“A PROMISE FOR TOMORROW” by Michele Paige Holmes *cover reveal*

Coming November 2017, from Michele Paige Holmes, Amazon’s bestselling historical romance author and Whitney Award Winner, comes the Hearthfire Historical Romance, A PROMISE FOR TOMORROW, sequel to Yesterday’s Promise.

Scottish Highlands, 1700s:

Barely two weeks have passed since Laird Collin MacDonald first darkened Katherine Mercer’s doorstep and married her. Marriage has hardly been what she expected, given their grueling and adventurous days of travel to the Scottish Highlands. Along with the discovery that Collin’s twin Ian would like to see her dead, Katie must now face her own clan, whose chief wants to kill Collin and take her to wife himself. All because Katie possesses the Campbell gift of sight, passed down through centuries of her ancestors.

With little more than faith in her grandfather’s vision and her unique bond with Collin to guide her, Katie steps bravely into an unknown future, where the glimpses afforded her may bring more danger than direction. When the misuse of her gift takes Collin from her side, she is left alone and vulnerable. Help arrives in the most unexpected form as Ian MacDonald makes good on his threat to attack the Campbells and Katie learns that the bond between brothers and love knows no bounds.

Goodreads link https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/35693997-a-promise-for-tomorrow

Other Hearthfire Romances:
YESTERDAY’S PROMISE (Scottish Historical)
A PROMISE FOR TOMORROW (Scottish Historical, coming Fall 2017)

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“Roping His Heart” (#2 of Destined for Love: Mansions Collection) by Jaclyn Hardy

“Roping His Heart” (#2 of Destined for Love: Mansions Collection) by Jaclyn Hardy

Patrick finds an old mansion deed in his fathers office after his funeral. He decides to visit the property to decide what to do with it. Rachel isn’t happy to see the city stranger because she has had her hopes and dreams on buying the old mansion. She can’t deny the attraction she feels with Patrick but she’s heartbroken when he starts talking about keeping the mansion and renovating it. As they continue to spend time together, they both wonder if their current dreams are really worth holding on to.

This story is book 2 of the Destined for Love: Mansions Collection but they can all be read as stand alone books. I really liked it! Steady pace, cute story, clean romance!

I received a copy of this ebook complimentary for blog and social media review. All opinions are my own.

About the Book:
The old mansion down the road from Rachel’s ranch has always been her escape. No one has lived there for years, and she dreams of owning it herself someday. So when she finds a handsome city guy walking around inside who claims to own the home, her world turns upside down.

Patrick’s career is just taking off in the city, and he couldn’t be happier. The news of his father’s passing brings a silver lining when he finds that he’s left with a large mansion in a small ranching town—the perfect place to expand his business.

But when Patrick meets the beautiful and fiery Rachel at the mansion, he begins to wonder if he made the right choice. Now he must decide if his business is worth going home to, or if he’s willing to leave his city life for the woman who has roped his heart.

Books in the Destined for Love: Mansions Collection
—Kiss Me in the Rain by Lindzee Armstrong
—Roping His Heart by Jaclyn Hardy
—The Princess and the Pizza Man by Cassie Mae
—Mending Fences by Lorin Grace
—Love Me at Sunset by Lucinda Whitney
—Saving Her Plantation by Cami Checketts

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About the Author
Jaclyn is an Idaho farm girl who grew up loving to read. She developed a love for writing as a senior in high school, when her dad jokingly said she was the next Dr. Seuss (not even close, but very sweet). She met her husband, Steve, at BYU, and they have six happy, crazy children who encourage her to keep writing. After owning a bookstore and running away to have adventures in Australia, they settled back down in their home in Utah. Jaclyn now spends her days herding her kids to various activities and trying to remember what she was supposed to do next. Her books include the Silver Script Novels—Ring of Truth, A Christmas Worth Billions, Fashioned for Love, Change in Harmony, and Another Chance for Love, Love in Return, and Waves of Hope; Roping His Heart; and Never Say Necklace.

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“Falling for a Duke” (Timeless Regency Collection Book 8) review

Falling for a Duke (Timeless Regency Collection Book 8) by Rebecca Connolly, Nichole Van, Janelle Daniels

I read all 3 of these stories very quickly since they are novellas-short stories. Although they are short, they don’t feel rushed and they all have good character developments and story lines. And of course happy endings!

I enjoyed the 2nd story, “Twenty One” the best because of the special friendship between Eliza and Liam that we got to read since the story involved flashbacks of their childhood.

Overall, I really enjoyed all 3 sweet, clean romance stories. Well written and quick reading!

I received a copy of this ebook complimentary for blog and social media review. All opinions are my own.

About the Books:
Three brand new Regency Romance novellas by Rebecca Connolly, Nichole Van, and Janelle Daniels

ON THE DUKE’S ERRAND by Rebecca Connolly. Lord David Chambers has one goal—to put his father’s Scotland estate to rights. Even if it means leaving in the middle of the London Season and avoiding the matchmakers. As the second son of a duke, David looks forward to facing the wilds of Scotland, and trying to make something of himself and prove his worth to his father. But David’s not prepared for the censure he receives from the local Scottish gentry, especially Ceana Shaw, the baronet’s daughter who not only mistakes him for the duke himself, she seems determined to think the worst of David.

VINGT-ET-UN | TWENTY-ONE by Nichole Van. Eliza Mail had found the perfect place to live out her days as a young widow, away from the pain of her past and lost love. Seemingly by chance, Eliza’s childhood neighbor, Liam Trebor, Duke of Chawton, comes to her village for a visit. Eliza hasn’t seen Liam in over five years, and his presence panics her. Will he reveal what he knows to her friends and neighbors, destroying her current life? Eliza must avoid Liam at all costs, but he seems equally determined to flush her out of hiding. What happens if Eliza’s past does not stay where it belongs . . . in her past?

I KISSED A DUKE by Janelle Daniels. Madeline Maybury will do anything to be invited into the inner circles of the ton. She takes on a challenge from a high society lady to kiss the Duke of Hargrave. When she finds Ethan alone and explains that she needs to kiss him, instead of turning her away, he’s amused. He also obliges. Madeline believes she can report back and achieve all of her ambitions. Instead, she’s given an even greater task. Once she accomplishes it, she realizes that the Duke of Hargrave is a very different man than she expected, and she’s in grave danger of falling in love.

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“Wish Me Love” by Michele Ashman Bell *review and giveaway*

“Wish Me Love” by Michele Ashman Bell

I absolutely loved this book! Steady pace, lots of laughs, drama, and clean romance!

Charlotte and her friend Jack are very successful in their marketing jobs but Charlotte isn’t so lucky in the dating department. Jack challenges her to go on 50 dates in hopes she will find “The One”. Charlotte doesn’t like dating after her best friend stole her fiancé years before. She’s perfectly happy going to family gatherings, working, and hanging out with Jack and his fiancé Sylvia.

It was so funny reading all of Charlotte’s dating disasters! Oh my!

I also liked Charlotte’s work friend Priscilla and how she helped her thru her dating disasters. At one of Priscilla’s parties she gets a Brazilian “wish” bracelet so she decides to make 3 wishes-about her love life, job and purchasing her own home.

As the story progresses Charlotte decides to have more faith and give dating a chance! I highly recommend this fun romance book!

I received a copy of this book complimentary for blog and social media review. All opinions are my own.

About the book
Charlotte Wells does not date. After surviving a broken engagement, she’s taken a leave of absence from the social scene. So when her best friend and coworker, Jack, challenges her to get back in the game, she’s not so sure she’s ready to play. But ultimately, curiosity gets the best of her, and Charlotte accepts the daunting challenge: she will attempt to have fifty first dates in her effort to find “the one.” Unfortunately, she quickly realizes that the dating pool mostly holds clown fish as she goes on one lousy outing after another. Without a good man in sight as summer ends, Charlotte cuts her losses and sets her sights on a fun-filled trip to her cousin’s destination wedding in Brazil.

Brazil is a land of beautiful sights and delicious offerings—including Max, the charming brother of her cousin’s new husband. Max has all the makings of a Prince Charming in soccer cleats, and Charlotte’s happily ever after seems to be within reach. But love is a funny thing, and soon Charlotte finds herself wondering: could it be that her true soul mate has been right in front of her all along?

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Michele Ashman Bell grew up in St. George, Utah. In fourth grade her teacher wrote on her report card that she had a tendency to daydream and would probably do well with creative writing. Her love for books
and learning about people and places has helped her make her teacher’s prediction come true. Michele is the author of many books and Christmas stories. She is married and is the mother of four children, and a grandma of one. Aside from supporting her children in all of their many activities, she loves to travel, do research for her books and eat chocolate.

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