Book Reviews

Review: Enchantée

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!

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Review: The Truth About Miss Ashbourne

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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Book Reviews

Review: The Sisters of the Winter Wood

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!

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