Book Review: A Warriner to Rescue Her, by Virginia Heath.

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Release Date: 29th June 2017
Publisher: Mills and Boon
Twitter: @VirginiaHeath_ @millsandboon

I intended to read the second book in The Wild Warriners series while on our family cruise. However, I was simply too eager to find out more about the next Warriner brother to wait very long, so started it two days before we set sail. This meant that the first two days of the cruise, I spent a lot of time in the ship's library with my head firmly in James Warriner's story. Time well spent, I assure you. 

Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling. G.L.O.W.

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"From England, Beatrice and Penelope, The Bristols..."

We had a few odd names in our Wrestling careers, 'The Sisters of Virtue' anyone?? But once we found Hannah and Holly Blossom, we were quite content and happy. It was cute, flowery and represented us well. Beatrice and Penelope Bristol were definitely not who we were,  but we were being given an opportunity that seemed like a lot of fun, albeit way out of our comfort zone and a little odd to us, but fun non the less.

Book Review: Summer at Buttercup Beach by Holly Martin.

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Release Date: 30th June 2017
Publisher: Bookouture.
Twitter: @HollyMauthor

Holly Martin returns with yet another charming summer read. Summer at Buttercup Beach is perfect for those lazy sunny days in the garden, lounging on a deck chair by the pool or relaxing on the beach on holiday. 

Captive at Cragdale Hall by The Unlaced Book Club. Part One.

Once Upon a Time…

When the Blossom Twins asked the ladies from The Unlaced Book Club to write them a story, we jumped at the chance. Although all great friends, we had never worked collaboratively before. The nine of us, although all Harlequin Historical authors, have very different writing styles and write in different time periods, so we needed to find a way to make it work. We mulled plots, structure and characters but came up blank. In the end, we decided to write it as a tag team with each author picking up the thread where the other left off, none of us quite knowing where it was going. If we say so, we are rather pleased with the finished result.

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