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review 2018-10-25 02:43
One of three stories. Sweet second chance/reunion story.
Convenient Christmas Brides - Carla Kelly,Louise Allen,Laurie Benson

I have read One Night Under the Mistletoe so far but look forward to reading the rest of the stories. One Night Under the Mistletoe was a touching second chance/reunion story. Juliet was hurt by Monty's rejection years earlier when a mistake by Monty leads to marriage. As they worked through their fears and pain, with truth between them, they find their way back into each others hearts. This was a wonderful read, tears included. I loved both characters. I highly recommend this story, which is the second story in the Sommersby Brides series.

I received an ARC of this story through the author, and this is my unsolicited review.

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review 2018-10-06 15:50
Took me long enough
One Week to Wed - Laurie Benson

Of course I was only a few pages from the end when I disappeared off sick.  Of course this was in work.

 

This is the story of a man (Lord Andrew Pearce) who works as an intelligence officer for the crown, a widow (Lady Charlotte Gregory) who thinks she can't conceive and loved her husband and a night that proves her wrong.  They have to marry and she discovers that her sister (also a widow) had her eye on Lord Andrew. Cue family rifts and disappointments.  She also has to deal with her feelings, she had settled into the pattern of grieving widow and now Lord Andrew is shaking her up but she's not sure about it all.

 

And he's an ass about it.

 

Still it was entertaining.

 

Now that's the last of the Library Books, fair warning, I went on a nocturne binge while ill, and hope to do updates between tonight and tomorrow.  The reviews may be as deep as the books were.  Memory may have been impacted by medication and chest infection.

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review 2018-08-02 01:06
Audiobook Review: The Sometimes Series: Win, Lose & Play Book Set by Stacy Eaton (Author), Julie Walters (Narrator), Gene Branson (Narrator)
The Sometimes Series: Win, Lose & Play Book Set - Julie Walters,Stacy Eaton,Gene Benson

 

Audiobook Review: The Sometimes Series: Win, Lose & Play Book Set by Stacy Eaton (Author), Julie Walters (Narrator), Gene Branson (Narrator)

Stacy Eaton has a way with words. With a few strokes, she creates heartwarming tales of bravery, heartache and understanding. "The Sometimes Series" offers romance, betrayal and suspense. Haley is a single mother devoted to making a better life for herself and her child. Devon could be the white knight she never thought she'd find, but pride keeps getting in the way. Just when things seem to be working themselves out, life has a way of making it all fall apart. Can Haley and Devon weather the storm headed their way? Words have power. Eaton, Walters and Benson prove that a story can entertain, transform and enlighten the course of our lives. Gripping entertainment.

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review 2018-07-05 16:59
Intrigue, compromise, past lives all lend to a good read.
One Week to Wed - Laurie Benson

Can one find love twice in a lifetime? Charlotte did not believe so. Can one live without love? Andrew believed so. These two found their lives turned upside down when they met. With the dangerous times all around, a testament to the actual history of the time, a fun courtship with moments of uncertainty, misunderstanding, and interfering friends kept me reading this story. There were occasions I wanted to say "it is right in front of you", moments for happy and sad tears, and a hard-won sigh of happiness. I enjoyed this story and recommend it.

I received an ARC of this book as a gift, and this is my unsolicited review.

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text 2018-05-15 15:14
Reading progress update: I've read 11 out of 180 pages.
The Mystery at Lilac Inn - Russell H. Tandy,Mildred Benson,Carolyn Keene

We should all be a little bit more like Nancy Drew

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