Showing posts from September, 2020

Chance of a Lifetime - BLOG Tour

Chance of a Lifetime by Jude Deveraux and Tara Sheets is an amazing book. I’m so happy to be a part of the blog tour for this great book. It was released this week on 15 September. You will want to read this one now and again when the next book in the series is released! Thank you to the publisher for an advanced copy of this book in exchange for my honest feedback and review.   BOOK SUMMARY :  Courtesy of the Publisher In one century she loved him madly, and in another she wants nothing to do with him In 1844 Ireland, Liam O’Connor, a rogue and a thief, fell madly in love with a squire’s daughter and unwittingly altered the future. Shy and naive Cora McLeod thought Liam was the answer to her prayers. But the angels disagreed and they’ve been waiting for the right moment in time to step in. Now Liam finds himself reunited with his beloved Cora in Providence Falls, North Carolina. The angels have given Liam a task. He must make sure Cora falls in love with another man—the one

The Orphan of Cemetery Hill by Hester Fox - BLOG Tour

  The Orphan of Cemetery Hill  is an intriguing book. When I was asked to participate in the blog tour I was not sure about this book as it is not in the genres I would normally read. I was intrigued by the cover and time frame as the book is set in 1844. I'm so glad I picked up the book and thank the publisher, Graydon House Books for opening my eyes to this book. The story is about a young girl, Tabby, who can speak to the dead. Her parents died and she and her sister, Alice, were living with their aunt, who only wanted to use Tabby's talents for her monetary gain. Alice and Tabby ran away from their aunt and get separated. Tabby's taken in by a cemetery caretaker but she wants to keep her talent a secret. Things get interesting when bodies are found missing from graves. Who is taking them and why? Can Tabby help solve the mystery? As I said, the book being set in 1844, intrigued me. It was interesting to read about that time but using modern language. Many books set duri