Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier

  Reading this book took me back to the world of Jane Eyre again. Heroine from a reduced background, trying to make ends meet, comes across the mysterious yet appealing hero. The key attraction of the book to me was the story play. It’s flow from present to past and some intermingling of both in…

Winning Miss Winthrop (Regency Brides: Promise of Hope) by Carolyn Miller

“You have always, and will always, live within my heart”: … My thoughts in a word? #Beautiful ❤ 5 Stars to yet another of Carolyn Miller’s books! Winning Miss Winthrop is Carolyn Miller ‘s fourth Regency and first in the new series “Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope”. From the blurb: Catherine Winthrop has cried…

What would we be if there was no love in our lives? Where would we be?

Timeless Love

❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ #TimelessLove consists of seven novellas, seven eras and seven very different parts of the world through history. Seven full novellas for only 99 cents as part of the limited time ebook collection. Preorders start tomorrow! This is the cover reveal today. I find it #Beautiful 😍 Here’s a link to one of my favourite…

The Pirate Bride by Kathleen Y’Barbo

3 stars for the book. May contain spoilers… Writing a review is one of my favourite parts of a book experience. I’m a very touchy/feely/involved (whatever you wish to name it!) reader and take my books very seriously. And when I write a long and detailed review of a book, it means the book has…

The Past in Today

I am a big, big historical fiction fan. Regency, as a genre tops my list of HF, while I also enjoy Victorian, Georgian, Edwardian and Elizabethan eras in a story. Though centuries have passed since those times, I still am able to draw parallels with the culture then to that I live in today. In…

Fictional Déjà Vu

Have you ever felt a longing for a place you have never been to? A strong desire to be at some scenic location you had pictured in your mind’s eye while perusing the words of some author? You have? Come, join the club! This strange sensation and an inexplicable urge to just fly away to…

Strange love

A small poem I wrote showing a feature of the true, giving love.

The Painter’s Daughter by Julie Klassen

*** May Contain Spoilers*** The Painter’s Daughter is my first ever Julie Klassen book. I had wanted to read her for so long, and finally did have a copy and started on with that feeling of relished anticipation of reading a generally much loved author for the first time. And I should emphatically venture that it was…