Rosie’s Review Team #RBRT Irish #Romance That Summer At The Seahorse Hotel by @adrienneauthor

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Today’ team review is from Chris, she blogs here http://cphilippou123.wordpress.com

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Chris has been reading That Summer AT The Seahorse Hotel by Adrienne Vaughan

Intrigue, mystery, tension, and some romance all woven together in this tale of love, betrayal, and, errr more betrayal…

Mia is the daughter of a famous actress but has never known who her father is. So when her mother’s old friend Archie decides to leave Mia his estate, the mystery might finally be solved. But Mia has no idea what is coming her way emotionally, both bad and good, in her journey to discover the identity of her father and to heal wounds…

The plot was more twisty (in a good way) than anticipated, the writing tight, and the characters believable, although some of the secondary ones weren’t as well-rounded as could have been. But the pace fluctuated in a way that kept my attention, and…

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#Historical #Romance My Review of A Warriner To Seduce Her by @VirginiaHeath_ #TuesdayBookBlog

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A Warriner to Seduce Her (The Wild Warriners #4)A Warriner to Seduce Her by Virginia Heath

Four Point Five Stars

A Warriner To Seduce her is book #4 of the Wild Warriners historical romance series. It is set in London in the early 1800s.

Jake Warriner is a member of the king’s elite covert operatives, created to infiltrate organised smuggling rings. His latest assignment is to seduce the niece of Crispin Rowley, and gain information of Rowley’s business activities. With his reputation as a rake, this should be the perfect job. However, Jake is unprepared for Felicity, a school mistress who can see right through his public persona and who refuses to fall for his usual charms.

Felicity’s own investigations find evidence that the king’s men couldn’t, but will this come at too high a cost for the friendship which has been blossoming?

I’ve read all the books in this series and thoroughly enjoyed them, they can be…

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Clean #Romance My #Bookreview of Finding North by Audrey Wick @WickWrites @TulePublishing

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Finding True North (Texas Sisters Book 1)Finding True North by Audrey Wick

3 stars

Finding True North is an easy read romance set in Texas. It opens with Paige on the day of her uncontested divorce. Now she’s a single mum to two year old Nathan.

Caught in a power cut at the grocery store, Paige bumps into high-school friend Everett. He’s come back to Seguin to help care for his mother. Over the next couple of weeks Paige and Everett meet up, they enjoy each other’s company, but neither is being completely honest. In the end, any future relationship they might have together looks doomed when Paige reveals her lie. Will this be the end for them?

This is a light, clean romance with much of the storyline taken up with parenting, and single mother-hood issues. At times, I felt that too much minute detail was over-explained, which encouraged me to skip through sections. This…

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Rosie’s #BookReview Team #RBRT vintage #mystery A Clerical Error by J New @newwrites

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Today’s team review is from Barb, she blogs here http://barbtaub.com/

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Barb has been reading A Clerical Error by J New

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Protagonist Isobella (Ella) Bridges is a young widow whose husband died in somewhat mysterious circumstances. Two years after his death, she returns to the little village where her family spent happy holidays and purchases the Yellow Cottage after visiting with its owner—who, Ella later discovers, had already been dead for seven months when they spoke. Her cottage predecessor leaves the young widow several mysteries to solve, including a ghost cat. Ella is a perfect example of her class—posh, casually prejudiced, and so supremely assured of her place in the world that she is perfectly willing to ignore fashion and custom when it suits her while unconsciously adhering to their dictates in almost every aspect of her life.

Wikipedia defines a cozy mystery as “a subgenre of crime fiction in which…

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#Romantic #Suspense My Review of Inconclusive Evidence by @reily_garrett #TuesdayBookBlog

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Inconclusive Evidence (The McAllister Justice Series Book 3)Inconclusive Evidence by Reily Garrett

4 Stars

Inconclusive Evidence is a romantic suspense novel, book #3 of the McAllister Justice series.

It begins with an investigative reporter mailing incriminating evidence to a friend for safety. When Megan Chauner opens the package, she finds that it contains evidence of illegal nanotechnology experiments on humans. She realises that if she’s been sent this her friend is in danger, and she, too, might not be safe.

Megan decides to try and hide until she can assess the material and contact her friend, so she takes off to a rented cabin . However, she soon discovers that she’s not the only one who has rented this  temporary home.

Luc McAllister is on medical leave from the police force. The last thing he needs is a woman who is very handy with a dart gun, claiming his space. But when her dog kicks up a…

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