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The Master of Stathburn by Amy Rose Bennett

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The Master of Stathburn
by Amy Rose Bennett
May 15, 2016
Escape Publishing
260 Pages
Scottish Historical Romance
Format: eBook
 

A sweeping, sexy Highland romance about a wanted Jacobite with a wounded soul, and a spirited Scottish lass on the run.
 
Robert Grant has returned home to Lochrose Castle in the Highlands to reconcile with his long-estranged father, the Earl of Strathburn. But there is a price on Robert’s head, and his avaricious younger half-brother, Simon, doesn’t want him reclaiming his birthright. And it’s not only Simon and the redcoats that threaten to destroy Robert’s plans after a flame-haired complication of the feminine kind enters the scene…

Jessie Munroe is forced to flee Lochrose Castle after the dissolute Simon Grant tries to coerce her into becoming his mistress. After a fateful encounter with a mysterious and handsome hunter, Robert, in a remote Highland glen, she throws her lot in with the stranger—even though she suspects he is a fugitive. She soon realises that this man is dangerous in an entirely different way to Simon…

Despite their searing attraction, Robert and Jessie struggle to trust each other as they both seek a place to call home. The stakes are high and only one thing is certain: Simon Grant is in pursuit of them both…

 

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The Master of Strathburn is the first book I have read by Amy Rose Bennett.  I chose to read this book because of the subject matter, former Viscount, Jacobite fugitive meets lovely lass that gives him assistance.  The cover of the book is lovely too.  

 

Jessie Munroe and Robert Grants (Lord Lochrose) first meeting left much to be desired, but he showed her compassion and was nothing at all like the man from whom she was running from.  Although Jessie is unaware of Roberts true identity when they first meet, she is a smart lass and figures it out soon enough.

 

‘I shot her. In the arm.’
‘Ye truly have been away from the Highlands too long when ye mistake a lass for a hind. I’m astounded Miss Munroe would even speak to ye, let alone wed ye!’

 

I wasn’t sure what to expect from this story, but it wasn’t what I got.  I enjoyed this book!  It had everything you could possibly be looking for in a Scottish, Historical Romance.  A strong, loyal, roguish/gentleman Scotsman.  (I loved the character of, Robert Grant!)A sweet, loyal Highland lass, with a gentle nature, but not afraid to stand up for the man she loves, or what she believes in.  There was a time or two that I would have liked Jessie to have not been afraid, but I got over it.  I liked her character.

 

‘When Jessie chanced a fleeting glance back at Lady Strathburn, the undisguised look of hatred that the woman shot her filled her heart with foreboding. She feared that when the viper struck again, it would be much worse than a barbed comment.’

 

I feel the author did an excellent job of giving us background information on Jessie and Grants characters, and fleshing them out.  This was a story about relationships, trust, and redemption.  It was not just about sex, as some historical romances may be these day.  Yes, there were some pretty steamy sex scenes, but those happened later in the story, and didn’t take up residence in our H&H’s minds every scene in the book.  I adore that the author gave me a story with some meat on it’s bones.

 

‘No mater that they had only spent a few days together. She knew she was in love with him as surely as night follows day. She decided then and there to do whatever was within her power to save Robert from a traitor’s death, even if that meant pleading with the Lord Advocate himself.’

 

I liked Robert’s father, he was a gentleman, and loved his son very much.  There were a few ‘nasty’ characters in this book, and I am glad that the author did not leave any loose ends where they were concerned.  While the plot moved along at an exciting and steady pace, it was predictable.  But in this case I didn’t mind a bit.  This was a truly heartwarming story.  The author even adds a few ‘real’ characters from history in this story.  It is all believable.  I just can’t believe that I haven’t read anything else from the author, and will have to fix that very soon.

 

I recommend this book to anyone that loves Scottish, Historical Romance, Scotland in general.  Wonderful Read! *I received an eCopy of this book from NetGalley on behalf of the publisher, in exchange for my honest review.

 

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Amy Rose Bennett has always wanted to be a writer for as long as she can remember. An avid reader with a particular love for historical romance, it seemed only natural to write stories in her favorite genre. She has a passion for creating emotion-packed—and sometimes a little racy—stories set in the Georgian and Regency periods. Of course, her strong-willed heroines and rakish heroes always find their happily ever after.

Amy is happily married to her own Alpha male hero, has two beautiful daughters, and a rather loopy Rhodesian Ridgeback. She has been a speech pathologist for many years but is currently devoting her time to her one other true calling—writing romance.

 

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Review: The Girl From Summer Hill (A Summer Hill Novel) by Jude Deveraux

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The Girl From Summer Hill
by Jude Deveraux
(A Summer Hill Novel)
May 3rd 2016 by Ballantine Books
384 Pages
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THE GIRL FROM SUMMER HILL, the first novel of New York Times bestselling author Jude Deveraux’s new series, is set against the backdrop of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. 
 
Enter Elizabeth Bennet. Chef Casey Reddick has had it up to here with men. When she arrives in the charming town of Summer Hill, Virginia, she leaves behind a demanding boss at a famous D.C. restaurant and a breakup with a boyfriend jealous of her success. Some peace and quiet on the picturesque Tattwell plantation is just what she needs to start fresh. But the tranquility is broken one misty morning when she sees a gorgeous naked man on the porch of her cottage.
 
Enter Mr. Darcy. What Tate Landers, Hollywood heartthrob and owner of Tattwell, doesn’t need on a bittersweet trip to his ancestral home is a woman spying on him from his guest cottage. Mistaking Casey for a reporter, Tate tries to run her out of her own house. His anger, which looks so good on the screen, makes a very bad first impression on Casey. Hollywood he may be, but he’s no sweetheart to Casey—and she lets him know it!

With more than sixty million copies of her books in print, Deveraux has captivated readers worldwide with her spirited characters, sizzling chemistry, and page turning storylines. In this new series, Deveraux outdoes herself by once again delivering yet another trademark spellbinding-love story.THE GIRL FROM SUMMER HILL (Ballantine Hardcover; On Sale 5/3) is guaranteed to win the hearts of old fans and new readers alike.

 
 

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There was a naked man on Casey’s back porch.  She would have called the police or, at the very least, screamed if he hadn’t been so damned beautiful.
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Maybe it was pride, but all sense of fear vanished.  She put her shoulders back.  “i don’t know who you are but I want out of my house.  Now!”  She grabbed her phone.  “I think the sheriff would like to hear about a man stripping on my porch and tearing out my screen to get inside my house and threatening me.  Unless you want to be in handcuffs, I suggest you leave immediately.”
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“Cook for Jack and me and when Nina and Emmie get here, add them to the list.  And play Elizabeth.  But only if you swear that you won’t look at me like I’m some chocolate statue you want to devour.”
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He held out his hand, but before Casey could take it, he drew back.  “Better not risk it.  With our mutual thoughts, if we touch we might start a forest fire.  How would we explain that areson to the fire marshal?”

 

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I have been a fan of Jude Deveraux’s historical romances for a long time now.  A Knight in Shining Armor is my favorites of all time.  Besides her Nantucket Brides Series, The Girl From Summer Hill is the only contemporary romances I have read of hers.  With The Girl From Summer Hill, Jude takes a literary classic, and puts her on spin on it.  I don’t usually read books or watch movies that are a contemporary  version of Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice, but I decided to give Mrs Devereux’s a try.  

 

Casey Riddick is a chef, and a pretty good one too.  She came to Tattwell to relax, and get away from a failed relationship to man that couldn’t handle her success.  Instead of relaxing she ends up getting roped into helping Kit write a play for Jane Austen’s, Pride & Prejudice, then play the part of Elizabeth Bennett.  All the while cooking for the whole cast, crew, and it seems half of the town.

 

Tate Landers comes to Summer Hill to visit Tattwell, his mother’s childhood home.  The home that he finally was able to buy for her, but she passed away before she seen that happened.  He is also here to play Mr. Darcy in the fundraiser play for Summer Hill.  Tate Landers is a successful actor, and has made many a hearts flutter, with his dark good looks, and swoon worthy roles as a historical romance movies.  He is a little confused when Casey is not taken in with his charms., and he set out to prove to her that she has him all wrong.

 

I thoroughly enjoyed reading ‘The Girl From Summer Hill’.  I liked Casey’s character, she was a delight to read, even though she was a little naive to Devlin Haines’ (Wickham in the play) tactics.  Tate Landers was the perfect gentlemen, uncle and friend.  I feel that Jude did a wonderful job in capturing the personality of ‘Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy’ in Casey and Tate.   In this story we get to see Kit again (he was in the Nantucket Brides series), and find out more about him.  There were a lot of characters introduced in this story, but there were many characters in Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice.   The author did a great job in fleshing out Devlin Haines (Wickham), and making me dislike him.  He was a snake!

 

There was a lot going on in this book with the secondary characters, but I enjoyed that.  Without all of those other back stories going on this book would not have been as enjoyable.  I recommend this book to anyone that enjoys Pride and Prejudice modern retellings.  If enjoyed Jude Deveraux’s, Nantucket Brides trilogy, you are sure to enjoy this one too.   I received an eARC copy of this book from NetGalley on behalf of the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

 

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Praise for Jude Deveraux

“Jude Deveraux is an amazing author and her Nantucket Brides series will sweep you away. A beautiful island, a sexy man and plenty of secrets—this is a wonderful writer at her best.”—Susan Mallery, New York Times bestselling author of Three Sisters

“A new Jude Deveraux novel means a very late night turning the pages straight through to the delicious end.” —Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author of The Great Escape

“Best-selling romance author Deveraux is at her spellbinding romantic finest.”
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“Destined to be an instant romance classic . . . will haunt you long after you read it.”
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Jude Deveraux is the author of forty-three New York Times bestsellers, including For All Time, Moonlight in the Morning,and A Knight in Shining Armor. She was honored with a Romantic Times Pioneer Award in 2013 for her distinguished career. To date, there are more than sixty million copies of her books in print worldwide.

 
 

Haunted Warrior (Highland Ghostbuster Series, Book 1) by Allie MacKay

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Haunted Warrior
Highland Ghost Busters, Book 1
by Allie MacKay (Sue-Ellen Welfonder)
Re-edited Version May 20, 2015
343 Pages
Paranormal Romance, Scottish
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When spirits rise, love soon follows…

Kendra Chase earns her living as a ghost whisperer. Cajoling disgruntled discarnates isn’t easy, so she’s been looking forward to a vacation in Edinburgh. But before she can tour the castle or even try haggis, an unexpected assignment sends her to Scotland’s rugged north coast. The tiny fishing village of Pennard is being excavated for a historical restoration project, and the living locals aren’t the only ones upset by the plans.
 
Supernatural protests have been reported.

No one knows better than Graeme MacGrath that his seaside village is more than North Sea nostalgia, peat smoke, and plaid. Bound by a centuries-old legacy to keep the region’s peace, MacGrath is the fiercest opponent to the development project. The renovation work has disrupted the protective veil that shields this world from the ancient, half-mythic past. And though he doesn’t have time for dallying with fetching American tourists, when Kendra arrives, desire flares between them. They join forces to save Pennard, but can they stop themselves from the one thing they can’t risk – falling in love?

 
 
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Haunted Warrior by Allie MacKay, aka Sue-Ellen Welfonder is about the third book I have read by this author.  This version of Haunted Warrior is the re-edited version of this book, and is supposed to have a lighter feel, with more myth and legend.  I didn’t read the previous version, so I can not compare the two.

 

Kendra Chase is a ghost whisper, she helps those spirits that haven’t moved on, or still have unfinished business. She is sent to Pennard Village in Scotland to see if she can help some discontented spirits that have been causing mischief in the village.   The village is scheduled for restoration, and some of the residents, and ghost residents are not to happy about it.

 

“She might see and speak with ghosts, but she wasn’t yet one of them. She could feel the hard beat of her pulse, her stunned amazement at the kiss’s ferocity.”

It is on this trip to Scotland that Kendrea meets Graeme MacGrath.  Graeme has roots in Pennard that go back for centuries, and it is his job to protect the village, its residents, and his family’s relic with his life.  He doesn’t have time for an American woman that speaks strangely, and can scarcely drive on the roads in Pennard.  Against his better judgement Graeme starts to fall for Kendra, and there is nothing his heart can do about it.  It is up to Kendra, Graeme, and Jock to save the residents of Pennard from the evil of his families foe, Ramsey.

 

“The Shadow Wand, a fabled length of jet and amber said to have been in my family’s possession. Anyone who wielded the relic held untold power.”

First let me say that I have read the first two books in the Ravenscraig Legacy, and enjoyed them.  Scottish Paranormal Romance is probably my favorite genre to read.  This book had a great beginning.  I liked the residents of Pennard, and the disgruntled spirits that Kendra met throughout the story.  I loved Graeme, and Jock (Graeme’s dog) was probably my favorite.  Yes, I am partial to animals.  Sue-Ellen did an excellent job of ‘showing’ me the village of Pennard.  The story had a light, airy feel to it, full of celtic lore, and colorful characters. I could smell the sea in the air, hear the laughing gulls, and see the sails of the fishing boats out at sea.  It felt as if I was there, and I wish I had been.  I even despised Graeme’s long time foe, Ramsey.

 

“His interest in Pennard will go deeper than carving the village into one foot square lots to sell to Scotland loving tourist.’

The author has a way with words, and of drawing you into the story.  I am not sure what happened about 3/4 of the way through the book.  It seems that the climax that you knew was coming ended in a paragraph.  I could not believe it, and I had to go back and make sure I didn’t skip any pages.  It just seems that it was to easy. It also seemed that the hero, Graeme’s character changed.  He said a few things like, “great leaping gods”, which he didn’t say anything remotely like that in the whole book, until toward the end. He went from acting the warrior, and all masculine to something different. The tone, and feel of the book changed when there was only about a fourth left to go.

 

This will not dissuade me from reading the rest of the books in the series.  I enjoy the voice that Allie MacKay (Sue-Ellen Welfonder) writes in, and will continue reading her books. There is some kissing in this story, and a little steam, but nothing else.   I received a copy of this book from the author, in exchange for an honest review.

 


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“Mackay is a master at penning magical tales of love across the ages.” -Fresh Fiction

Allie Mackay is the pseudonym for USA Today bestselling author Sue-Ellen Welfonder who won Romantic Times Best Historical Romance Award for her debut title, Devil in a Kilt. Many of her books have been RT Award nominees, and most have received RT Top Picks and K.I.S.S. Hero Awards. She is thrilled to be an Amazon All-Star Author, and a winner of InD’Tale’s RONE Award. Her favorite reader compliment is that her stories transport them to medieval Scotland, the setting of most of her books. She has three grand passions: Scotland, the paranormal, and animals. All can be found in her fun and sexy, light-hearted paranormal romances.here

 

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Review: Not Quite Mine (Not Quite Series, Book 2) by Catherine Bybee

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Not Quite Mine
by Catherine Bybee
(Not Quite Series, Book 1)

Narrated by Amy McFadden
Brilliance Audio, 2013
Unabridged, 8 hrs 6 min
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Her life is missing the love… When Katelyn “Katie” Morrison attends her brother’s wedding, the glamorous hotel heiress wonders if she’ll ever find “the one”… especially when she sees her sexy-as-sin ex, Dean Prescott. After the nuptials, she’s shocked to discover an infant girl on her doorstep. Deciding to keep the baby until she can locate the mother, Katie doesn’t have the time – or energy – for Dean’s suspicions. But she still can’t shake the longing she feels for him.

While attending his best friend’s wedding, Dean can’t stop staring at Katie’s sinful curves. He swore he’d never repeat the mistake of falling for her. Learning that Katie has a newborn, Dean knows there’s more going on than Katie admits… just as he knows their attraction hasn’t faded. But when he and Katie uncover the identity of the baby’s mother, they may lose their second chance at love.

 

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Not Quite Mine is the 2nd book in the Not Quite series by Catherine Bybee. I read book two before the first book, Not Quite Dating. While you can read each book in the series as a stand alone, I recommend starting with book one first.

Katie Morrison is a pampered, Texas hotel heiress to the Morrison Hotels. She loves tight mini skirts, the spotlight, and has had her share of dates. All of that comes to a screeching halt when a sweet baby girl (Savannah) is left on her doorstep. Katie has been yearning for a baby, and it the abandoned baby girl seems to be a godsend.

Dean Prescott is Katie’s ex, and the lead building contractor for the Morrison Hotels. He has been asked by his best friend, Mike (Katie’s brother) to watch over Katie while he is out of town. Dean knows that something is up with Katie, and he sets out to find out exactly what it is.

I chose to listen to book one first because of the whole ‘baby left on a doorstep’ thing, and blurb sounded good. The story moved along quickly, and there were a few misunderstandings, and a whole lot of fireworks between Dean and Katie. There is a little mystery as to who baby Savannah’s mother is, but I guessed who it was about half way through the book.

I enjoyed this book, and the friendships between Mike, Dean, Katie, and Monica. There was some steam in this book, and the chemistry between Katie and Dean was palpable. I love a story where everyone gets their happy ever after, and this one did. Even though there were a few moments where I thought, ‘tell him already!’ We weren’t kept in the dark too long.

I am not sure how many men in Texas are actually like Dean, but I am sure there are a few. The story was mostly believable, but the wonderful thing about fiction romance is that it can be larger than life.

I wasn’t to sure about the narrator, Amy McFadden, at first, but after listening to the first chapter she grew on me and I realized that she was a perfect choice for this story. She has the Texas drawl down pat.

I recommend this book to anyone looking for a touching, and fun romance read.

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Review & Giveaway: Doing It Over (Most Likely To, Book 1) by Catherine Bybee

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Doing It Over
(Most Likely To, Book 1)
by Catherine Bybee
334 pages
Montlake Romance
(Contemporary Romance)
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Voted Most Likely to Succeed, Melanie Bartlett ended up anything but. The down-on-her-luck single mom wants a complete do-over—is that too much to ask? With her family long gone from River Bend, strong, independent Mel is as surprised as anyone to end up in the quaint small town she once called home. But with her friends, Jo and Zoe, by her side, and a comfortable room at Miss Gina’s quirky bed-and-breakfast, she just might have turned the corner on a new life.Wyatt Gibson never liked the big city. River Bend suits the ruggedly handsome builder just fine. Wyatt knows he’s home, even if that means being charmed by the appearance of Melanie and her spunky, adorable daughter. Is Wyatt’s calm devotion—even amid a coming storm—enough to convince Mel she may have found a home to call her own, a family that never leaves, and a true love to last a lifetime?
 

 
 

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‘Doing It Over’ is the first of Catherine’s contemporary romances I have read.  I love her historicals, and decided to give this one a try.  I am so glad that I did.  I love, loved this book, and I can hardly wait for the next in the series.

Have you just wanted ‘a do over?‘ I know that I have a time or two.  That is what Melanie is hoping for when she returns home to River Bend, after being gone for ten years.  Melanie is a little embarrassed to be returning to River Bend as an unwed mother, no job, and a car that ‘died’ 25 miles before reaching town.  She knows that everyone expected more from her, and they all think that she was married to Hope’s father, Nathan. She wouldn’t change being a mother to Hope for anything in the world.  It’s her ex, Nathan, the dead beat dad that she could’ve done without.  Melanie is stronger than she realizes, and that is something she will come to realize the longer she stays in River Bend around her family and friends.

Melanie and her two best friends, Zoe and Jo were inseparable, and in high school Melanie was considered  ‘the most likely to succeed’  , while Zoe was considered the most likely to never leave River Bend, and Jo, the most likely to end up in jail. They all have grown up, and while they have talked over the years, they haven’t seen much of each other.

Wyatt Gibson is not from River Bend, but he has come to considered it his home. He is keeping out of trouble, and building his contracting business. He is confident, sexy, protects those he cares about, and down to earth. He is also just about the only contractor in River Bend, so he stays pretty busy, and has made some good friends along the way. He is not looking for a serious relationship. The truth is he could have his choice of women, he just chooses not to. He steers clear of women in River Bend, because he doesn’t want all of the drama in case something goes wrong (and it usually does). So when he does want female companionship he goes to the next county over. He wants a simple life in River Bend with his family and friends. When he meets Melanie for the first time, he is determined to have her.

I loved that Melanie and Wyatt’s relationship wasn’t a ‘cat & mouse’ game. They were honest about their attraction to each other, and that is refreshing in romance books these days. Mrs Bybee did a wonderful job! I enjoyed the secondary characters, Zoe, Joe, Luke, William ‘Wild Bill’ Gibson (Wyatt’s father), Miss Gina (I wish I had a Miss Gina), and Hope was an absolute delight. I despised, Hope’s father, Nathan. Mrs Bybee knows how to make you dislike the bad guy. Well I am not sure ‘bad’ is a strong enough word. He was a disgusting, pitiful excuse of a father and human being.

I felt a kinship to Melanie, and I believe that is why I liked her so much. Everyone needs friends like the ones Melanie has in River Bend. The characters were believable, the story was fun, and the plot kept me turning the pages to see what would happen next. I liked the town, and people so much that I felt like I was right there with them every step of the way. There are a few laugh out loud moments, and a few times I actually cried a bit (yes I did).

I am betting that the next book in The Most Likely To series will be Zoe and Luke’s. I suppose we will have to wait and see. I recommend this book to anyone that enjoys romance, likeable characters with depth, an H&H with real chemistry, and a story that isn’t only about the sex (while there is a scene or two), but about family and friends that takes care of each other, and new beginnings. I loved this book!
 

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New York Times & USA Today bestselling author Catherine Bybee was raised in Washington State, but after graduating high school, she moved to Southern California in hopes of becoming a movie star. After growing bored with waiting tables, she returned to school and became a registered nurse, spending most of her career in urban emergency rooms. She now writes full-time and has penned the Weekday Brides Series and the Not Quite Series. Bybee lives with her two teenage sons in Southern California.

 
 
 

 
 

Praise for Doing It Over

“The romance between fiercely independent Melanie and charming Wyatt heats up even as outsiders threaten to derail their newfound happiness. This novel will hook readers with its warm, inviting characters and the promise for similar future installments.” –Publishers Weekly

“This brand-new trilogy, Most Likely To, based on yearbook superlatives, kicks off with a novel that will encourage you to root for the incredibly likable Melanie. Her friends are hilarious and readers will swoon over Wyatt, who is charming and strong. Even Melanie’s daughter, Hope, is a hoot! This romance is jam-packed with animated characters, and Bybee displays her creative writing talent wonderfully.” –RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars

 
 

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