A Review On Into the Burning Dawn by Natalie Meg Evans

Imogen Fitzgerald, raised in an English orphan works for the Count di Trosini, Giancarlo, as his kids, Eloisa and Marco’s “nanny” or teacher figure. But along the way, World War II tears through Italy and the di Trosini household. And, to add to the chaos of war, Giancarlo’s half-brother, Fabrizio, stirs Imogen’s life and twists and turns it for better or for worst.

Into the Burning Dawn shows the struggles of war, family, and love amidst a World War and the lines between enemies and friends. We are taken through years of Imogen’s life with the di Trosini’s and the struggles and hardships that she faces with the family and how she comes to show her true self.

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A Review On Much Ado About You by Samantha Young

When 33 year old Evangeline “Evie” Starling escapes to a small town of Northumberland in England to temporarily run the bookstore: Much Ado About Books. Away from her busy Chicago life, she hopes to find herself as she immerses herself around books and the life of the small town gossip and friendship and family.

When Evie meets the charming and hot Roane Robson, there is something about him that she can’t stay away from. As Evie lives her life in the Northumberland, she finds the truth about herself and her life that means so much more.

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A Review On Capturing the Earl by A.S. Fenichel

Lady Mercedes “Mercy” Heath has since put the notion that she would either die a spinster or marry a man she would never love. But, when she meets Wesley Renshaw, a man who is interested in marrying one of her friends, why is that she can’t stop thinking about him, or that he can’t stop thinking about her? The premise of Capturing the Earl leaves one absolutely in love, especially when you find that the romance between Mercy and Wesley are simply made for each other, you just can’t help but love their romance. Read More