September was BIRTHDAY month so I celebrated with some rereads. As is my way.
Rules for a Proper Governess (Mackenzies & McBrides #7) – 4⭐, The Stolen Mackenzie Bride (Mackenzies & McBrides #8) – 4⭐, Alec Mackenzie’s Art of Seduction (Mackenzies & McBrides #9) – 4⭐, The Devilish Lord Will (Mackenzies & McBrides #10) – 4⭐by Jennifer Ashley
Trying to finish off this series and I really enjoyed these additions. Book 8, 9 and 10 were prequels to the first 7 books and I think I enjoyed them almost as much. Back to the 1800’s for 11 so decided to take a break before I read that.
This. Was. Epic.
Amazing writing and characters and I love learning about other cultures mythologies.
Reread number one of the month and this is one of my favourite KA’s. Has it all really!
New favourite series alert!
Amazing and put me in a very Sherlock Holmes and historical mood. I’ve purchased all the books available but don’t want to binge them as I feel like I’m going to really miss these once I’m finished.
Another reread and a direct result of reading A Study in Scarlet Women. David and Murdo are one of my all time favourite couples and I adore their story.
This was to round off my The Will reread from earlier in the year. The Time in Between is better than Soaring though. I think Amelia is too much of a doormat for me.
The Valley of Fear (Sherlock Holmes #7) by Arthur Conan Doyle – 5⭐
This was a reread for a future post I’m planning here. I’ve read all the Sherlock Holmes books and somehow this was the only one I didn’t review. I wanted to make sure I remembered it correctly. I kind of didn’t! 😀
Reread this one in preparation for book 2 (or book 1 I guess). I ADORE second chance romances and this is the ultimate second chance.
Another historical romance to satisfy my historical romance craving! I hadn’t read any Stacy Reid before and she has a nice big backlist so that makes me very happy!
Nala’s World: One Man, His Rescue Cat, and a Bike Ride around the Globe by Dean Nicholson, Garry Jenkins – 5⭐
I started following 1bike1world not long after Dean found Nala. I adore them both and this was such a feel good book. Highly recommend following them on Instagram as well. We all need feel good content on our feeds in my opinion.