Historical ARC Reviews: A Lady’s Guide to Fortune Hunting, Compromised into a Scandalous Marriage, and The Return of the Duke

The best part about reading these three historical romances is that they all felt distinctly different in style and place. Perhaps that seems silly to say because of course they’re different, but there’s something really special about seeing the breadth of the genre in three books I essentially read back to back to back, you …

July Wrap Up & August TBR

Well, July went nothing like I anticipated and yet, it was still incredibly busy and somewhat overwhelming, though not in the way I thought it would be. It’s certainly been an adventure and I’m so glad to have Mocha (my new kitten) on this journey with me. We’re adjusting to one another. By which I’m …

Try a Chapter: August ARCs

I have a Netgalley problem, friends. Like, truly. Even when I tell myself I’m not going to request any more books, I still find myself looking through the newly posted books at least three times a week. Self-control, who is she? Anyway, because I have this Netgalley problem and because I think these try a …

Contemporary Favorites Project: Check In Number 1

I’ve decided to check in every three books so that I can do full reviews where I break down my numerical scoring of these favorites and articulate my thoughts about it. This review/rating system is really heavily inspired by G from Book Roast and her CAWPILE system. I borrowed Characters, Writing, Plot, and Intrigue from …

ARC Reviews: For You and No One Else, What Moves the Dead, and Bet on It

I’m so delighted to be bringing you three ARC reviews today for books that are all already out and available for you to pick up if you so choose! I’ve decided to focus on the positives of being behind in reviewing books for y’all, honestly, because I’m not sure getting ahead is ever going to …

Mid-Year Goals and Statistics Check In

I’ll go ahead and give you a spoiler alert that it’s a real good thing I decided to do this check in because I’m not necessarily achieving all of my goals! I set some goals for my reading at the beginning of this year and I try to check in with those periodically. And I’m …

Favorites of Q2: April – June 2022

Y’all, I really have read some great books in the last three months that I’m excited to talk about in a little more detail. There’s a very good chance that you’ll see several of these books on my ultimate lists at the end of the year. I feel like my content lately is making it …

ARC Reviews: American Royalty, After Hours Temptation, and Eclipse the Moon

Considering how long ago I read Eclipse the Moon, you might think I would have already posted my review to the blog, but, well… That didn’t happen. So here we are to finally talk about American Royalty by Tracey Livesay, After Hours Temptation by Kianna Alexander, and Eclipse the Moon by Jessie Mihalik. You should …

Let’s Talk: Marketing Romance Novels

I think I’ve known that people in my romance reader circles have had feelings about marketing romance novels (and women’s fiction) for a while, but when I posted my Heavier Topics in Romance thoughts a couple weeks ago, it became clear that so many of us have thoughts about marketing. The thing is, those of …

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