I’ve been working on book related things last week and that cut into my blogging time for this blog. I meant to do things for this blog but time got away from me so I’m hoping to get that situated for this week.
What I’m Currently Reading
Scandal can be handled…
Captain Maximus Harcourt, the unconventional tenth Duke of Alderidge, can deal with tropical storms, raging seas, and the fiercest of pirates. But he’s returned home from his latest voyage to find a naked earl—quite inconveniently deceased—tied to his missing sister’s bed. And he has only one place to turn. Now he’s at the mercy of the captivating Miss Ivory Moore of Chegarre & Associates, known throughout London for smoothing over the most dire of scandals.
Miss Moore treats the crisis as though it were no more serious than a cup of spilt tea on an expensive rug. As though this sort of thing happened on the job every day. Max has never in all his life met a woman with such nerve. Her dark eyes are too wide, her mouth is too full, her cheekbones too sharp. Yet together, she’s somehow…flawless. It’s just like his love for her, imperfect, unexpected—yet absolutely true.
I’m finally getting around to reading the book that Ames and I will be buddy-reviewing here on the blog. We wanted to step away from our normal contemporary romances so we chose a historical romance that neither of us has read. I’ve never read anything by Kelly Bowen but I’m looking forward to jumping into this one since the blurb has piqued my interest.
Has anyone read a Kelly Bowen book before? Has anyone read this book before?
What I Read
If There’s No Tomorrow by Jennifer L. Armentrout | 4 out of 5
Chasing Christmas Eve (Heartbreaker Bay #4) by Jill Shalvis | 4 out of 5
A Lot Like Love (FBI/US Attorney’s #2) by Julie James (re-read) | 4.5 out of 5
What I Reviewed
What I Posted
9/06: Books to Binge On: September 2017
9/07: Cover Reveal: Forget You, Ethan by Whitney G.
9/07: Monthly Reads: August 2017
9/08: What Are You Reading? (394)
9/09: WTF Cover Saturday (225)
9/10: Sunday Spotlight: The Final Score by Jaci Burton
What I Got
Nothing. At least I don’t remember getting anything.