She’d only known him one night. And that was all it took to fall.
If you’re in the mood for a quick Christmas read then The Earl of Christmas Past is just what you need!
I’ll admit, ghost stories aren’t usually my thing, but a Kerrigan Byrne book most definitely is. I was sucked in almost immediately and very intrigued with the idea of a ghost haunting, especially one such as handsome as the Earl.
Finding a ghost in her lodging room wasn’t exactly what Venessa had planned but when one is traveling alone for the holidays, you won’t hear her complaining about the added excitement. And of course after hearing his story she wants nothing more than to help him.
Let me tell you, I could feel the sparks, between these two, through the pages. My heart even got a bit of a squeeze a time or two.
While this is technically 1.5 in the Goode Girls series, it can be read as a standalone. But I recommend reading the series though. Kerrigan is a wizard when it comes to historical romances.
I’ve had this book since release day but never found the time to read it. When I was scrolling social media I discovered that Ben Barnes was doing the male narration and I adore him! He’s going to be The Darkling in the Netflix show, Shadow and Bone! Of course, he’s Prince Caspian to many, but The Darkling!! Eep! The female narrator was one of the characters in the Six of Crows duology so I knew she’s be fabulous.
The narration was soothing and I’m so happy they chose these two to read it. I found myself just sitting and staring off in the distance as I listened. I didn’t wanna miss a moment.
The Lives of Saints is a short but very intriguing addition to the Grishaverse. I was swept away by the stories of miracles and saints. It made me like the Grishaverse even more now.
And I’ll admit I teared up on the last one.
If you get the opportunity to listen instead of read this, you should definitely take that opportunity.
I don’t know what it is but there’s just something about this Simple Wild family that sucks me in. These books make me feel like I’m in Alaska with them. Since I’ll never go there, this is the next best thing. This is book 2.5 in the series so you definitely need to read the others first. You can thank me later. This series is probably my favorite from K.A. Tucker. It holds everything I want in a series.
Watching Jonah and Calla has been a blast. After finishing this I really wanna read The Simple Wild again and remember all those crazy initial feelings. So many emotions were flying! In Forever Wild Jonah and Calla’s part of the story comes to an end. In a good way, of course! We’ve been waiting for this and I can’t tell you how happy I am that we got it. There were a few bumps, as all true love stories have, but their HEA was worth all of them.
I adore Jonah and Calla and their families, blood and made. They’re all quirky and amusing and I look forward to more stories from them.
As you may know already, I don’t read blurbs or search reviews before I read a book. Especially not from an auto-buy author like JR award. So I went in expecting a novella, since it’s labeled a .5 I’m the series. Boy, was I wrong.
This book was more BDB than any of the last few books in the series. This had everything I wanted, more of the brothers, more family moments, and way more emotion. I cried three times. And once was legit full on tears, setting the book down to collect myself, type of crying. I was so not expecting these things to happen.
This tiny MMP packs a solid punch. While a Nor’easter slams Caldwell, things at the mansion are anything but smooth. You would think that having a snow day would be fun but one thing after another seems to go wrong.
Blay and Qhuinn aren’t my favorite couple, if I’m being honest. So spending more time in their heads didn’t sound like fun to me but this book changed my mind. Their love story is definitely one of the rockiest we’ve seen, sprinkled with the craziest family dynamic, but I wouldn’t have it any other way. It makes me so very happy to see how far they’ve come.
Fans will be happy to see who else’s POV we get in this book. It was nice to be back with him and see that even people, or vampires in this case, still have to continue working on yourself even if you have a family. Having a family isn’t always the sure fire way to normalcy. There will always be demons you must destroy.
Last, but definitely not least, we have Lassiter. That angel is one of a kind. He can drive you crazy one minute, and the next have you in tears. I adore him. His scenes are evolving and it makes me stand up and take notice. The angel is definitely growing into himself. We better all hold on.
I wasn’t planning on talking so much about this but again, this little book packs a punch. There’s so much more I could say but I’ll let you just read it for yourself.