Review: Jane Seymour: The Haunted Queen by Alison Weir

The story of Jane Seymour, King Henry VIII’s third wife. Jane grew up in a country surrounded by loving family and beautiful gardens. When she was a child her only dream was to become a nun and serve God but growing up and spending some time in an abbey she realizes she meant for something…

Review: The Sky Above Us by Sarah Sundin

Adler Paxton left his home in Texas the night the terrible accident happened, the night his fiancé died. He ruined his life, his relationship with his parents, betrayed his younger brother Clay and almost killed his older brother Wyatt. Adler is certain that there is no way back home for him. He decides to join…

Review: The Painted Veil by W. Somerset Maugham

How can I be reasonable? To me our love was everything and you were my whole life. It is not very pleasant to realize that to you it was only an episode. Kitty is a spoiled lightheaded young woman, she rushes to marry Walter for all the wrong reasons; her little sister was engaged before…

Review: The Virgin Widow by Anne O’Brien

Anne Neville is the daughter of one of the most powerful men in England. Earl of Warwick was the one to help Edward of York to become a King. But when the Edward marries without Warwick’s approval, the famous Kingmaker proclaims he’s not a man to shove aside. The book follows Anne’s story as her…

Review: Courage to be Counted by Eleri Grace

Vivian is a strongminded independent woman, who is not afraid to join the Red Cross. As she waiting for her new easement overseas, she meets a handsome pilot Jack who also wants to contribute and take part in the war effort. They romance bloom very quickly, since they don’t have long time before they ship…

Favorite Fall Movies vol. 2

In Fall I’m in such a romantic mood and I must watch the sweetest movies ever! The perfect fall movie has to be: predictable, kind, heartwarming, extremely emotional and sentimental and very very romantic. A happy ending is a must too! So, here is my list of a few movies I like to rewatch every…

Review: Garden Spells by Sarah Addison Allen

Some people don’t know how to fall in love, like not knowing how to swim. They panic first when they jump in. Then they figure it out. The novel follows two very different sisters who get together after many years under the same roof and have to learn to be a family again. Somehow, they…

Review: If Not for You by Debbie Macomber

Beth grew up under her mother’s constant control; how to dress, what to do, who to date, those decisions were always made for her. Finally, Beth decides to stand up for herself and start living the way she wants. With the support of her dear aunt Sunshine, Beth leaves Chicago and moves to Portland, gets…

Review: Wives of War by Soraya M. Lane

Scarlet left her privileged life and joins the Red Cross in order to find her fiancé Thomas, who’s gone missing somewhere in France. During her journey to Normandy, she befriends with two different women. Ellie, Irish, poor and determinate to help the men on the battlefield. Lucy a hardworking and experienced nurse, who dreams of…

Review: The Sea Before Us by Sarah Sundin

After losing her mother and two brothers, Dorothy dedicates herself to her father and her service at the Wren, the Women’s Royal Naval Service. Her job gets more important when the D-Day approaches. As her office researches the photographs of France in order to create accurate maps and help planning the Allied invasion of Normandy….