Donna’s Review: The Bride Got Lucky by Janna MacGregor

Donna’s Review: The Bride Got Lucky by Janna MacGregor

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This is Janna MacGregor’s second book and I loved it as much as the first one. It can be read without reading the first book in this series though some of the characters from The Bad Luck Bride appear in this one. Lady Emma Cavensham loves to read and covets rare books. While sneaking off to buy a rare book, she is stopped by reclusive Nick St. Mauer, Earl of Somerton. Her cousin Claire has sent Nick to find her and prevent a scandal. (Nick’s best friend is Claire’s husband Alex.) As punishment, her parents are sending her to their country estate, but before she leaves Nick gives her his copy of the book she was trying to obtain and her first kiss.

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Donna’s Review: Christmas in Kilts by Bronwen Evans, Terri Brisbin , Lecia Cornwall, Lavinia Kent, May McGoldrick

Donna’s Review: Christmas in Kilts by Bronwen Evans, Terri Brisbin , Lecia Cornwall, Lavinia Kent, May McGoldrick

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This is a wonderful anthology. I liked some of the novellas better than others but overall 4.5 stars rounded to 5.

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Donna’s Review: A Secret Scottish Christmas by Regan Walker

Donna’s Review: A Secret Scottish Christmas by Regan Walker

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August: Following in their family’s tradition of doing jobs for the Home Office, twins Robbie and Nash Powell are in Manchester to monitor the peaceful crowd’s reaction to a speech against high taxes on ordinary citizens without representation. They were surprised when the government troops attacked the commoners in attendance. Nash is injured trying to protect a woman and child.

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Donna’s Review: Third Son’s a Charm by Shana Galen

Donna’s Review: Third Son’s a Charm by Shana Galen

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What a great series this will be! During the war with France, a group of 3rd sons were recruited for what we would call a special ops unit. Some of them survived and created the Survivors’ Club. Most of them still have nightmares.

Posted December 7, 2017 by Felicia S in 2017 Read, Donna's Reviews, Reviews / 2 Comments
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Donna’s Review: Twelfth Night with the Earl by Anna Bradley

Donna’s Review: Twelfth Night with the Earl by Anna Bradley

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Ethan Fortescue, Earl of Devon, is headed to his childhood home, Cleves Court, to close it for good. He doesn’t want to ever live there again as his childhood memories are not all happy ones. He assumes the house will be empty or maybe just a caretaker. Imagine his surprise when he arrives at a Christmas Eve party. In his house with children running around!

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