Enchantée was one of my most anticipated reads for 2019, right from when I heard it would be Versailles-based dark magic and romance, and it was even more wonderful than I’d hoped!
One of the genres that I have far too many of on my TBR is Regency romance, because they are just so easy to read – sweet, low-stress, with parameters laid out including a guaranteed happy ending. There are more than a few on my NetGalley shelf, and The Truth About Miss Ashbourne is a lovely example of the genre.
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You might have seen over on Twitter that I’ve been making an effort to get up-to-date with my shamefully overdue NetGalley shelves – please do come and join me with the hashtag #NonStopNetGalley if you could also do with a push to get that shelf cleared! So for the next few days, there will most likely be a couple of posts a day, so I can get my reviews done in a timely fashion…
Anyway, today is the turn of The Sisters of the Winter Wood – a historical fairy-tale that I’d been wanting to read for ages!
This is a sweet but slightly uninspiring Victorian romance with a cinnamon roll hero, a heroine fleeing her past, and an unexpected herd of alpacas!
You know I’m a sucker for a herbal, right?
I was so pleased when KA Reynolds offered me the chance to read The Spinner of Dreams early, as it was one of my most anticipated MG reads of the year! As it turns out, it was even better than I’d dreamed…
Mills and Boon have a great crop of historical romance recently! I’m excited to have had the chance to review this one as I think it’s a really fun example of the genre.