Blind Date Collection is another eclectic, entertaining addition to the popular Timeless Romance Anthology. With the romance novellas covering a variety of time periods from regency to modern, authors Annette Lyon, Sarah M. Eden, Heather B. Moore, Victorine E. Lieske, Rachel Branton, and Sariah Wilson introduce us to six women, six situations, and six unexpected circumstances to navigate love.
I loved how completely unique each story was and I enjoyed reading them all. I thought Blind Spot, the concluding novella quite entertaining. I didn’t know where it was headed at the beginning with the princess obsession but I was pleasantly surprised by the plot. A fun collection to read. Heather B. Moore gave me a complimentary copy of Blind Date Collection for my candid review.
Sarah M. Eden’s British Isles Collection from A Timeless Romance Anthology was fun and fast to read. Comprised of six historical romance novellas, award winning author Sarah M. Eden delights us with her characters, plots, and surprises that add joy to everyday life. Talented at writing short stories or novellas, Sarah M. Eden entertains once again with a variety of plots and circumstances. I especially enjoyed the novellas set in Scotland. My favorite novella was A Happy Beginning set in Stirlingshire, Scotland.
Sarah M. Eden most certainly has a talent for transporting her readers to the time and place of her tales. Heather B. Moore gave me a complimentary copy of British Isles Collection: A Timeless Romance Anthology by Sarah M. Eden for my candid review.
As the newest release in the Timeless Regency Collection, the novellas in a Summer House Party are a well written and entertaining of tales about expectations, love unrequited, and love found. Taking readers back to the Regency period in England, readers explore three very unique house parties from that time period.
An Engagement of Convenience by Regina Scott has an unexpected plot and an unlikely heroine. Kitty, an orphan living with relatives discovers an unlikely suitor in her attempts to chaperon younger cousins. A Perfect Match by Donna Hatch introduces us to a woman determined to help her best friend secure a match. While she did all she could, love has plans for her as well. The Paupers’ House Party by Sarah M. Eden is a somber parody on the traditional regency house party. With creativity and insightful characters, readers experience an unconventional house party that still includes love and hope.
Overall, Summer House Party was entertaining, fast-paced, and definitely worth reading. Heather B. Moore gave me a complimentary copy of Summer House Party: Timeless Regency Collection for my candid review.
Road Trip Collection was entertaining to read and I read it in short order. Six contemporary romances novellas share stories about road trips and romance. And that is where the similarities stop. Written by six award winning authors, the variety of characters, plots, and adventures are delightful and full of surprises. Everyone likes a well written story and these authors delivered again.
I enjoyed all the stories, but I loved Antiques Road Trip by Sarah M. Eden that put a creative twist on regency romance novels and reality TV shows. Road Trip Collection is a fun way to take and break and enjoy reading. Heather B. Moore gave me a complimentary copy of Road Trip Collection: A Timeless Romance Anthology for my candid review.
Mail Order Bride is the newest release in A Timeless Romance Anthology. Authors Stacy Henrie, Kristin Holt, Annette Lyon, Sarah M. Eden, Heather B. Moore, and Sian Ann Bessey have created a captivating and eclectic collection of six historical romance novellas to entertain us.
Focusing on the plight and often flight of mail order brides, these award-winning authors have written stories that both delight and bring to life a historical period where love sometimes comes second to finding a wife. Using creative plots and strong, authentic characters the authors show us a variety of compelling motives behind placing an advertisement for a mail order bride for the men, and for answering a mail order bride advertisement for the women.
While reading these genuine stories, I enjoyed learning about the mail order bride period in US history, and how people found happiness amid unknown outcomes and less than ideal circumstances. Heather B. Moore gave me a complimentary copy of Mail Order Bride for my candid review.