Tuesday, 20 February 2018

Review of Fires of Winter by Johanna Lindsay

Fires of Winter by Johanna Lindsey. I have become quite fond of historical romances recently. My TBR shelf contains majority of HR books.
I love the fact that I get to learn about a whole different world along with a whole new story. That is why I wanted to try out historical romances set in a different age and different time than the 18th and 19th century England. And my quest led me to Johanna Lindsey's Fires of Winter. A book that is almost 40 years old!
This is set in 9th century in northern Norway i.e the Viking Age. I know a little bit about Vikings. I had heard that they were riders, marauders and murderers who pillaged villages and town and stole everything of value and enslaved the defeated folk. Well, they are everything aforementioned and more.

Tuesday, 13 February 2018

Review of Transcendence by Shay Savage

A friend of mine on Goodreads suggested this book to me. I haven't read anything of Shay Savage before. But, as I read the blurb, I was intrigued. A real caveman? Bring it on! But what I got was not at all what I had expected. And in a total good way. Transcendence wasn't like anything I've read before. It cannot be classified as Historical as that will be pushing it. It could be said time travel, though it isn't a huge part of the story. But, we can definitely say it's a romance. It is one the most sweet romance I've ever read.

Thursday, 8 February 2018

Review of At the Duke's Pleasure by Tracy Anne Warren

After finishing the second book in the series it's now time for His Grace, Duke  of Clybourne! Since the first book I have found Edward intriguing. And after reading the blurb I wanted to know more about Claire and Edward. I'm so glad I did, because I enjoyed this book. The shadows under my eyes will testify for that!

Wednesday, 7 February 2018

Review of Seduced by His Touch by Tracy Anne Warren

The second book in The Byrons of Braebourne series. I mainly picked up this series because of Jack's book. I read the blurb and I immediately wanted to read the novel. Since I never read a series out of order I started with Cade's book.
What I got was definitely wasn't expected. Click below to read more of the Review.

Review of Tempted by His Kiss By Tracy Anne Warren.

Tracie Anne Warren's 'The Byrons of Braebourne' series starts of with the story of Lord Cade Byron. I was a hunting for a new Historical romance novel series to begin and I came across this book. It was published in 2009 and has a total of 5 books. After reading the blurbs of the books I was intrigued by The Byrons. So, Lets see how the first book fared.

Tuesday, 6 February 2018

Beyond Scandal and Desire - Lorraine Heath

I loved the blurb of this book so much that I counted the days until it's release. And it doesn't hurt that the books author is Lorraine Heath. I had some preconceived notions before I started reading. Many were proven wrong in a good way. It has a refreshing take on a concept that is used regularly in historical romance.

Saturday, 9 December 2017

Review of The Winter Duchess by Jillian Eaton

I came across this indie book in the most unusual way, But I'm really thankful I did. The Winter Duchess is a sweet love story of a Duke trying hard to freeze his heart and a Maiden who unknowingly thaws it.
I loved the writing and am sad that this book isn't as appreciated as it deserves.