I have some new reviews to share with you, from Heather at Rendezvous with a Romance.
The first one is for The Snow White Bride:
“I have looked forward to seeing Alexander find his true love, and I did hope that his two sisters that he meddled with in their love lives got a bit of vengeance, too. I have to say the way it all played out was interesting, entertaining, and enjoyable. It had the emotional tension I like in romances; the couple definitely had a lot to work through before they could be happy. The story Eleanor tells about her first husband and what he did to her horse was the most heartbreaking moment in the story, but it was also the moment the couple truly connected with no more doubts or fears. I enjoyed their story, it did have some slow moments, but overall I enjoyed their adventure and their love story.”
You can read it on her blog right here.
And here’s one for The Crusader’s Kiss:
“I think this one is my favorite of the series so far. Everything seems to have come together well for a great story; strong characters, complex conflict, highs and lows, strong dialogue, and great adventure. It lacked some of the weaknesses I found in the character development of book one, The Crusader’s Bride, and though I enjoyed book two, The Crusader’s Heart, this one just seemed to be a stronger well rounded story with the elements that make for a great romance. I enjoyed it a lot. I loved how strong Anna was, how noble and honorable Bartholomew was, how well they worked together, and their story was so enjoyable and entertaining. The villain was strong, the conflict was believable and was a good match for the two main characters. They really had to work together to overcome their obstacles. Definitely a very enjoyable story with all of the aspects I look for in a epic romance. So good!”
You can read it on Heather’s blog right here.
And finally, a review for The Mercenary’s Bride:
“A super short and cute story. It takes place at Inverfyre with one of the Hawk’s and Aileen’s children. The premise was good, conflict believable, and the plot was interesting. However, there was no passion. Three kisses and nothing else. If you have read the Rogues of Ravensmuir and the Jewels of Kinfairlie, then definitely read this because it goes along with both of those series. The story would have been better if it had been longer. The curse of the novella strikes again.”
You can read the whole review on Heather’s blog, right here.
Thank you, Heather!