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…

The Sound of Silver (Steadfast Love Series #2) by Rachelle Rea Cobb 

​Honest review in exchange of a copy of the book.  *Spoiler Alert* A few months back I had read and reviewed The Sound of Diamonds, Rachelle Rea Cobb‘s first book from ‘The Steadfast Love’ Series and had found it compelling. I was moved after reading it and was eager to know the future events in line for…

These Old Shades by Georgette Heyer

  This review is just a picture of how personally I take my books and how involved I get! Great many spoilers and fan girl babbling ahead! Now I don’t know how this happened but it was just a coincidence that I read The Black Moth before reading These Old Shades and I hadn’t read…

The Captive Imposter (The Everstone Chronicles #3) by Dawn Crandall

  “I can’t bear the thought of you anywhere but with me.” And yet again I ask the same question: Is it really possible to fall in love with fictitious characters? I have discovered that it very much is and I’ve been bitten by the Everstone bug! Absolutely, undoubtedly and unreservedly loved, loved, loved the…

The Bound Heart (The Everstone Chroncicles #2) by Dawn Crandall

Honest review on author request against a copy of the book and my unwavering enthusiasm and eagerness to experience the era and lives in The Everstone Chronicles. This review contains spoilers! “For what thou art is mine: Our state cannot be sever’d; we are one, One flesh; to lose thee were to lose myself.” I…

In The Eye of The Storm by Robert Thier

  Review on author request in exchange of a copy of the book.   First a journey through some of the most memorable dialogues and humorous lines from the book: “If you hear him calling, he’ll probably not be calling you for help but ordering you to come!” “To what purpose have you initiated this…

The Toll-Gate by Georgette Heyer

The Toll Gate was an interesting read and my rating is hovering somewhere between 3.75* to 4* for this Georgette Heyer work, the reasons for which I shall elaborate further in my review below. The best feature of this book for me is it’s outstanding characterisation, which is typical Heyer, with an incredulous hero, equally…

Storm & Silence by Robert Thier

This is an honest review at request of the author in exchange for a free copy of the book. ⚠⚠⚠CAUTION: SPOILERS AHEAD⚠⚠⚠ Well I am a huge historical fiction lover and have an exasperating requirement of perfect period details. So when I started reading Storm and Silence I was not getting the click since the…