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Regency Love: Reflections of a Young Lady by TL Clark – Review by Angela Tarrant

Regency Love: Reflections of a Young LadyRegency Love: Reflections of a Young Lady by T.L. Clark
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is a wonderful portrayal of love in the Regency period. Thoroughly researched, the author takes strides to make this story as authentic as possible and she does not disappoint! The book reads just like a Jane Austen novel. The historical introduction is insightful and sets the mood of the story. Anne is a character the reader cannot help but fall in love with. Her longing for love and companionship conflicts with her sense of duty. I’m a sucker for Regency romances and this one is a must read for romance fans!

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Tails Always Wins (Chasing Tails Book 1) by C.A. King – Review by Angela Tarrant

Tails Always WinsTails Always Wins by C.A. King
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the first book in a paranormal romance series about shifters who are fighting for equality. Shifters are shunned and stripped of their rights because the humans believe they are too dangerous. The chemistry between Brodie and Tails leaves the reader cheering for the 2 of them to the very end. I feel drawn to Tails not just by her unique abilities but also her courage in the face of danger. The author keeps us waiting in suspense for the second book by adding a bonus chapter at the end. Did I mention how beautiful the cover is?

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Happily Ever After – Brothers of Camelot Style by Necie Navone – Review by Angela Tarrant

Happily Ever After - Brothers of Camelot StyleHappily Ever After – Brothers of Camelot Style by Necie Navone
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Happily Ever After continues the love story of Isabella and Drake as they move to the next step in their relationship – marriage. This is the third book in the Brothers of Camelot series and the first book I’ve read from the series. I would recommend reading Book 1: The Only One – however the reader can quickly catch up with what is going on fairly well without needing to read the other books. The one word to describe this book would be heartwarming. I enjoyed the close connection between the families and love they share to those they care about.

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