Hoglets’ Christmas Magic by Lynette Creswell – Review

Lynette Creswell brings a hedgehog family to life in Hoglet’s Christmas Magic. It is indeed full of magic. The family brings a sweetness that resonates with so many during the Christmas holidays. I adore how Santa falls into the narrative. His appearance was unexpected yet delightful.

Fire and Fury for the Tobacco Girls by Lizzie Lane – Review

Lizzie Lane is back again with the newest installment in the Tobacco Girls series. Fire and Fury for the Tobacco Girls have the girls right in the midst of WWII. Watching the familiar characters live through the realities of war was fascinating.

George the Orphan Crow and the Creatures of Blossom Valley by Helen Fox – Review

George the Orphan Crow and the Creatures of Blossom Valley by Helen Fox – Review

Helen Fox gives readers of all ages a delightful tale of cute animals and magic. George the Orphan Crow and the Creatures of Blossom Valley is a bit of a mouthful. But the story is imaginative and entertaining. I loved every character, even the baddies.

A Seaside Summer: Timeless Regency Romance Collection (Book 17) by Josi S. Kilpack, Martha Keyes, and Heather B. Moore – Review

A Seaside Summer is a delightful collection of three historical romances that take place near the sea. Each one is amazing and the perfect length for a quick afternoon read. Josi S. Kilpack, Martha Keyes, and Heather B. Moore are gifted storytellers. Each story is unique, yet all hit the right spot in your heart.

Taylor Partially Matured by Grayson Avery – Spotlight

About Taylor Partially Matured Twenty-seven-year-old Taylor Quinn rocks the three I’s. She’s immature, impulsive, and totally inappropriate. Now that she’s been admitted to the Sweet Water Circle, a group of long-time friends now in their…

The Matchmaker’s Lonely Heart by Nancy Campbell Allen – Review

Nancy Campbell Allen tells a daring story of love, life, and murder in her newest novel. The Matchmaker’s Lonely Heart contains strong female characters that make you fall in love with them. Plus, there is danger and intrigue around every corner. What’s not to love?

A Christmas Wedding in the Cotswolds by Lucy Coleman – Review

Lucy Coleman’s novel, A Christmas Wedding in the Cotswolds, is one of those timeless romance novels that makes you feel all warm inside. I’m not sure you could go wrong with a wedding at Christmas. The magic of both makes something even more special than either alone.

Elle’s A to Z of Love by Claire Huston – Review

Claire Huston hit me right in the feels with her first book last summer, and now she’s done it again with Elle’s A to Z of Love. Claire has some sort of magic hidden in her pen because her novels make me laugh, sigh, and cry. Her contemporary romances are fantastic.