The Bachelor Duke by Cecilia Rene | #BookBlast #TheBachelorDuke #HFVBTBlogTours | @HFVBT @cecilia_rene

Hello, Sunshines, I have the huge pleasure to be starting this fabulous book blast for; The Bachelor Duke by Cecilia Rene. This book looks amazing, the cover is so beautiful and I can't wait to share it with you all, I hope you love the look of it as much as I do. Firstly, thank…

#BlogTour | Anyone for Edmund? by Simon Edge | #AnyoneForEdmund #Review #damppebblesblogtours | @simonjedge @EyeAndLightning @damppebbles

Hello, Sunshines, I have the huge pleasure to be today's stop on this fantastic blog tour for; Anyone For Edmund by Simon Edge. I can't wait to share my review with you all, first I want to say thank you to Emma at Damppebbles for the complimentary copy and for inviting me onto this tour.…

#Review – Heroic Measures by Jo-Ann Powers (@CeriseDeLand) #WW1 #Romance #Historic #HeroicMeasures @WildRosePress

Honoring those who have served their country in war, most focus on those who have fought on the battlefields. But one group's heroics under fire have slipped through the pages of history, a group whose blood and sweat were left in operating rooms and hospital tents, a group whose heroism has seldom been measured. For…

Review – The War Widow by Lorna Gray

While the bells of a Royal Wedding peel out to the fading echoes of war, danger stalks the coastline of Wales… Wales, 1947 Injured and terrified after an attempted abduction, desperation drives artist Kate Ward to the idyllic scene of her ex-husband’s recent suicide. Labelled a hysterical, grieving divorcée, no one believes she is being…

Review – Miss Moonshines Emporium of Happy Endings; A Feel Good Collection of Heart-warming Stories

  Sometimes what you need is right there waiting for you... Miss Moonshine’s Wonderful Emporium has stood in the pretty Yorkshire town of Haven Bridge for as long as anyone can remember. With her ever-changing stock, Miss Moonshine has a rare gift for providing exactly what her customers need: a fire opal necklace that provides…

Review – Proof of Virtue by Leila Snow

“In struggling with misfortune, Lies the true proof of virtue.” -Shakespeare It is the year 1848, and a cholera outbreak has just ravaged Manchester, leaving Emma Belden an orphan, with two young siblings to care for. Left with few options, she is forced to enter the workhouse and suffer the habitual injustices commonplace to that…