, coupled with the fact that The Architect of Song is 425 pages, it took me some time to read. Actually, it took me a few days, which is very odd for me. But I rather enjoyed the denseness of this story. It allowed me… Read more »

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