May and June Promos – Check them out!

Happy Sunday!!

I have found a bunch of promos for you! Some are free books and some are almost free – but not quite 🙂 Check them out and start your Summer reading list today! Click on the pictures to go to the promo websites, hurry some end tomorrow!

May Happy Ever After Free Books end May 31, 2021 so get them while you!!

Hot May Romance Ends May 31, 2021 Check it out now!

May/June Romance runs May 15th to June 14, 2021

For the Love of Romance runs May 16 – June 15, 2021

Romance Mid-Month Madness end June 1st, 2021 Get them soon!!

Roses and Giggles runs May 16 to June 15, 2021

I cannot wait for this one!!!! Celebrity romance is my favourite! Starts June 1st, 2021!!

Coming Soon Preorder Event Starts June 1st, 2021!!

Thank you for checking out all the promo’s that are happening now. I hope you have found some incredible books that will keep you reading for the next while!!

Have a great week!

Review: Starting Over at the Vineyard in Alsace (Book 2) by Julie Stock

Starting Over at the Vineyard in Alsace: An uplifting, feel-good romance (Domaine des Montagnes Book 2) by [Julie Stock]

Back of the Book:

She’s proud, independent and about to be a single mum. Since his wife died, he’s become fiercely protective. Can they take another chance on love?

After being abandoned by her partner when she falls pregnant, Lottie Schell goes home to live on The Vineyard in Alsace determined to raise her child and to provide for them both without having to depend on anyone else.

Thierry Bernard is still dealing with his grief and guilt following the death of his wife two years earlier. He needs to move on from the tragedy of his past and to accept the truth of what happened.

When circumstances force Lottie and Thierry closer together and their attraction deepens, they both find it hard to compromise – and they’re both wary about trusting someone new with their heart.

Can Lottie and Thierry move on from their pasts, find a new beginning together and start over?

Escape to The Vineyard in Alsace with this romantic read set in springtime in the heart of this picturesque French wine region.

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My Review:

This is a beautifully written book. As in the first in this series, the descriptions catapulted me right into the incredible scenery and made me feel as if I was there. I also love the use of French it brought out the authenticity of the story. The characters are wonderful and I found myself hoping for the best for everyone. I honestly couldn’t put this down and cannot wait for the next. This is a 5 star read and I highly recommend it.

Thank you to Aquintillion Reads for the opportunity to read and review this lovely book.

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Books, Books and More Books for You

Hello and welcome to Spring 2021!!! I hope everyone is healthy and well and enjoying the weather 🙂

I have compiled a bunch of promotions for you, some have free books, some are Kindle Unlimited and some are on sale. There is everything in each promo you need to stock up on your reading list!

Click each of the photos to bring you to the promotion page.

On to the promo’s!!

Cherry Blossom Romance Giveaway. Get these books fast! This promotion ends March 31st!

Christmas Comes Early Get these books fast! This promotion ends March 30th!

Whirlwind Romances to Keep you Warm Get these books fast! This promotion ends March 31st!

Escape, Grab A Book! This promotion ends April 13th!

March Kindle Unlimited Romance Reads Get these books fast! This promotion ends March 31st!

Spring Fling – Romance Sale This promotion ends April 28th!

The Big Book Bash – All Genres This promotion ends May 1st!

https://storyoriginapp.com/to/ONLEzbU

I hope you find some (or a lot) of books to keep you reading this Spring!!

Happy Reading!!

Review: The Vineyard in Alsace by Julie Stock

Back of the book:

Is there really such a thing as a second chance at love?

Fran Schell has only just become engaged when she finds her fiancé in bed with another woman. She knows this is the push she needs to break free of him and to leave London. She applies for her dream job on a vineyard in Alsace, in France, not far from her family home, determined to concentrate on her work.

Didier Le Roy can hardly believe it when he sees that the only person to apply for the job on his vineyard is the same woman he once loved but let go because of his stupid pride. Now estranged from his wife, he longs for a second chance with Fran if only she will forgive him for not following her to London.

Working so closely together, Fran soon starts to fall in love with Didier all over again. Didier knows that it is now time for him to move on with his divorce if he and Fran are ever to have a future together. Can Fran and Didier make their second chance at love work despite all the obstacles in their way?

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My Review:

This book was incredibly written. The characters were so well written you couldn’t help but feel every emotion, but the scenery! Oh my!! This story put me right in France! Almost instantly! I could practically smell the flowers and the wine 🙂 I highly recommend this book it is a 5 star read all the way with an ending that will make your heart sing!!

Of Magpies and Men by Ode Ray – Review

Back of the Book:

Can any good come of longings that a person can never satisfy? If so, good for whom?

Two corpses wash ashore in a picturesque Italian village, the violence that put them there is bound to a long-held secret and two strangers living worlds apart with seemingly nothing in common.
Benedict Grant a wealthy Londoner, leading a lonely life.
Marie Boulanger a nurse and single mum, struggling to make ends meet in Marseille.
However, a mother’s illicit revelation will set in motion a chain of events that will reshape their identities, stir poignant family affairs and delve into the by-products of lawless decisions.

With this domestic thriller, discover a captivating and moving story of impossible yearnings, weaving mystery and drama peppered with humour. A tale that will stay with you long after its final page and a twist you won’t see coming.

*****

My Review:

This book hooked me in from the moment I started reading. The characters are so well written and the scenery is so magnificently detailed.

It’s a hauntingly beautiful story that I literally could not put down as I had to see what was coming next.

I’m not going to give anything away on this one – you seriously have to read it!

5 giant ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Get your copy today at Amazon

Snow Dust and Boneshine by Grendolyn Peach Soleil

I adored this book. It was so captivating from the moment I began reading to when I finished. I read it in 2 sittings only because I had to go to work in between or I wouldn’t have put it down.

Snow Dust and Boneshine by Grendolyn Peach Soleil was incredible. The only reason why I didn’t mind it ending was because of the promise there may be a book 2.

It follows the life of Fawna a little girl with some great powers up until adulthood. There’s romance, intrigue and lots of magic. Its very well written, so much so, I could feel the cold bitter wind as I read about it. The characters are beautifully written and I could see it playing out as a movie as I read.

I highly recommend picking this one up. 5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ all the way in this one.

Thank you aquintillion reads for allowing me to review this book.

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Review: Lost in Translation by Audrey Davis

Hi Everyone! Happy New Year!!!

I have to share with you one of the first books I have read in 2021! It was so good I couldn’t put it down!

Lost In Translation: A romantic comedy about starting over… by [Audrey Davis]

Back of the book:

Charlotte Egerton and family are off to Switzerland, after husband Dom bags a big-time job promotion.

But Charlotte isn’t exactly yodelling with delight at the prospect. Not since a chance discovery cast a shadow over her ten-year marriage. And navigating twisty Swiss rodas and getting to grips with French only adds to her woes…

Following a bumpy encounter with an arrogant German, Charlotte is far from convinced the expat life is for her.

With doubts about Dom — and concerns for her best friend, Ruth — plaguing her mind, will Charlotte embrace the Swiss way of life, or are some mountains just too hard to conquer?

Embark on a journey filled with laughter, tears and lessons in love. Sometimes you just have to seize the day…

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Review:

My thoughts on this book is that it was fantastic!! I couldn’t put it down. I had to keep reading to find out what Dom was really up to! The imagery in this story is second to none. I always knew Switzerland was beautiful but while reading Lost in Translation I could see the snow capped mountains and feel the chilly air without ever having been there.

I highly recommend reading this! It will whisk you away to a beautiful country with a woman who must figure out what is happening in her life and how she deals with it (just a hint…Charlotte is awesome in how she handles things!)

Definitely 5 stars for this one!

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You can buy it here:

Amazon Canada

Amazon US

Have you read this? If so what were your thoughts? I’d love to talk to people about this one 🙂

We will talk soon!!