Autumn has well and truly reached us here in Canberra!
Grayson Manor Haunting by Cheryl Bradshaw is currently free.
Rachael Johns’ Man Drought is still on sale for $1.05.
Oh boy, this week went crazy as far as reading is concerned. Once I get myself into a mindset, I cannot step out of it, and I’ve been powering through books set in 19th century England like they’re going out of fashion! The problem with my obsessive attitude to genres is that I burn myself out fast. In about a week, I predict I’ll be onto another type of book entirely!
I reviewed Mary Hart Perry’s Seducing the Princess HERE.
I also read The Accidental Prince by Michelle Willingham. It was very much a fairy tale story (not set in England). I plan to review it tomorrow.
Other books on my radar this week include She Tempts the Duke by Lorraine Heath, which I am slowly working my way through when I have a spare few minutes. I also read Eileen Dreyer’s Never a Gentleman, but started to lose faith on page 27 when the ‘heroine’ punched the hero in the face for no good reason.
I bought myself a Kindle copy of The Tea Rose by Jennifer Donnelly, a book I picked up at random in India eight years ago and read on the plane home.
It’s a favourite of mine, so I thought I needed another copy!
I’m now starting on Hattie Wilkinson Meets her Match by Michelle Styles.