Are you an avid reader looking for your next "fix"? Can't bear to be without some form of reading material in your spare time? Welcome to my world! Whether you are seeking a new book to "feed your need", or you are an author seeking an unbiased point of view on your own recent masterpiece, this is the place to be. With life as with books, you never know where the next step might take you...

Thursday, July 30, 2020


Hi guys and gals!
Welcome back to Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers.

Today, we're got another Rachel's Random Resources tour on deck and wouldn't you know it, it features another work from the prolific mind of author Liz Davies!  If you're a fan of her other releases, you're in for a treat; if you're new to her work, no's a stand alone title, so you can totally dive right in!  Ready or not, let's get this show on the road.  Make room on your "to read" list for today's title in the spotlight...

Cynthia Smart's Midwife Crisis
Liz Davies

About the book...
Midlife crisis? What midlife crisis?

At forty-four, Cynthia Smart is exactly where she wants to be. Almost. 

In a couple of years, she’ll be the CEO of the company she’s spent her most of her adult life working in. For now, though, she’s still busy shimmying up the greasy pole of corporate business. She’s single, carefree, and independent, and nothing can stop her getting what she wants and deserves.

Until she discovers she’s pregnant.

 Determined to have her cake and eat it, she’s convinced that having a baby will make little difference to her life, and that she will be one of those women who can hold down an incredibly demanding job and also be a perfect mother.

 But as her pregnancy progresses and her life slowly falls apart, she has the sneaking suspicion that Max Oakland, the new guy on the block, is out to steal her dream job. That she’s terribly attracted to him doesn’t help, nor does the fact that he’s devilishly handsome, appears to be a really nice fella, and is good in a crisis. 

When she gradually comes to realise that something has got to give, what she doesn’t want it to be is her heart.

Perfect for fans of Mandy Baggott, Heidi Swain, and Holly Martin.


How to Fake a Pregnancy Test |

Cynthia Smart has her you-know-what together.  She's on the fast track to get everything she's ever dreamed of, won't take no for an answer, laughs in the face of adversity, and no challenge is ever too big...or in this case, too small.  One little test (followed by another and another and a professional test as well) has her dream falling down like to many cards, but once the big girl panties are on, she's determined to not only own this pregnancy, but keep her self in the running for that coveted higher up position in the company.  I mean, if men can have a family and a high corporate job, then so can women, and being single, unprepared, and taken by surprise will by no means put a monkey wrench in her plans...right?

Honestly, I wasn't sure if I was going to be fully on board with this one at the start.  I seemed as though it was simply going through the motions of what one might think pregnancy is versus the reality of it all and not having been there done that, I felt a little outside the learning curve.  However, once the story line took a bigger curve than her baby bump, once a potential love twist was introduced, once her plans swerved like the tides of her mood swings, and her hormones caught up to her new found obstacles, I was back in the passenger seat and enjoying the ride.  It was great to see a character wanting to take the reins on her journey, unafraid to face it head on by herself (though she did have help from some unexpected places).  It was heart warming to see a male lead not shy away from the entire situation (including the actual midwife crisis!), letting love's potential guide him come what may.  I laughed with them.  I felt their sadness and confusion.  I even felt the joy Cynthia experiences when she REALLY comes to terms with her new situation.

In the end, it was a tender journey taken by a worldly woman on a mission...who discovers that just because you CAN do it alone, doesn't mean you have to, and that some of the BEST things in life come as TOTAL SURPRISES!


About the author...

Liz Davies writes feel-good, light-hearted stories with a hefty dose of romance, a smattering of humour, and a great deal of love.

She’s married to her best friend, has one grown-up daughter, and when she isn’t scribbling away in the notepad she carries with her everywhere (just in case inspiration strikes), you’ll find her searching for that perfect pair of shoes. She loves to cook but isn’t very good at it, and loves to eat - she’s much better at that! Liz also enjoys walking (preferably on the flat), cycling (also on the flat), and lots of sitting around in the garden on warm, sunny days.

She currently lives with her family in Wales, but would ideally love to buy a camper van and travel the world in it.



Special thanks to Rachel at Rachel's Random Resources for the chance to bring this tour to you. (THANKS!) For more information on this title, the author, this promotion, or those on the horizon, feel free to click through the links provided above. This title is available now, so click on over to your favorite online retailer to snag your copy today and be sure to check out the rest of the tour for more bookish fun!

Until next time, remember...if it looks good, READ IT!

Wednesday, July 29, 2020


Hi there!
Welcome back to Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers.

Today, we're joining Rachel's Random Resources for a stop along their current promotion featuring the third title in the Merriment Bay series from author Emily Harvale.  We've featured her work many times on the blog, in both reviews and spotlights, and they never fail to enchant or delight.  Speaking of which, let's get to the star of today's post as we shine the spotlight on...

Wedding Bells in Merriment Bay
Merriment Bay series, Book 3
Emily Harvale

About the book...
Change is in the air as wedding bells ring out in Merriment Bay 

Cat’s determined to propose to Amias. Well, it is a leap year so it’s fine for women to do the asking, and besides, it took him eighteen years to tell her how he felt. She’s not going to wait for him to pop the question. All she needs to do is find the perfect time and place.

Kyra’s fallen for Francis Raine, who seems happy to flirt and exchange banter but hasn’t actually asked her out. Does he reciprocate her feelings, or is he this way with every girl he meets? There’s only one way to find out. She’ll ask him on a date … as soon as he returns to Merriment Bay.

Mary’s leaving Devon Villa after a lifetime spent in the house. She’s never lived alone so it’s both an exciting and a terrifying prospect. But change is good, isn’t it? Perhaps it’s time she tried a few other new things too. 

The Devon women want to move on to the next chapters in their lives. And as Viola Devon used to say before she died, “The only one who can write your own life story as you want it, is you.” Although Viola’s didn’t work out too well. Will Cat, Kyra, and Mary have better luck with theirs?

Want a copy to call your own?


About the author...

Emily writes novels, novellas and short stories about friendship, family and falling in love. She loves a happy ending but knows that life doesn't always go to plan. Her stories are sure to bring a smile to your face and a warmth to your heart.

Emily loves to connect with her readers and has a readers' group in which many have become good friends. To catch up with Emily, find out about the group, or connect with her on social media, go to her website at

Having lived and worked in London for several years, Emily returned to her home town of Hastings where she now writes full-time. She’s a member of the SoA and the RWA, an Amazon bestseller and a Kindle All Star. When not writing, she can be found enjoying the stunning East Sussex coast and countryside, or in a wine bar with friends, discussing life, love and the latest TV shows. Chocolate cake is often eaten. She dislikes housework almost as much as she dislikes anchovies - and will do anything to avoid both. Emily has two mischievous rescue cats that like to sprawl across her keyboard, regardless of whether Emily is typing on it, or not.


Special thanks to Rachel at Rachel's Random Resources for the chance to bring this tour to you. (THANKS!) For more information on this title, the author, this promotion, or those on the horizon, feel free to click through the links provided above. Be sure to check out the rest of the tour for more bookish fun...

Until next time, remember...if it looks good, READ IT!

Tuesday, July 28, 2020

I'm cleaning off my...BOOKSHELF! Prepare for BLOGAPALOOZA 2.0!

Hi there!
Welcome back to Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers.

Today is being renamed.
It is no longer Tuesday.
Today is now BLOGAPALOOZA...
...or maybe REVIEW-APALOOZA...
 ...oh heck, pick whichever one you like as long as you add a 2.0 after it, but it boils down to me having WAY TO LITTLE time to do the things I love like reading and reviewing, still accomplishing it to some degree, and my desire to clean out the GIANT stack I've collected with titles that need to be reviewed. So...


Instead of SEVERAL posts, I'm going to do one BIG post with A LOT of books for you to peruse, consider, and possibly add to your future reading list. Props will be given to writers, publishers, and the lot, and links will be supplied for further clickage should you so desire, while the actual review itself will be kept to a minimum...and don't smirk at me like that, I can TOTALLY keep it short...maybe, possibly...I'll try.
Ready? Set? Here we go!

Mandy Robotham
Released:  06/23/20

A thoroughly moving story set with a dual story line, I took my time, savored it, and I regret nothing. This heart wrenching and beautiful tale of present meeting past, shares how uncovering those truths from yesteryear are not just family history, but a way of making a connection to your true self.  They always say you can't know where you're going unless you know where you've been, and this story is a prime example.  Luisa had lost not just her family, but her way, and discovering the why of things from her past really helped to heal her heart in the here and now.  It's not an easy journey to read because the life and times of Stella (her ancestor) were fraught with danger, deception, and mistrust...but it wasn't all doom and gloom.  Through her words, she helped keep hopes and dreams alive.  With the help of others, they spread the news that needed to be heard as well as shared stories to uplift their downtrodden spirits.  A definite must read with a surprise revelation at book's end!

Romancing Manhattan, Book 3
Kristen Proby
Avon Books
Released:  07/14/20

Carter Shaw and Nora Hayes... *sigh* did I NOT know about this series before the final one was being released?  Not to worry, I'm actively seeking out the first two because I seriously want to get to know the other partners in the firm and their tales of romance since the glimpses I caught of them from this story sounded really good!  Anyway, back to this falls squarely in the workplace romance trope with a good dash of friends-to-lovers thrown into the mix.  He's a workaholic that loves his daughter to a fault, but misses his beloved with every beat of his heart.  She's been his executive assistant for many years, married during several of them in fact, and would do anything for both him and his daughter...but the heated glance she catches one day was something she wasn't prepared for.  I mean, they're both single and able to mingle, but as well as they work together, can they do the same outside of the office?  Though both have things to prove on both sides (some more than others with their boneheadedness), it was heart warming and toe tingling to watch it all unfold.  Oh and yes, recommended audience would be adults in this one.

Mary Kay Andrews
St. Martin's Press
Released:  05/05/20

This isn't the first book by this author that I've read, and it certainly won't be the last.  I really love how she brings the area I live in to life, and makes you a part of the story. You really get to know the sisters, and what has come between them.  There some truly memorable characters here, for better or worse, and the story certainly doesn't disappoint with unexpected twists and turns.  The mystery at the heart of it all doesn't overshadow the family connections being made (or broken!), but it does, in fact, affect them.  Conley had so much ground to make up to bridge who she was with who she is versus the who she wants to be...but in the end, she not only gets the big scoop, but also grows to understand that not all things small town are truly small, and it certainly doesn't change their importance.

P.S. I Love You, Book 2
Cecelia Ahern
Grand Central Publishing
Released:  02/11/20

Okay, so I entered this one at a disadvantage.  I had not read the original book (and still haven't...yet) prior to reading this and while I ADORED the film, I can't help but think the book may have been dramatically different, at least in the case of our leading lady, Holly.  She seemed much more despondent than I imagined her to be after everything that transpired.  I mean, I wasn't expecting her to jump for joy over all the little things in life, but she seemed so un-Holly that I had a hard to connecting with her.  What is being asked of her by those in the P.S. I Love You group, going through similar things like her dearly departed, would be understandably hard...but, and perhaps it's my outsider perspective as observer versus participant, I would have thought she could more easily see the beauty, the assist, the heavy heart help that she was providing.  Not that it was her job, not that she had to flay her heart open again, these seven years later, for essentially strangers, but they weren't really strangers now, were they?  They were connected by something that those of us living our every day lives don't even consider on the regular...the countdown to the end of their time.  So, for me, the story was good, and I enjoyed things far more when she really got started, but until that point, it was a hard climb.  Perhaps if you've read the first, or when I backtrack and do so, the character and her reactions will make more sense.

The Unliving Chronicles, Book 1
Angelina Allsop
TCK Publishing

Story wise, it was definitely unique, totally enjoyable, and VERY curious...I mean come on!  The concept alone screams READ ME!  Now there were times that it was a bit slow to move forward and continue that storyline development, but it did get there...and a few other times that it was jumpy, making you feel you might have missed something.  Grant it, not what you aim for, but detract from the overall effect. Character wise, we have a fairly GINORMOUS cast, and while that can spell trouble because when you introduce characters unnecessarily, it can just clog the, it doesn't and they DO have their special moments!  Layout wise, which I don't always comment on, I can't say I was a fan.  Sorry, but the small font with large pages (cross between trade paper and hardback book size), throws off my reading; it may just be a me thing, but still notable. Now if we can talk about that cover because it is TOTAL PERFECTION!  It's' creepy, intriguing, mysterious, and spot on with visually introducing us to Pete, while drawing us in further because I don't know about you, but I NEEDED to know what that building was behind him, why it looked like he was running from it, and just why was he dressed like a little gangster! 

Harold and the Poopy Little Puppy
Ellie Crowe
Illustrated by Janet King
TCK Publishing
Released:  August 2018

Harold is the family dog.  Beloved, treasured, snuck treats when possible, but he's not the only fur kid on the block anymore.  Enter, Prince...his friend?  Not exactly.  Introducing a puppy into a family has it's challenges, but they can certainly be unique if there is already another dog in the mix.  You have to make sure they BOTH feel loved, no one feels overlooked, and jealousy doesn't reign supreme, or you can be in for many "surprises" along the way.  Harold learns the hard way at first and just when he's beginning to think he'll forever be in the doghouse, things take a turn for the better, and love, even from his scruffy little sidekick, prevails.  An entertaining, yet engaging story for young readers and those simply young at heart!

Timmy Failure, Book 1
Stephan Pastis
Released: February 2020

You know how all books are not for all readers and some books work SO MUCH BETTER when read aloud?  Yeah, this was definitely the case with the particular book and myself.  I was all ready to throw in the towel because quite honestly, I couldn't believe what I was reading.  I get it is for a much younger audience than I, but I read a fairly large amount of Children's Fiction and even Picture Books, so the fact that this one was giving me fits was enough to aggravate.  HOWEVER, in my exasperated state, I tried reading several passages aloud to illustrate the absurdity of what was happening...and you know what?  It.  Changed.  EVERYTHING.  I'm not saying I'm a diehard Timmy fan now, because yeah...I'll leave that to the fandoms, however I could appreciate the humor, the jokes, the ridiculous nature of some situations and the whole investigation into the missing candy THAT much better with all my gesturing, vocal variations, and moments of acting out.  So why yes, not all books are for all readers, if you've a kiddo in the house that likes to use their imagination, and you happen to have a few moments to spare to enhance the adventure, I highly suggest a read aloud session with this book!

Helen Cooper
Released: October 2019

This story was as magical as the cover, nay the title suggests!  You've got messages delivered by bees, invitations to curious museums with even curiouser sites on display, mysterious curators that feel oddly familiar, and a scheme to bring it all to the ground for the sake of a few dollars made.  It was  wonderful to get to know Ben and all the unexpected characters between these pages, including an actual witch (to be scared or not be scared...that's a HARD question!), and the hippo that the title hints at.  A definite recommend for readers who like a little adventure, who aren't afraid to let loose their imaginations, and can't stand to let go of the last strands of hope.

David Almond
Illustrated by David Litchfield
Released: May 2020

There is never a time that this book wouldn't be relevant...and yet that's not exactly reassuring.  It speaks to readers about war and how impossible it seems to be at ends with an entire people.  How can the acts of one condemn them all?  How can someone that looks just like you or me, be the enemy?  How can we create things that cause utter destruction to end wars and not think of the consequences of using that force?  It will raise a lot of questions, and answer several of them too, but it also passes on a message of peace, a message to look for the other solutions before turning to such a final act.

Meg Roseff
Illustrated by Grace Easton
Released: May 2020

The ironic part of this book was that I picked it up to read at the same time as the previous one listed (War is Over) and they BOTH have character's named McTavish.  I suppose that doesn't seem that unusual based on where they are centered, but for my own reading, that name doesn't come up too often, and even in this situation, they are at very different ends of the spectrum.  Just goes to show you the name does not make the person. Anywho...the McTavish here is a dog and he's GONE WILD, or so the title says, but the wild he goes is in order to get the family back on the same page.  It's a creative way to handle things, but it works because they band together and stop their squabbling (eventually) to track him down.  Perhaps we all need a McTavish in our lives to make us slow down and appreciate what's right in front of us.

The Rise of Zombert
Zombert series, Book 1
Kara LaReau
Illustrated by Ryan Andrews
Releases: July 2020

I don't generally do zombie books, and I seem to say that same thing every time one crops up in my reading pile, but it's true.  They're generally too MUSUT EAT BRAINS focused for my liking...although this time around, it's a cat.  Different for certain, but still MUST EAT BRAINS focused even if neither the girl with gentle hands nor the curious boy REALLY understands why...or Bert for that matter!  I was actually quite surprised when I reached book's end as I didn't realize it would be a series, but sure enough...there are more adventures to come.  Good news?  I like to think so, and I mean really, where are you going to find such a courteous, protective, and sharing kitty as this unique little guy?  Be warned's not a sunshine and butterflies sort of read.  Zombert has to eat those brains from somewhere and well, they say fresh is better.  *ahem*  All in all, it's a tale of survival, a tale of making your own way, a tale of never giving up and not being afraid to speak your mind...after all, how else is anyone suppose to know what you're all about if you don't?  Creepy fun for everyone!


Special thanks to the publishers listed above for the review copies received both in tree and "e" form. (THANKS!) For more information on any of the titles mentioned, feel free to click through the links provided above.

Until next time, remember...if it looks good, READ IT!

Monday, July 27, 2020

William Morrow COVER REVEAL: Band of Sisters by Lauren Willig - COMING MARCH 2021!

Hi there!
Welcome back to Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers.

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Today, we're over the moon to bring you a VERY SPECIAL COVER REVEAL for a NEW Historical Fiction title coming March 2021 via William Morrow!  It's from best-selling author Lauren Willig, set in the trying times of World War I, and based on a true if you're not on the edge of your seat already, and I know you are, what until you catch a glimpse of the cover!  Ready, set, SCROLL!

Band of Sisters
Lauren Willig
William Morrow hardcover
Release Date:  March 2, 2021

About the book...
A group of young women from Smith College risk their lives in France at the height of World War I in this sweeping novel based on a true story—a skillful blend of Call the Midwife and The Alice Network—from New York Times bestselling author Lauren Willig.

A scholarship girl from Brooklyn, Kate Moran thought she found a place among Smith’s Mayflower descendants, only to have her illusions dashed the summer after graduation. When charismatic alumna Betsy Rutherford delivers a rousing speech at the Smith College Club in April of 1917, looking for volunteers to help French civilians decimated by the German war machine, Kate is too busy earning her living to even think of taking up the call. But when her former best friend Emmeline Van Alden reaches out and begs her to take the place of a girl who had to drop out, Kate reluctantly agrees to join the new Smith College Relief Unit.

Four months later, Kate and seventeen other Smithies, including two trailblazing female doctors, set sail for France. The volunteers are armed with money, supplies, and good intentions—all of which immediately go astray. The chateau that was to be their headquarters is a half-burnt ruin. The villagers they meet are in desperate straits: women and children huddling in damp cellars, their crops destroyed and their wells poisoned.

Despite constant shelling from the Germans, French bureaucracy, and the threat of being ousted by the British army, the Smith volunteers bring welcome aid—and hope—to the region. But can they survive their own differences? As they cope with the hardships and terrors of the war, Kate and her colleagues find themselves navigating old rivalries and new betrayals which threaten the very existence of the Unit.

With the Germans threatening to break through the lines, can the Smith Unit pull together and be truly a band of sisters? 



About the author

Lauren Willig is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of twenty novels, including The Summer Country, The Ashford Affair, and The English Wife, as well as the RITA Award–winning Pink Carnation series. An alumna of Yale University, she has a graduate degree in history from Harvard and a JD from Harvard Law School. She lives in New York City with her husband, kindergartner, toddler, and vast quantities of coffee.


Special thanks to Danielle at William Morrow for the chance to bring this reveal to you. (THANKS!) For more information on this title, the author, or the publisher, feel free to click through the links provided above. Remember, MARK YOUR CALENDAR for March 2021 or you can always curb your desire for now by pre-ordering your copy today!

Until next time, remember...if it looks good, READ IT!

Sunday, July 26, 2020

Silver Dagger Book Tours presents... THE AFTERMATH OF DRIFTING AWAY by Audrey Beaudoin - GIVEAWAY!

The Aftermath of Drifting Away 
Fate Book 1 
by Audrey Beaudoin 
Genre: New Adult Contemporary Romance 

We survived the plane crash. 

We survived days on a raft in the middle of the ocean. Right when all hope to get rescued crumbled, we shared a kiss that left me heartbroken―my first and last kiss. 

Or so I thought. Because we didn’t die. 

My plan is to never see Chris Ross again. To keep hanging out with his sister without crossing his path. Getting my life back together and working on my goals are the only things that matter. I have plans, and they don’t include love. 

But then he shows up at my workplace, asking for my friendship. When I learn something that changes everything, I’m determined to stay away and not let myself fall for him. 

Too bad he’s persistent. Too bad I can’t stop thinking about the damn kiss. Too bad it’s nice having him around and being his friend. 

If things were to change, they could get really complicated… 

The Aftermath of Drifting Away is a sweet contemporary forbidden romance. It is the first book in the Fate series that can be read as a stand-alone. 

Audrey Beaudoin is a YA and NA contemporary romance author from Canada. Being a French native speaker didn’t stop her from writing her first English story in 2017. She writes sweet romance novels, sometimes with a bit of action and suspense. 

$15 Amazon giftcard, e-ARC of The Aftermath of Drifting Away – 1 winner each 

Follow the tour HERE for special content and a giveaway! 

Saturday, July 25, 2020

RRR presents... A GOOD MATCH FOR THE MAJOR by Josie Bonham - REVIEW!

Hi there!
Welcome back to Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers.

Today, we're playing host to a stop along the Rachel's Random Resources tour featuring a work of Historical Fiction that you'll definitely want to dive into!  It features a love stung heroine that knows her own mind and heart, a love struck Major fresh from the military not believing what his own heart is telling him, and a severe lack of communication that could have cleared things up toot suite...but then again, where's the fun in that?  Ladies and gents, gather round because today's title in the spotlight is on deck...

A Good Match for the Major
Josie Bonham

About the book...
Pride meets prejudice – can love blossom?

Beautiful young widow, Lady Eliza Wyndham, is determined never to remarry after a disastrous first marriage. The undeniable attraction that fizzes between her and Major Nathaniel Overton terrifies her. She rejects his advances.

 With his pride badly dented, Nat vows to forget Eliza until he finds her in danger from an old adversary of his army days. His protective instincts are stirred and he steps back into her life, but will Eliza be prepared to accept his help?


Our dear Lady Eliza has had a rough time of things.  She comes from a family filled with love, and green with wealth, but her marriage was to nothing short of a beast.  Good news, she's done with him...bad news, she's also done with love.  I suppose it's also a good thing then that we don't exactly get to tell our heart what is wants then...

Enter Major Overton. He certainly makes a first impression, and has no intentions of falling at the feet of a fair maiden, but Lady Eliza is far more fiery, far more resourceful, and far more than anything he was prepared for when heading to his grandfather's estate.  He'll need to stop worrying about what the ton thinks of him, if he ever hopes to secure the lady's heart...but it certainly won't stop him from trying out of respect, out of courtesy, but mostly...out of love.

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These two kept getting in their own ways so often, one became desperate for them to simply TALK to one another.  Step away from the propriety of the times, and get to the good stuff...and by that I mean FEELINGS not whatever you might have read into that.  *ahem*  It's a clean romance with simply a few light blush worthy scenes scattered about, the only tryst coming in a timely fashion...and now I'm stepping away from all that.  The to and for between these two was enough to keep things rolling in the beginning, but they REALLY picked up when moves were made against peers, some got too big for their britches, and Lady Eliza gets to show how resourceful she can REALLY be.

All in all, I really enjoyed this one.  The action doesn't really get started until about half ways through, so there is a lot of simpering, thinking, and worrying about stations, true intentions, and what not, but still, it doesn't bore.  I only had two hang ups.  There was a time or two where the story seemed to jump, causing me to backtrack to make sure I hadn't missed something (which very well could have been edited out as I was reading an eARC), and there were a few passages of dialogue that just struck me as odd for the time period (but again, that may have changed between pre and post editing), but they didn't overpower my good impression of the story.

If you're a fan of Historical Romance, you might want to make room on your wish list or simply solve the whole dilemma and grab a copy now! 


About the author...

Josie lives in the English midlands, surrounded by towns full of history such as Evesham, Stratford-Upon- Avon, Warwick and Worcester. Which is perhaps why her favourite reads are historical. Out of all the periods to choose from the Regency Era stirs her imagination the most. The true Regency lasted from 1811 until 1820 but dates as wide as 1789 to 1837 have been included in the extended Regency period. For Josie the true flavour of this period emerges after the iniquitous hair powder tax of 1795, unsurprisingly, scuppered the fashion for hair powder almost overnight. 

Josie has always dabbled in stories but it took the combined efforts of her sister and eldest niece to set her on the path to writing novels. Her Regency romances, with a dash of adventure and intrigue, are the result.



Special thanks to Rachel at Rachel's Random Resources for the chance to bring this tour to you. (THANKS!) For more information on this title, the author, this promotion, or those on the horizon, feel free to click through the links provided above. This title is available now, so click on over to your favorite online retailer to snag your copy today and be sure to check out the rest of the tour for more bookish fun!

Until next time, remember...if it looks good, READ IT!

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