New Trilogy from Susan May Warren Cover Reveal

Cover reveal! Ruby Jane Marshall and York Newgate return as they dive into danger in a brand new trilogy from Susan May Warren, releasing this August.
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All ex-spy York Newgate wants is to propose—and marry—the woman of his dreams. And he’ll do it at the fancy restaurant in the Eiffel Tower. But his plans go awry when his wanna-be spy girlfriend spots an international killer. Suddenly he must choose between saving his country and saving his happy ending. Yay
RJ Marshall isn’t quite ready to settle down, is she? She is tired of sitting behind a desk, analyzing problems for the international think-tank, the Caleb Group. What she’d like is some real-live, Sydney Bristow style action. So when she spots criminal mastermind Alan Martin on the loose and possibly wreaking havoc she’s hot on his tail…
And in over her head.
Suddenly, York must not only apprehend Martin, but keep Ruby Jane safe from her own dangerous antics. But what if she can handle herself…
And he’s the one in big trouble?
It’s an epic adventure across Europe, from France to Italy, to Germany and even Russia in this riveting, fun, romantic, enthralling trilogy about true love, honor, and the cost of, well, saving the world.

Review of “Texas Buried Secrets” by Virginia Vaughan

This is the sixth book in the “Cowboy Lawmen” series. It is about Josh Avery and Cecile Richardson. He is the sheriff and she is one of his deputies. These two characters play off each other well. By that I mean, you can really feel their chemistry. The suspense in this book starts from the very beginning and goes to almost the very end. One of the many things I found interesting in this novel is that not only is there a current case going on but there are several cold cases as well. I also found it interesting that it was not easy to determine the guilty party. In fact, I did not solve this one myself. For a romantic suspense book, I thought there was a good balance between the two. I definitely would recommend this novel.

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book in order to give an honest review.

Review of “The Songs that Could Have Been” by Amanda Wen

This is the second book in the Sedgwick County Chronicles. It is a romantic split time novel. It was so well written that I found myself feeling all of the emotions that the characters were feeling. The grandmother in the story has Alzheimer’s disease and parts of the book are written where you can tell they are her thoughts. It is so sad but so accurately written I believe as to what a person with Alzheimer’s would sound like if you were inside their head. I can relate to this because I have known and been around people with this disease. I can also relate to Garrett’s philosophy on being early is the equivalent of being on time. All the characters in this book draw you into the story. This book is definitely on the top of my favorite books I have read list.

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book in order to give an honest review.

Review of “Royally Married” by Jill Boyce

This is the third book in a series that needs to be read in order. There are several people in this book that could be viewed as adversaries to the main character, Claire Thompson. They bring intrigue to the plot. Another character that brings intrigue to the story but in the very best way is Claire’s granny. She is one of my favorite characters. She brings a whole lot of humor to the book and I love her personality. In this novel, Claire has so many mishaps that you really start feeling bad for her and wishing you could jump into book to help. I found this book was a fast read because it was so entertaining. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who likes contemporary romance.

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book in order to give an honest review.

Review of “Where the Road Bends” by Rachel Fordham

The blurb on the back of the book is just the beginning of this really endearing story. This novel has all three kinds of characters you would expect in a love story. It has the damsel, the knight in shining armor, and the villainous suitor that really makes you hope he does not win the girl. I feel as though she goes through what I would say are much harder times than most damsels in distress. During the book, I find myself hoping and praying that Quincy, the knight in shining armor, is forgiven by Norah, the damsel, for what he has done. This book really drew me in and had me captivated until the very end. I highly recommend it to anyone who likes to read.

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book in order to give an honest review.