Last week was such a busy week. The saying "So many books, so little time" was very fitting. I will give you glance at the cream of the crop of this last week.
I love Dr. Pepper and prophesies so this seems like a good fit. At 25, Mel feels like an utter failure. Her answer: help others. Her helping might actually be hurting her relationship, especially with her best friend, Will.
I've read "The Sometimes Bride" by Ginny Baird so I thought I'd give this one a try. Widowed mom, Christine, nearly runs professor John off the road during a Vermont snow storm. The two, along with Christine's son and John's dog, end up spending Christmas with each other.
I can't get away from these Harlequin novels. This Sarah Mayberry tale is about almost 30, Leah, who is tired of being in the shadows. Maybe she will break out into the light with her sexy musician/neighbor, Will.
Another yummy historical romance! Aldwin and Lena get mixed up in the case of a missing pendant. Aldwin wants to prove himself and find it. Lena has found it and just wants to give it back. Aldwin kidnaps Lena and he finds out about their shared past.
I saw this one posted all over Facebook so I decided to give it a try. Adele is attempting to move beyond her past as a Burlesque dancer as an accountant in Las Vegas. One night with Reid changes everything. He wants a relationship while she doesn't. An unexpected pregnancy has Reid fighting Adele and her past.
Meg gets involved in small town madness after she is forced to clean up the scruffy cowboys for a new reality series. Problem is her ex, Owen, is one of them and she's not ready to fix him up for another woman.
There you have it! Six new tales to help warm your bed at night.
If you missed them, check out my 8 posts from the Indie Block Party, my reviews of "Fiery Bride" by Cynthia Woolf and "Becoming Invisible" by Tiffany Carmouche, 2 cover reveals, and a new Food Lit find, "Some Like it Spicy" by Robbie Terman. Upcoming: review of "Infraction" by K.I. Lynn and a special anniversary giveaway from "Lesson Learned" author, Sydney Logan.