Saturday, September 24, 2022

Millstone of Doubt by Erica Vetsch #BlogTour #BookReview #Regency #Suspense #MillstoneofDoubt


 

Millstone of Doubt (Thorndike & Swann Regency Mysteries #2)Millstone of Doubt by Erica Vetsch
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Source:  Received to Review
Genre: Regency Suspense and Mystery

Book DescriptionA Bow Street Runner and a debutante in London Society use their skills to find the killer of a wealthy businessman, but the killer’s secrets aren’t the only ones they will uncover. 

Caught in the explosion of the Hammersmith Mill in London, Bow Street runner Daniel Swann rushes to help any survivors only to find the mill's owner dead of an apparent gunshot--but no sign of the killer.


Even though the owner's daughter, Agatha Montgomery, mourns his death, she may be the only one. It seems there are more than a few people with motive for murder. But Daniel can't take this investigation slow and steady. Instead, he must dig through all the suspects as quickly as he can because the clock is ticking until his mysterious patronage--and his job as a runner--comes to an abrupt and painful end. It seems to Daniel that, like his earthly father, his heavenly Father has abandoned him.
Lady Juliette Thorndike is Agatha's bosom friend and has the inside knowledge of the wealthy London ton to be invaluable to Daniel. She should be in a perfect position to help with the case. But when her trusted instructor in the art of spy craft orders her to stay out of the investigation, Lady Juliette obeys. That is, until circumstances intervene, and she drops right into the middle of the deadly pursuit.


When a dreadful accident ends in another death on the mill floor, Daniel discovers a connection to his murder case--and to his own secret past. Now he and Juliette are in a race to find the killer before his time runs out.


My thoughts: Erica Vetsch is a "new to me" author. Millstone of Doubt is the first book that I have read of hers and it won't be the last. I look forward to reading the first book in the series The Debutante's Code. I could understand and keep up without reading the first, but I could tell I was missing important information and character development.

Lady Juliette Thorndike was born into a family of spies for the crown. Her uncle is her mentor and superior in the art of deception. Juliette is pulled into a case when her dearest friend's father is murdered. Her sidekick and love interest, Daniel Swann, is trying to unravel the clues and find the murderer. There are many suspects and I loved traveling with the characters, trying to figure out who the villain was. The suspects range from Luddites, and con artists, up to members of the aristocracy. The story is non-stop action from the first to the last page.

This story "keeps you on your toes" and turning pages. I am very grateful for the opportunity to read this book.

Source: I received a complimentary copy. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.

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About the Author: Erica Vetsch is a New York Times best-selling author and ACFW Carol Award winner and has been a Romantic Times top pick for her previous books. She loves Jesus, history, romance, and watching sports. This transplanted Kansan now makes her home in Rochester, Minnesota.

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Tuesday, September 13, 2022

Sinister Secrets ~ A Suspense Collection #BlogTour #BookReview #Giveaway #Suspense


 

Sinister Secrets: Three Suspense NovellasSinister Secrets: Three Suspense Novellas by Traci Hunter Abramson
My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars
Genre: Suspense Anthology
Source:  I purchased a kindle copy.

Book Description:  Prepare for heart-pounding danger in Sinister Secrets, featuring short stories of suspense from three of your favorite writers: Traci Hunter Abramson, Paige Edwards, and Clair M. Poulson. With all the thrills and chills you’ve come to expect from these best-selling authors, this must-have compilation will keep you at the edge of your seat until the very last page.

Traci Hunter Abramson: Secrets of St. Augustine

FBI Special Agent Doug Valdez is in France looking for money launderers. The last thing he expects is to find a young girl fleeing for her life or the deadly game of cat and mouse that ensues.

Paige Edwards: In Plain Sight

Jaclyn Girard was in the wrong place at the wrong time, and now she’s caught in the middle of a deadly investigation. With danger mounting, she must work alongside FBI operative Cody Ackert if she hopes to survive.

Clair M. Poulson: Hounded

Recently retired Army Ranger Renn Huitt has found the perfect job. Working for Bob, a private investigator nearing retirement, should be easy. But Bob has put a lot of people behind bars—people who hold a grudge. And now they are coming for him




My thoughts: I am a huge fan of suspense and this collection of novellas did not disappoint.

Secrets of St. Augustine by Traci Hunter Abramson ~*5 stars*

Greedy private school administrators wreak havoc when they decide to take money from helpless children. I loved FBI agent Doug Valdez and his family. Their compassion, love, and willingness to provide shelter and protection to Layla made them my heroes as her world fell apart. The book was action from the start of the story until the very end.

Hounded by Clair M Poulsen ~ *4 stars*

Renn was former military and has entered the PI business. He is excited to begin his new job working with Bob Lyman. His first day on the job was probably more intense than he had hoped. Between shots fired through the windows of the office, searching out homeless people, and some very bad dudes, his work is cut out for him. He works well with others and is hot on the trail of the villains. There is a ton of action happening in this story.

In Plain Sight by Paige Edwards ~ *5 stars*

Jaclyn works four jobs. She happens to find herself in trouble on her way to work when she becomes a witness to a drug deal. Fortunately for her, undercover agent Cody Ackert is quick thinking and tries to shield her from danger. The situation gets out of control and agent Ackert is racing against the clock to keep her from harm. I loved the romantic tension and the action that is from the first to the last page.

If you are a suspense lover, this collection is a great way to pass the time. I could see the drama playing out in my head! Paige Edwards and Traci Abramson are two of my favorite authors of this genre. You can't go wrong when they are penning the pages.




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Traci Hunter Abramson was born in Arizona, where she lived until moving to Venezuela for a study-abroad program. After graduating from Brigham Young University, she worked for the Central Intelligence Agency for several years, eventually resigning in order to raise her family. She credits the CIA with giving her a wealth of ideas as well as the skills needed to survive her children's teenage years. She is a seven-time Whitney Award winner and has written more than thirty bestselling novels. For more information about Traci, click here: https://linktr.ee/traciabramson





Clair M. Poulson was born and raised in Duchesne, Utah. His father was a rancher and farmer, his mother a librarian. Clair has always been an avid reader, having found his love for books as a very young boy.

He has served for forty years in the criminal justice system. Twenty years were spent in law enforcement, ending his police career with eight years as the Duchesne County Sheriff. For the past twenty years Clair has worked as a justice court judge for Duchesne County. Clair is also a veteran of the US Army where he was a military policeman. He has served on various boards and councils during his professional career, including the Justice Court Board of Judges, Utah Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice, Utah Judicial Council, Utah Peace Officer Standards and Training Council, an FBI advisory board and others.

In addition to his criminal justice work, Clair has farmed and ranched all of his life. He has raised many kinds of animals, but his greatest interest is horses.

Clair has served in many capacities in the LDS church, including fulltime missionary (California Mission) bishop, counselor to bishop, young men president, high councilor, stake mission president, scoutmaster, High Priest group leader, etc. He currently serves as a Sunday School teacher.

Clair is married to Ruth, and together, they have five children, all of whom are married: Alan (Vicena) Poulson, Kelly Ann (Wade) Hatch, Amanda (Ben) Semadeni, Wade (Brooke) Poulson, and Mary (Tyler) Hicken. Between them they have twenty-three children. Clair and Ruth met while both were students at Snow College and were married in the Manti temple.

Clair has always loved telling his children, and later his grandchildren, make-up stories. His vast experience in life and his love of literature has always contributed to both his telling stories to children and his writing of adventure and suspense novels.



Paige Edwards has received a Readers' Favorite Book Award, and is a Forward INDIES, Carol, Silver Falcion, RONE, Swoony, and Whitney Awards Finalist of inspirational romantic suspense. Due to her deep British roots, Paige’s books are often set in the UK, and she hops the pond whenever she gets the chance. She is styled the Lady Paige Edwards when in Scotland, but her favorite title is Grandma. When she needs a break from writing, she serves as president of her area's Interfaith Community Council, is fond of digging in the dirt (what some might call gardening), biking battlefields, and kayaking the lake. Paige loves to connect with readers through her website authorpaigeedwards.com. Be sure to follow her on BookBub for the latest on sales:). [https://tinyurl.com/5n7euw68]

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Wednesday, September 7, 2022

Critical Consequences by Clair M. Poulsen #bookreview #suspense

 


Critical ConsequencesCritical Consequences by Clair M. Poulson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Source: Received to Review
Genre: LDS Suspense

Book DescriptionA Suspense NOVEL

As a member of the coast guard, Mike Weaver is guided by a single objective: to locate and protect those in need. So when his cousin Martie and her new husband disappear, Mike has no doubt that he possesses the skills necessary to find out what happened. What he doesn’t anticipate is that the truth he seeks is buried deep within a tangled network of greed and deceit.


When Mike’s past violently collides with his investigation, he is forced to accept help from virtual strangers—Angelia and her family anticipated a quiet family picnic in the mountains, but when they encounter a wounded Mike, Angelia and her father, with his military background, spring into action. When they discover that Mike’s search for his cousin has a surprising connection to their family, they join his dangerous hunt for answers. Search and rescue is in Mike’s blood, and with the help of his unconventional team of investigators, he’ll stop at nothing to bring his cousin home safely.


My thoughts:  An accidental death and unrelated murders start this book off with a bang. This book has three plot lines in which Mike Weaver finds himself entangled. There is so much going on, but somehow it works. The stories transitioned well and I was able to keep everything straight.

Mike Weaver is a good guy, but there are people set on murdering him. He knows too much about their illegal activities. The reader gets to take a road trip with him as he travels across the country unraveling the web of deceit and lies. He also has a few murders to get to the bottom of.

The story is action-packed from the beginning to the end. Clair M. Poulson does a fantastic job at bringing everything to a great conclusion. I only wish that there was a little bit more on the potential love interests. Maybe he can bring back the characters in another story so the romance has closure.

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About the Author: Clair M. Poulson was born and raised in Duchesne, Utah. His father was a rancher and farmer, his mother a librarian. Clair has always been an avid reader, having found his love for books as a very young boy.

He has served for forty years in the criminal justice system. Twenty years were spent in law enforcement, ending his police career with eight years as the Duchesne County Sheriff. For the past twenty years Clair has worked as a justice court judge for Duchesne County. Clair is also a veteran of the US Army where he was a military policeman. He has served on various boards and councils during his professional career, including the Justice Court Board of Judges, Utah Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice, Utah Judicial Council, Utah Peace Officer Standards and Training Council, an FBI advisory board and others.

In addition to his criminal justice work, Clair has farmed and ranched all of his life. He has raised many kinds of animals, but his greatest interest is horses.

Clair has served in many capacities in the LDS church, including fulltime missionary (California Mission) bishop, counselor to bishop, young men president, high councilor, stake mission president, scoutmaster, High Priest group leader, etc. He currently serves as a Sunday School teacher.

Clair is married to Ruth, and together, they have five children, all of whom are married: Alan (Vicena) Poulson, Kelly Ann (Wade) Hatch, Amanda (Ben) Semadeni, Wade (Brooke) Poulson, and Mary (Tyler) Hicken. Between them they have twenty-three children. Clair and Ruth met while both were students at Snow College and were married in the Manti temple.

Clair has always loved telling his children, and later his grandchildren, make-up stories. His vast experience in life and his love of literature has always contributed to both his telling stories to children and his writing of adventure and suspense novels.

Monday, September 5, 2022

One Thursday Afternoon by Barbara DiLorenzo #bookreiview #childrenspicturebook #lockdowndrill




One Thursday AfternoonOne Thursday Afternoon by Barbara DiLorenzo
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Source: Received to Review
Genre: Children's picture book

Book Description:  When Granddad picks Ava up from school one Thursday afternoon, she's quiet. She doesn't want to talk about the lockdown drill that has stirred up her worries. How can she be so afraid in a place that has always felt so safe?

Granddad doesn't talk much either; he just offers creativity and companionship. And with his gentle encouragement, Ava begins to sense that although the world can be scary, it is still a beautiful place.

With tender insight, One Thursday Afternoon sheds light on how an unpredictable world can make a child feel, reminding us that big fears can become smaller when we take time together to look, listen, and create. An author's note about the story's real-life inspiration and recommendations for how adults can help children overcome fear is included.


My thoughts: I love the concept of "One Thursday Afternoon". Ava was frightened after a school lockdown drill. Her grandpa picked her up from school and patiently waited until she was ready to talk about it.

I work in an elementary school. The day after I finished this book there was an email thread about students who were concerned about an active shooter in the school. We will also have our first lockdown drill tomorrow.

I believe this book can be a valuable resource for students, parents, educators, and counselors.

Source:. I received a complimentary copy via Netgalley. The opinions expressed are my own.




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About the Author:  Barbara DiLorenzo’s first picture book was Renato and the Lion, which received a starred review from Booklist and was named a Bank Street Best Book of the Year, a Junior Library Guild selection, and a CBC Notable Social Studies Trade Book for Young People. She is also the author and illustrator of Quincy: The Chameleon Who Couldn’t Blend In, a finalist for the Crystal Kite Award. Her forthcoming book, One Thursday Afternoon, will be released by Flyaway Books in September 2022 and was inspired by her own experience during an active lockdown at an elementary school. A graduate of Rhode Island School of Design, she has taught at the Arts Council of Princeton, the Michener Art Museum, and the New York Institute of Art + Design. She lives with her family in central New Jersey and is represented by Rachel Orr of the Prospect Agency.
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Tuesday, August 30, 2022

The Lady's Guide to Death and Deception by Katherine Cowley #blogtour #regency #TheLadysGuidetoDeathandDeception #Austenesque


 What is a spy willing to do when her heart and her country are at risk?

For British spy Miss Mary Bennet, life changes once again when Napoleon Bonaparte escapes from the Isle of Elba. Mary quickly departs England for Brussels, the city where the Allied forces prepare for war against the French. But shortly after her arrival, one of the Duke of Wellington's best officers is murdered, an event that threatens to break the delicate alliance between the Allies.

Investigating the murder forces Mary into precarious levels of espionage, role-playing, and deception with her new partner, Mr. Withrow-the nephew and heir of her prominent sponsor, and the spy with whom she's often at odds. Together, they court danger and discovery as they play dual roles in gathering intelligence for the British. But soon Mary realizes that her growing feelings toward Mr. Withrow put her heart in as much danger as her life. And then there's another murder.

Mary will need to unmask the murderer before more people are killed, but can she do so and remain hidden in the background?


The Lady's Guide to Death and Deception by Katherine Cowley
Rating: 4 of 5 stars
Genre: Regency Romance/Mystery
Source: Received to Review

My thoughts: Katherine Cowley is a new-to-me author. I am grateful that I have the opportunity to participate in this blog tour because she is now on my radar and I look forward to reading more of her work.

Mary Bennet is a naive spy. She has closely held morals, which I happen to admire, that are not always the best ways to gather information. There is a scene where she learns that kissing is an acceptable way to learn things. She doesn't believe it, but she puts it to the test. She picks the spy that a kiss would leave the least impact and kisses him. It backfires. Now she knows what desire feels like. Seriously, I don't think I could get the grin off of my face for a while. Later in the story, she has the opportunity to try it again with someone else and learns that not all kisses are created equal. Having the right partner makes a big difference. She also learns that jealousy is not a fun thing to live through.

The mystery that she and Mr. Withrow are trying to uncover is who killed one of Wellington's officers. The investigation puts the morals of Mary to the test when she puts on a pair of trousers and plays the part of a gentleman. Katherine Cowley definitely has a sense of humor.

The Lady's Guide to Death and Deception takes the reader on an adventure of romance, mystery, and the art of spying. I'm glad that I gave this book a try. It was well worth my time and invigorated my imagination.



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About the AuthorKatherine Cowley read Pride and Prejudice for the first time when she was ten years old, which started a lifelong obsession with Jane Austen. Her debut novel, The Secret Life of Miss Mary Bennet, was nominated for the Mary Higgins Clark Award. Her Mary Bennet spy series continues with the novels The True Confessions of a London Spy and The Lady’s Guide to Death and Deception. Katherine loves history, chocolate, traveling, and playing the piano, and she has taught writing classes at Western Michigan University. She lives in Kalamazoo, Michigan with her husband and three daughters.

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ADVANCE PRAISE

“Cowley manages to turn a little-liked, ignored, and stilted girl into one of my favorites of Austen's characters...This third novel of the series is her best. I laughed and I cried and cheered for Mary to succeed in her endeavors and hopefully find love at last.”— Carol Pratt Bradley, author of The Light of the Candle

“5 STARS. Just a delight!”— Wren, The Zebra Reader

“I really enjoyed this book. It is a great addition to the series. I loved that Mary is finding love in a logical way that fits her character…Highly recommend.”— Mariana, Goodreads

“I absolutely love Katherine Cowley's Mary Bennet series, and I think [The Lady’s Guide to Death and Deception] may be the best book in the series.”— Madison, Goodreads




Saturday, August 27, 2022

A Tenuous Betrothal by Jen Geigle Johnson #blogtour #giveaway #regencyromance

 


A Tenuous BetrothalA Tenuous Betrothal by Jen Geigle Johnson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Source:  I received a review copy and purchased a copy. :)
Genre: Regency Romance

Book Description: Rhianna Davies is well-acquainted with heartache after the painful loss of her parents. At the arrival of her ghastly uncle, she is brought even lower: Rhi has been banished from her family’s estate home and must rely on the kindness of her tightly knit Welsh miners for help. Without the protective love of her parents, Rhi has no illusions that hers will be a happy ending—until an addendum to her father’s will arrives in the hands of a prince.

Marc Wilhelm, Prince of Oldenburg, is in Wales with one purpose: to claim his betrothed. A long-ago promise between their fathers forges an indelible link between Rhi and Marc, but there remains just one problem: neither wants to marry a stranger. With no remaining ties to Wales, Rhi agrees to accompany Marc to Oldenburg, where he will forfeit their betrothal so she may have her pick of husbands. But their journey takes them down unexpected paths, from the depths of a Welsh mine to the marriage mart of London to a warm reception in Oldenburg. Rhi and Marc discover that their connection and their challenges run deeper than either anticipated, but whether from their own hesitations or from danger that threatens without, the couple might be thwarted before they can even begin the happily ever after they so richly deserve.
 

My thoughtsA Tenuous Betrothal has been on my radar for a while now. When I read the synopsis I knew it was a book that I wanted to read.

The story begins in Wales, where Rhianna Davies is doing all she can to take care of the miners. Her father recently passed and the estate went to her Uncle. He is all about the bottom line and doesn't care what happens to the miners. My Great-Great Grandfather was a coal miner in Wales. That part of the story appealed to me. I greatly love the people who labored in horrible circumstances to provide for their families.

The second was the Princes of Oldenburg. I don't know if I need to say more. I could read about them all day!

I loved the pairing of Rhi and Marc. They stated under strained circumstances. Their fathers have determined that they are to marry. This was unwelcome news to both of them. Rhi would have been content to spend her days in a hunting cabin and fight for servants and miners. She is a very tough young woman. She has a sense of purpose and a very keen mind. She is also very loyal.

The story started off stormy, but man, there were sparks. The dynamic between the two was "swoon-worthy". When they were together I think I had a perma-grin.

Let's add in some political intrigue, a kidnapping, and banter! It was a wonderful book to read.

Source: I received a complimentary copy of the book. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.

P.S. - I also purchased a kindle copy. I may want to re-read it at some future point in time.





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About the Author:  An award winning author, including the GOLD in Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Awards and LDSPMA Praiseworthy's top award for Romance, Jen Geigle Johnson has more stories circulating in her brain than can possibly be told. She discovered her passion for England while kayaking on the Thames near London as a young teenager. HIstory is her main jam. Her literary heroes include the greats: Jane Austen and Charles Dickens. But she has modern sensibilities as well. Six children and an inspiring husband keep her going and make certain she doesn't stay glued to a keyboard or lost in obscure fascinating details of old castles. She once greeted an ancient turtle under the water by grabbing her fin. She waterskis like a boss and hits the powder, falling down steep moguls with grace. During a study break date in college, she sat on top of a jeep's roll bars up in the mountains and fell in love with the man who would become her everything.


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Monday, July 25, 2022

All That it Takes by Nicole Dees

 

All That It TakesAll That It Takes by Nicole Deese
My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars
Source:  Received to Review
Genre: Christian Romance

Book DescriptionWhen the ever-cautious Val Locklier finally agrees to a cross-country move with her nine-year-old son to take a job with her best friend, Molly, everything she had planned for the future unravels within the first week. After pushing aside her anxieties about renting an apartment from Molly's twin brother, whom she barely knows, she accepts an invitation for an elite filmmaker's mentorship. Caught between her insecurities and new possibilities, she feels completely unprepared for the challenges ahead.

Pastor Miles McKenzie returns home from abroad to discover that not only does he have an intriguing new tenant living upstairs, he's been banished to a ministry on life support. Disillusioned and restless, he pursues a relationship with Val without stopping to consider the timing or asking God to direct his steps.

As Val struggles to stop hiding behind the camera and Miles wrestles with shattered expectations, they'll find that authentic love and sacrifice must go hand in hand.
 



My thoughts:  All That It Takes is the first book I have read by Nicole Dees. I have to ask myself, why? I am grateful that I found her books and it looks like I have a lot of catching up to do.

This book is about the relationship between Val and Miles. They have a person who connects them, Molly is Val's best friend and Miles's twin sister. They have met before at Molly's wedding. There was attraction, but neither acted upon it.

Val just moved from Alaska to Washington with her nine-year-old son, Tucker. The move was not as smooth as she wanted, the place she had lined up to live fell through. Molly has a bright idea! Let's move Val into the rental above Miles's home as a tenant. Personally, I think it was brilliant.

I liked Miles and his backstory, but it is Val's story that I loved. She has had a difficult life. She was in a skiing accident as a child that continues to cause her pain and problems. She also had a son as a single mother. The love that she has to give is phenomenal. There were times that I wanted to cry with her as she talked about her trials. One blessing she has is her son, he's a really good kid.

Miles lost his outreach ministry and is struggling with her new assignment. He wants to be in Mexico rather than leading the people in his hometown. Both Val and Miles are broken people who become a dynamic duo when they are together. They encourage and bring out the best in the other.

This story resonated with me on so many levels. It is beautifully written and shares a powerful message about God's love and the power of serving others.

I have already added Molly's story All That Really Matters to my list.

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About the Author Nicole Deese's sixteen humorous, heartfelt, and hope-filled novels include the 2017 Carol Award-winning A Season to Love. Her 2018 release, A New Shade of Summer, was a finalist in the RITA Awards, Carol Awards, and INSPY Awards. When she's not working on her next contemporary romance, she can usually be found reading one by a window overlooking the inspiring beauty of the Inland Northwest. She lives in small-town Idaho with her happily-ever-after hubby, two rambunctious sons, and princess daughter with the heart of a warrior.
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Thursday, July 14, 2022

Book Spotlight ~ For the Love of the Bard by Jessica Martin

 


To go for it or not to go for it? That is the question when two former high school flames return to their Shakespeare-obsessed hometown for a summer of theater and unexpected romance, in a laugh-out-loud rom-com from debut author Jessica Martin.

Literary agent and writer Miranda Barnes rolls into her hometown of Bard's Rest with one goal in mind: to spend the summer finally finishing her YA novel, the next installment in her bestselling fantasy series. Yet Miranda's mother, deep in the planning stages for the centennial of the town's beloved annual Shakespeare festival, has other ideas.

Before you can say "all's fair in love and war," Miranda is cornered into directing Twelfth Night--while simultaneously scrambling to finish her book, navigating a family health scare, and doing her best to avoid the guy who broke her heart on prom night.

When it comes to Adam, the veterinarian with a talent for set design and an infuriating knack for winning over Miranda's dog, the lady doth protest too much. As any Shakespeare lovers knows, the course of true love never did run smooth, and soon Miranda realizes she'll have to decide whether to trust Adam with her heart again.
 




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