And my second blog tour of the day is for the new book from Elizabeth Davies, who wrote the phenomenal Caitlyn books (reviews here for Three Bloody Pieces, A Stain on the Soul, and Another Kind of Magic) – The Colour of Death is a really interesting vampire story with hints of horror and romance!
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Today I’m kicking off not one but two blog tours, and the first is for one of the hottest new releases of this year, A Little Hatred!
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Today I’m really excited to be helping to finish up the blog tour for the new book from the fantastic Edward Cox, The Song of the Sycamore!
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If there’s one thing that makes me want to pick up a historical romance novel, it’s a good play on words in the title, so I couldn’t resist How to Love a Duke in Ten Days! It ended up not being at all what I thought, but I loved it regardless. There is some sensitive content, but it’s handled well, and sits within a very fun adventure!
Book: How to Love a Duke in Ten Days by Kerrigan Byrne
Read before: No
Ownership: E-ARC sent by publisher free of charge. All opinions my own
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Though it may seem as though I tend more heavily to the fantastic or romantic in my reading tastes, I also very much enjoy a well-drawn historical novel that focuses on the history itself, so I’m excited to be helping to open the blog tour for Rachel Halliburton’s The Optickal Illusion!
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Regency romance tends to be focused on women in their twenties – sometimes brand new debutantes of 18 feature, but more usually the heroines are in their twenties, ‘past it’ by the measure of the time, but still extremely young by modern standards. When I saw that Mrs Sommersby’s Second Chance had a heroine in her forties, I was really excited to see how this would change up the tropes of the genre, and I’m glad I signed up for the blog tour, because this is adorable!
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You know I jump at the chance to review Mills and Boon/Harlequin’s historical romance, so I was intrigued by Reclaimed by her Rebel Knight, as I don’t think I’ve read one set in the 13th century before! It turned out to be a lovely character-driven read that showcases a far more gentle and caring relationship than the title might suggest…
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