The Mistletoe Promise by Richard Paul Evans

Elise was planning to spend her holidays as always; alone. However, when a handsome stranger approaches her with a proposition, she finds it strangely attractive. Nick is a partner in a law firm and looks like one of those eligible bachelors from the magazines. He offers Elise to make a contract to pretend a couple…

A Virgin River Christmas by Robyn Carr

…While the sun was setting and the snow started to fall, I thought I’d never in my life seen a more beautiful place. There was a rainbow in the snow! And I wasn’t afraid, because it was just pristine and glorious. You can have all the extras in the world in the city, but this…

12 Books of Christmas

Ta-dah! Here is my 12 Books of Christmas reading challenge or in other words my December TBR. This is a pretty huge amount of books to read in one month for me, but luckily they are romance and easy to read. So, I’ve gone through the Christmas Goodreads lists and picked twelve books that sound so…

Review: Merry and Bright by Debbie Macomber

So, as we’re done with the Fall holidays and set aside our Pumpkin Spice Lattes, it’s time to get our Christmas decorations out, hang around some fairy lights, buy a new ugly sweater and prepare for the merriest season of the year. I’m more than ready to get into the Christmas spirit with some of…

My Top 10 Auto-Buy Authors

I guess everyone has a list of those authors they automatically buy without even look at the description. I know I do. Those authors have proven to me multiple times that I’m going to enjoy everything that is written by them. And with no exceptions, I get each and every book they publish. So, being…

Review: The Look of Love by Sarah Jio

“Amour vit en avant.” Two days before Christmas Eve, Jane Williams receives a mysterious letter, saying she has a gift to see love. In order to be able to love and be loved in the future, she must discover six types of love before her thirty’s birthday. Jane is very skeptical about the message until…

Review: The Irresistible Blueberry Bakeshop & Café by Mary Simses

“I guess that’s the lesson in all of this-not to be eighty years old, looking back on your life, wondering if you made the right choice or how your life might have been different if you’d done one thing and not another.” Just before Ellen’s grandmother Ruth died, she asked her to deliver a letter…

Review: Sea Change by Karen White

“…Being a mother is like being a gardener of souls. You tend your children, make sure the light always touches them; you nourish them. You sow your seeds, and reap what you sow.” Ava Whalen has visions about people she cannot know; a midwife Pamela living in early 1800’s, struggling to take care of her…

Review: The Time Between by Karen White

  There is how we were before, and how we are now, and the time between is spent choosing which doors to open, and which to close. One of the times when I stay up late into the night to finish the book. How can a novel be so heartbreaking and yet so faithful? Eleanor’s…

Review: The Summer Girls by Mary Alice Monroe

  I know I can’t change the past. Not my mistakes or the mistakes of others. But I can begin by changing me. Dora, Carson, and Harper used to spend all their summer at grandma’s beach house the Sea Breeze, on Sullivan’s Island, South Carolina. Now they have grown up and had their own lives…

Review: Time Is a River by Mary Alice Monroe

I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.  – Henry David Thoreau Just as she recovered from a breast cancer…

7 Best Vacation-on-the-Beach Books

Although it’s fall and everybody pulled out their plaid throw ups, fluffy socks and studied some new PUMPKIN-EVERYTHING recipes,  it’s still sad to let go of the summer. In case you guys want to keep summer around for a bit longer, here are some of my suggestions for nice and summery reads.   A Single…