Dangerous Women eARC Review

GoodReads:London, 1841.The Rajah sails for Australia. On board are 180 women convicted of petty crimes, sentenced to start a new life half way across the world. Daughters, sisters, mothers - they'll never see home or family again. Despised and damned, all they have now is each other. Until the murder. As the fearful hunt for a killer… Continue reading Dangerous Women eARC Review

Rebel Daughter eARC Review

GoodReads:Esther dreams of so much more than the marriage her parents have arranged to a prosperous silversmith. Always curious and eager to explore, she must accept the burden of being the dutiful daughter. Yet she is torn between her family responsibilities and her own desires; she longs for the handsome Joseph, even though he treats… Continue reading Rebel Daughter eARC Review

Mexican Gothic Review

          GoodReads:An isolated mansion. A chillingly charismatic aristocrat. And a brave socialite drawn to expose their treacherous secrets. . . .From the author of Gods of Jade and Shadow comes a novel set in glamorous 1950s Mexico. After receiving a frantic letter from her newlywed cousin begging for someone to save her… Continue reading Mexican Gothic Review

A Royal Christmas Quandary – Blog Tour

Blurb: Readers looking for a light, fun read full of holiday mischief will be delighted by Samantha Hastings’ A Royal Christmas Quandary, perfect for fans of A Christmas Prince.When you spend Christmas in a castle, anything is possible.1860. Lady Alexandrina Gailey is looking forward to a cozy holiday at Windsor Castle with her best friend, Princess Alice, and her long-time crush, Lord George Worthington. But Drina’s… Continue reading A Royal Christmas Quandary – Blog Tour

The Smuggler’s Daughter – Blog Tour

                                        GoodReads:Only she knows the truth. Only she can save them.1799Emily Moon lives with her mother in an inn on a clifftop in the darkest reaches of Cornwall. After her father mysteriously disappears, her mother finds… Continue reading The Smuggler’s Daughter – Blog Tour

Dark and Deepest Red Review

    GoodReads: Summer, 1518. A strange sickness sweeps through Strasbourg: women dance in the streets, some until they fall down dead. As rumors of witchcraft spread, suspicion turns toward Lavinia and her family, and Lavinia may have to do the unimaginable to save herself and everyone she loves. Five centuries later, a pair of… Continue reading Dark and Deepest Red Review

April Rewind

      DNF Though I like the premise, I had a hard time getting into the world-building, but! Neelam has recommended the audiobook, so, I'll try that, meanwhile, I'm sending this one off to a new home to someone else who wants it! I'm rating it 3 stars, and will change the rating with… Continue reading April Rewind

Hamnet – Blog Tour

  GoodReads: Drawing on Maggie O'Farrell's long-term fascination with the little-known story behind Shakespeare's most enigmatic play, HAMNET is a luminous portrait of a marriage, at its heart the loss of a beloved child. Warwickshire in the 1580s. Agnes is a woman as feared as she is sought after for her unusual gifts. She settles… Continue reading Hamnet – Blog Tour

The Philosopher’s Daughters – Blog Tour

    London in 1891: Harriet Cameron is a talented young artist whose mother died when she was barely five. She and her beloved sister Sarah were brought up by their father, radical thinker James Cameron. After adventurer Henry Vincent arrives on the scene, the sisters' lives are changed forever. Sarah, the beauty of the… Continue reading The Philosopher’s Daughters – Blog Tour

The Ninth Child eARC Review

    GoodReads: A spellbinding novel of a young doctor's wife, Isabel Aird, struggling to make her childless life meaningful, unaware that the sinister Robert Kirke is watching her every move, by the Sunday Times bestselling author Sally Magnusson. Loch Katrine waterworks, 1856. A Highland wilderness fast becoming an industrial wasteland. No place for a lady. But… Continue reading The Ninth Child eARC Review