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Monday, November 20, 2017

Fall into Romance Event with Author Victoria James


Victoria James is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. Victoria graduated from Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario and then pursued a diploma in Interior Design in Toronto, Ontario.

Victoria, her husband, and their two children decided to leave the suburbs of Toronto behind in pursuit of the small-town life that she loves writing about. She now finds endless inspiration in her charming, lakeside town. Her days are spent juggling the restoration of a heritage home, writing, and family-life.

Victoria loves hearing from her readers and enjoys posting her latest pics of their renovation. Find out more about Victoria, and get a free novella on her website at: www.victoriajames.ca

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Sunday, November 19, 2017

ARC Review: Savage by L.A. Fiore


I have never read a book from L.A. Fiore that I didn't love, and Savage was no exception. This book was fantastic and I couldn't put it down. I was immediately drawn in to Lizzie and Brochan's story and I felt like I was right there along with the characters. 

Brochan is a loner that lives in Scotland and besides a close few that know him, the town is filled with rumors of him being a monster. Lizzie is from New York and is an artist. Each one of them had terrible childhoods that changed who they were. But when fate brings them together and Lizzie finds herself in Scotland, they can't help but feel drawn to one another. 

I loved both Lizzie and Brochan. My heart went out to both of them, as each of them had been through so much. These two were a damaged and had never know love as they should have, and it was so clear that these two needed each other. I loved that Lizzie wasn't afraid of Brochan and that she was there for him, even finding out everything that she did. These two belonged together and I loved seeing them help to heal each other. The chemistry was strong, but their connection was even better. 

Overall, this book was such a rich experience. L.A. Fiore has such a way with words, and this story was as beautiful as it was heartbreaking at times. I felt like I was right there with the characters experiencing everything as they did. This book was emotional and had a lot of depth, with just enough mystery and suspense to keep me interested. I recommend anything by L.A. Fiore, but Savage is definitely one of my new favorites from her.

**ARC Provided by Enticing Journey**

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Saturday, November 18, 2017

ARC Review: The Outpost by Devney Perry


The Jamison Valley series by Devney Perry is one of my absolute favorites! It is not often that a new author comes along and just blows you away, but that is exactly what Devney Perry has done. She is a fantastic writer and has such talent for writing unique characters that are easy to relate to and well developed stories that stay with you long after you have finished. The Outpost was just as fantastic as the previous books in this series, and I highly recommend it along with all of the other Jamison Valley series books. 

Sabrina couldn't miss the opportunity to write a story that would help take down a notorious crime family, but it didn't exactly go as she had planned. Needing a place to hide out, she turns to her best friend. But leaving Seattle behind for Montana didn't entirely go as planned either. Now stuck in the middle of nowhere Montana, Sabrina finds herself with Beau, a man who prefers to live a quiet and simple life. Beau had no plans to take on the protection of Sabrina, yet he always finds himself putting others first and couldn't turn his friends away when they needed his help. But the more time that Sabrina and Beau spend together, the more he realizes that he wold like to keep Sabrina for himself. But with Sabrina determined to make her way back home to the life she left behind, is there a place for him in her world or can he convince her that a life with him in Montana is worth taking a chance on? 

I loved these two so much. Beau is just such a genuine guy. He was sweet and kind, understanding and patient. He always put others first and was the kind of man that you can't help but fall in love with. Sabrina was strong and smart, and I loved her as well. She was brave and I found her determination admirable. These two had such chemistry and the tension between them was sexy. I really enjoyed seeing their connection grow as well, watching them get to know one another had me unable to put this book down. 

Overall, I just loved everything about this book. I am a huge fan of this world that Devney Perry has created. The characters are great, the stories are well thought out and impossible to put down. Devney Perry draws you in right away and then keeps your interest all the way through. I can't say enough about these books, they have everything I look for in a great romance read and I think fans are going to love this one. If you have yet to read anything by Devney Perry, you definitely need to check her books out. I already can't wait for the next one and I think her stories are ones that will resonate with readers of all genres.

**ARC Provided by Inkslinger PR**

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ARC Review: An Ex for Christmas by Lauren Layne


This is what I would expect from a Lauren Layne Christmas Rom-Com. It has her typical style humor and gets-you-right-in-the-heart romance all at Christmas time. I’m not crazy over first person typically but I’ve always made an exception for LL because she does it so well. The characters are a hoot, Kelly is a third grade teacher who believes in astrology, and fortune telling, magic 8 balls, and that things happen for a reason, she’s also loves Christmas. This Christmas is going to a little different, she sent her parents away for their 30th wedding anniversary which is just days before Christmas, so she is going to be alone for Christmas well not alone she still has her best friend, Mark, to spend the day with. Mark and Kelly have been friends forever, Kelly has never seen Mark as boyfriend material because their zodiac signs aren’t ones that work well romantically. On Kelly’s way home for Christmas vacation a homeless woman tells Kelly that she has already meat her one true love and now Kelly has got it in her head that it’s one of her exes.

Mark is more serious, he keeps Kelly grounded and even though he thinks most of the stuff she believes in is nonsense he still stands by her, no one gets Kelly like Mark does. He understands that she is feeling lonely on Christmas and even though he’s not really a Christmas person he there for her to keep her company while she decorates the tree and drinks horrendous Christmas themed drinks. But every time she brings up her ex-list he loses it. They get into an argument and for the first time in ever the cool laid back Mark yells at Kelly. With every name that gets crossed off her list the more dismayed Kelly becomes but it’s not only that it’s the arguing with Mark; she’s so confused. She starts to think about Mark as more than her best friend and she’ not liking the jealous feelings she’s getting when his ex, Erika, is around.

Overall, the sexual tension is delicious and when it finally breaks it is steam up your glasses good. My only thing is that I have kind of a double standard when it come to the H/h, I always enjoy a good oblivious Hero, but when it comes to the Heroine being oblivious, I always find that annoying. So Kelly kind of not seeing what was so obvious got a little bit annoying, but she’s so quirky and adorable I can’t hold that against her. This is a great Christmas Romance, one I can totally see Hallmark turning into a movie.

**ARC provided by Publisher**

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