Category: Donna’s Reviews

Donna’s Review: Dressage Dreaming by Kimberly Beckett

Donna’s Review: Dressage Dreaming by Kimberly Beckett

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Overall Rating: 5.00

Michael Stafford won gold medals in dressage with the British Olympic Team and as an individual. He was on top of the world with a beautiful fiancée, Emma, and a new farm of his own. A year later, his fiancé has dumped him and the owner of the stallion he rode has decided to put the horse out to stud. His friend and fellow rider, Lionel, has learned that the owner of a German stallion, Tempest, is looking for a new rider to show Tempest.

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Donna’s Review: The Highlander’s Norse Bride by Cathy MacRae

Donna’s Review: The Highlander’s Norse Bride by Cathy MacRae

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Overall Rating: 5.00

This is one of the best novellas I’ve read. Although a few characters have appeared in the previous book of this series, you do not need to have read it to enjoy this one.

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Donna’s Review: Lost to a Spy by Sharon Cullen

Donna’s Review: Lost to a Spy by Sharon Cullen

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Overall Rating: 5.00
Lady Emma Hamilton, widow and friend to Queen Mary of Scotland, was abused by her deceased husband and does not trust men. Walking back to Holyrood Palace with her maid, after dinner at a friend’s house, she sees men gathered around what appears to be a body in the orchard nearby and then she is thrown by the explosion in the Kirk o’ Field building. Tristan, a printer, wakens from the blast and runs out to see what has happened.

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Donna’s Review: The Devilish Duke by Maddison Michaels

Donna’s Review: The Devilish Duke by Maddison Michaels

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Read for Fun (Personal Copy)
Overall Rating: 5.00

Lady Sophie Wolcott is an eccentric bluestocking who spends her time working at an orphanage. She has a crush on her friend’s brother, Richard, Earl of Abelard since she was 8. Attending a ball at the Duke of Huntington’s home she climbs a tree to eavesdrop on Richard proposing to someone else. When they go inside, she attempts to get down only to fall near the Duke, Devlin, and a lady friend. He sees that she gets home safely and makes sure there will be no gossip.

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Donna’s Review: What’s a Highlander Got To Do by Sabrina York

Donna’s Review: What’s a Highlander Got To Do by Sabrina York

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I have been waiting for Isobel Dounreay Lochlannach to grow up and have her own HEA. She stole many scenes in her mother and aunts’ books. I’m not sure her grandfather appreciated her arrows in his library books. Now grown, her mother has decided she needs a London season. Isobel disagrees, but at least her best friend, Catriona, is going to London also.

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