This book is probably my favorite among all historical romances that I’ve read. It has pretty much everything I’m looking for in a historical romance. It made me feel so much emotion, I wonder how I could have contained it.
Beyond Scandal and Desire by Lorraine Heath Series: Sins for All Seasons #1 Published by Avon on January 30, 2018 Genres: Historical Romance Format: eBook Buy on Amazon, Buy on Book Depository Add to Goodreads At birth, Mick Trewlove, the illegitimate son of a duke, was handed over to a commoner. Despite his lowly upbringing, Mick…
A woman unlike any other, she will conquer the unconquerable and be loved by a man who is worshipped as a god. History tells his story. This is hers.
Based on a true story.
When her best friend Meg drinks a bottle of industrial-strength cleaner alone in a motel room, Cody is understandably shocked and devastated. She and Meg shared everything—so how was there no warning? But when Cody travels to Meg’s college town to pack up the belongings left behind, she discovers that there’s a lot that Meg never told her. About her old roommates, the sort of people Cody never would have met in her dead-end small town in Washington. About Ben McAllister, the boy with a guitar and a sneer, who broke Meg’s heart. And about an encrypted computer file that Cody can’t open—until she does, and suddenly everything Cody thought she knew about her best friend’s death gets thrown into question.
Remember how many lies we told, Molly? It’s enough to make my head spin. You were wild when I met you, and I was mad for you. But then something happened. And now you’re gone.
But don’t worry. I’ll find you. I just need to sift through the story of us to get to where you might be. I’ve got places to look, and a list of names.
The police have a list of names, too. See now? There’s another lie. There is only one person they’re really looking at, Molly.
And that’s yours truly.
Lauren’s hopes and dreams of being a new mom are shattered when she encounters a mother’s worst nightmare—someone is threatening to take her children if she leaves them alone. Everyone, from her doctor to her husband, thinks she’s imagining things. From the stark loneliness of returning home after giving birth to the confines of a psychiatric unit, Lauren’s desperation increases as no one will listen to her. Is she mad, or does she know something we don’t?
Loosely inspired by the ghostly folktale “The Brewery of Eggshells,” and giving us a modern take on the idea of changelings, Little Darlings is a taut, gripping read. It reminds us that folk tales do not spring from whimsy; they warn us and teach us, and speak to the fear in us all . . .
Synopsis After a devastating accident takes Jess’s parents, a cold and controlling uncle is the only family she has left. Ripping away everything she’s ever known, he takes her far from her home in the big city to live on the rural family estate. With a spoiled and stuck up older cousin the only other…
This book was so much better than I expected. Aside from Colleen Hoover’s works, adult contemporary romance isn’t really my thing. Usually in these kinds of books, I can’t find anything that sets the book apart from other books. Forgettable is a word I can describe most of what I’ve read on this genre. But this book has surpassed my expectations in a lot of ways.
First of all, I would like to say that I am not really fond of chick lits. I have only read a few books from this genre so I didn’t really know what I should expect when I started reading this book.
This book is about Ella who was on a long term relationship, She really believed that her boyfriend, Paul, would propose at dinner. But that didn’t happen. Instead, Paul told Ella that he’s leaving to find himself or something. Naturally, this devastates the main character which made her decide to fly to Paris and live there for a year.
This book is another miss for me from The Ravenels series. I disliked most of the books except Marrying Winterborne and it’s making me sad. I expected this book to be about conspiracy and more action-packed but instead this book is just about a guy telling a girl that “We can’t see each other again because it’s too dangerous”. But they still see each other again and again and again. It was tiring for me.