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review 2021-09-11 03:00
Review: Harvest of Love (Insta-Spark Collection, #5) by: Melanie Moreland
Harvest of Love (Insta-Spark Collection, #5) - Melanie Moreland




Harvest of Love by M. Moreland

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A bountiful story of love, life and humor that speaks in the language of the heart. Harvest of Love is proof that less is more. Danica and Noah take the soul on a quest of self-discovery, new beginnings and happily ever afters. With a bit of common sense and an abundance of emotion, Moreland makes an explosive impact that sticks long after the journey's end.

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review 2021-08-29 22:27
The Cloverleigh Farms Collection by: Melanie Harlow
The Cloverleigh Farms Collection - Melanie Harlow




The Cloverleigh Farms Collection by Melanie Harlow

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Cloverleigh Farms Series - Harlow pushes emotions toward the fearless, through the flaws and despite the heartache. Entertains, inspires and empowers, even as it warms the heart.

Undeniable - Harlow exposes the best and worst moments of a lifetime kind of love. With humor and heart, she makes it easy to love the characters that inhabit her books, by taking up residence in our hearts.

Insatiable - Insatiable tempts with romance and goes all heart when it comes to telling a sweet story.

Unbreakable - Will have readers laughing through their tears with a whole lot of naughty in between.

Unforgettable - Casts a spell not easily broken, yet hard to resist.

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review 2020-12-12 17:31
Vested Interest Box Set #2 (Books 4-7) by: Melanie Moreland
Vested Interest Box Set #2 (Books 4-7) - Melanie Moreland




Vested Interest Box Set: Books 4-7 by Melanie Moreland

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

If ever there was a heartache waiting to be found, Moreland proves without a shadow of a doubt, she knows just where to look. Moreland will leave your heart spent, but empowered by the unpredictable, beauty of love.

Reid - Misjudged, misrepresented, misunderstood. Reid is a new beginning for a broken heart. I loved Aiden, Bentley and Maddox but I fell in love with Reid.

Van - Moreland has crafted a puzzle that seems totally put together, but looks can be deceiving. Hidden in the fine print, the clues are almost blinding. Emotion is the star of the show.

Halton - What happens when a man known for using his head finally listens to his heart?  Two cynical hearts are about to discover there is no logic, when it comes to falling in love. The heart is the deciding factor and we're all just along for the ride.

Sandy - Sandy forces the heart to stop and take notice. It's raw, inspiring and haunting.

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text 2020-08-17 08:05
Cover Reveal - Everything Changes


Everything Changes by Melanie Hansen

Cover Created by : Natasha Snow

Release Date: September 14, 2020


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A childhood in foster care taught Carey Everett to hold tight to what he has. Enlisting in the Marines gave him purpose, but a life-threatening injury ended his career—and took his leg. Now fully recovered, Carey’s happier than he’s ever been. He has a fulfilling job, a chosen family and, best of all, a cherished friendship with Jase DeSantis, the platoon medic who saved his life.


Jase knows how to take care of the people he loves. As the oldest of seven, and then a Navy corpsman, it’s what he was born to do. Still, he’s haunted by his actions overseas. Playing music with his band keeps the demons at bay, but it’s a battle he’s starting to lose.


After a week of sun and fun in San Diego, Jase and Carey’s connection takes an unexpected turn. With change comes a new set of challenges. For Jase, it means letting someone else into his deepest pain. For Carey, it’s realizing love doesn’t always equal loss. In order to make their relationship work, they’ll each have to come to terms with their pasts…


…or risk walking away from each other for good.


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review 2020-07-14 13:07
The Peasant's Dream (Hagenheim #11)
The Peasant's Dream - Melanie Dickerson

Adela, the youngest daughter of the Duke of Hagenheim longs for adventure and true love, just like her older siblings have found before her. When Adela hears that yet another suitor, the son of the Duke of Grundelsbach, Lord Barthold will be calling on her she decides to leave the castle unguarded and dressed as a peasant. While at the market, she meets Frederick. Frederick is a peasant who works tirelessly on his father's farm where his drunken father often beats Frederick and his mother. In his free time Frederick hones his wood carving skills and has found a job carving for the bishop of Hagenheim. Adela and Frederick ease into one another's company as they talk of art and their families. However, Frederick doesn't know of Adela's true identity and when some boys from the countryside hatch a plan to kidnap the Duke's daughter for some extra money, Frederick becomes caught up in their plan and his future as well as his relationship with Adela are compromised.

The Peasant's Dream is the eleventh book in the Hagenheim series. While reading the previous books will help fill in some details, it is not necessary to read them all in order to enjoy The Peasant's Dream. In this reversal retelling of Cinderella, Adela and Frederick are able to find love on their own and form a deeper and meaningful bond than simply meeting at a ball. There were enough elements from the Cinderella story to make it recognizable, but also plenty of new twists to add excitement and suspense. Adela and Frederick's character's both had depth and interesting backstories. I really enjoyed that they were able to bond over art and tales of their family even though they were from such different backgrounds. The suspense and excitement was kept heightened as the plan to capture Adela goes awry, Barthold's jealousy takes over and Lord Conrat begins to meddle further. One thing I didn't particularly enjoy was the addition of the overly religious themes. I understood its place in Frederick's wood carvings, but it seemed overbearing at points. Overall, The Peasant's Dream is a fast-paced, enjoyable fairy tale retelling and a pleasant addition to the world of Hagenheim.

This book was received for free in return for an honest review.

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