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Audiobook Review: Wicked and the Wallflower by Sarah MacLean

Audiobook Review: Wicked and the Wallflower by Sarah MacLean

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Narrated by Justine Eyre (knocks it out of the park) and produced by @HarperAudio First 5 star read of the year (and this is book number 95)

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Donna’s Review: The Prince by Katharine Ashe

Donna’s Review: The Prince by Katharine Ashe

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Read for Review (Publisher)
Overall Rating: 5.00
There is a lot more going on in this book that I will not spoil. Mystery to solve, Libby’s issues and wondering if he’ll ever return to Scotland. Don’t worry, there is a HEA! I hope you’ll read this wonderful book. Katharine Ashe is an automatic buy for me.

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Donna’s Review: When a Scot Gives His Heart by Julie Johnstone

Donna’s Review: When a Scot Gives His Heart by Julie Johnstone

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Read for Review (From Author)
Overall Rating: 5.00
Marsaili Campbell’s father is gathering his friends and others to take the Scottish throne from King David and give it to Robert Stewart, David’s greedy nephew. He plans to have his son “accidentally” wound the married Earl of Ulster and Marsaili will treat his wound and he will want her. She tries to talk him out of this with no luck.

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Donna’s Review: A Warriner to Seduce Her by Virginia Heath

Donna’s Review: A Warriner to Seduce Her by Virginia Heath

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Read for Review (Netgalley)
Overall Rating: 5.00

The last of the four Warriner brothers finally gets his HEA! Jake is the youngest of the brothers and as a child he hated his parents’ arguments. His mother was unstable and often threatens to kill herself. When she was drowning, Jake was there trying to help her, but the river was flowing to fast. He blames himself for her death.

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Donna’s Review: The Hellion by Christi Caldwell

Donna’s Review: The Hellion by Christi Caldwell

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Read for Review (NetGalley)
Overall Rating: 5.00

While the Hell and Sin Club burned, Adair Thorne remembered the fire that killed his family and their place of business. Club competitor, Broderick Killoran, is a suspect even though his sister, Cleopatra, had arranged a truce between the clubs. Broderick wants Ryker Black’s wife, Penny, to introduce Cleo to society. Cleo moves into Ryker’s home but is closely watched by Adair as he doesn’t trust her. She is attracted to Adair but will never admit it. Adair, against his better judgment, is attracted to her also.

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