It was a surprise to find this historical western series. It has been awhile since I read an old western. This was a great choice. I like my cowboys old school, not Tweeting on the back of a horse, so I was very interested in an offered copy of Sarah McCarty’s upcoming release. This is […]
Category: Historical Romance
I finally read this story which I had hoarded away some time ago unfortunately it didn’t live up to the original hype.
I was so excited to find this sequel story featuring Mason’s brother, Oswald. He was the thoughtful and considerate brother in Book 1. But Oswald might have become more coldblooded in the four years between stories. The romance between Fenella and Oswald was building nicely. Unfortunately, the story eventually fell flat for me when the conflict turned stupid and ruined all the bonding between the characters.
I just couldn’t finish this story. I was halfway through except I just kept pausing because I didn’t want to hear anymore then forcing myself to turn it back on, so I knew I was done.
I am sorry that I didn’t start this series from the beginning. I loved Mary Elizabeth and the finale of this series would have been sweeter if I had been here from the beginning.
Medieval stories don’t usually interest me, but this one was so sweet. I just loved it.
Anne Gracie saved the best for last. Daisy and Flynn overcame their humble backgrounds to fulfill their dreams and in doing so stumbled upon a love one dreamed of and one never dreamed could happen.
This was a quick but enjoyable novella. It also proves that maybe I was too quick to judge an author over one story.
Stunning, exciting and slightly gross but definitely enjoyable. I read Pride and Prejudice and Zombies when it first came out and I wasn’t impressed but even at that time I kept thinking it would do much better visually and I was excited about the immediate rumors that it would be made into a movie.
This started out very promising and I liked the Darcy/Elizabeth scenes but some of the changes didn’t always make sense and there was a lot of nonsensical misunderstandings keeping Darcy and Elizabeth apart.