Free For All Friday Bargains, Freebies & Reviews



Check Out My Reviews Today!

They are part of these Blog & Review Tours:

How To Fall For The Wrong Man 

by Harmony Williams

The Gambler Wagers Her Baron

by Christina McKnight

Tempted by the Viscount

by Sofie Darling

PLUS Giveaways Galore!

Want to try a fun beachy romance? 


Summer Sizzle is free today!

Check out this new contemporary release! 

Summer Sizzle


Accidental Kisses, Book #2

by Tammy Andresen

File Size: 3030 KB

Print Length: 139 pages

Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited

Publication Date: June 25, 2018

Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC

Language: English


Digital List Price: $2.99

FREE Today Only at:



Publisher’s Description:

What happens when Mr. Popular accidentally gives the artsy nerd her first kiss? Complete. Mayhem.

Millie: As a self-proclaimed art geek and an introvert to the nth degree, catching the eye of a guy like Alex didn’t even factor into my wildest dreams. I was a dreamer, not an idiot. But then the impossible happened–Mr. Popular kissed me. He. Kissed. Me. But it doesn’t mean anything. I’ve learned that lesson the hard way.
Alex: Summer flings are nothing but heartbreak. They might start off hot but they’ll burn you in the end. That’s why I know I need to keep my distance from Millie, even though I can’t seem to take my eyes off of her. That plan was all fine and good until I kissed her during an insane fit of jealousy. Now that I’ve had a taste, I can’t walk away, but I can’t make any promises either. I mean, I can’t take a chance on another summer romance…

can I?

Starting Over


A Sweet Mail Order Bride Story

God Bless the Children Book 1

by Annie Boone

File Size: 3505 KB

Print Length: 161 pages

Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited

Publication Date: January 23, 2017

Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC

Language: English


Digital List Price: $1.99

FREE For a Limited Time at:


Publisher’s Description:

Josie had lost so much. Almost more than she could bear. Little Rose, her niece, brightened her days but the child’s presence in her life also marked some of the loss. She knew they needed a fresh start. But what about her father? The shell of a man who almost never spent any time with them because he was always working would be alone if she left him behind. She didn’t have the heart for that.

Harrison Tanner wasn’t the typical Montana ranch owner. He wasn’t insensitive or callous. In fact, he longed for a wife and a houseful of children. He wanted companionship and he wanted love. He wasn’t too macho to admit any of that. He was truly a nice man. He was eager to meet Josie and Rose and accepting of her father, Ross, when it was determined that he and Josie would marry.

From the beginning, Josie and Harrison seemed like a perfect match. As individuals, they were happier than they’d ever been. It all seemed too good to be true to Josie. And for Harrison, too. 

How could everything go so bad so quickly? Harrison was tolerating more than his share of growing pains and Josie felt very guilty. Was there a way to make this blended family work? Or would Josie be forced to take her niece and her father and go back to New York?

Honoria and The Family Obligation


by Alicia Cameron

File Size: 2192 KB

Print Length: 356 pages

Publication Date: May 2, 2017

Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC

Language: English


Digital List Price: $2.99

FREE For a Limited Time at:


Publisher’s Description:

Take two beautiful sisters and three eligible suitors – add mistaken identity and you have a sparkling romance.

Honoria is the shy sister – who would have thought she could land in quite as big a scrape as the audacious Serena?

When the eligible Mr Allison is to come to Fenton Manor to woo Honoria, there is a problem. She doesn’t remember what he looked like. Crippled by her timidity, she hardly looked at him when they’d met during her first London season. But he had spoken to her father, determined to ask her for her hand. Her siblings, Serena and Benedict find this highly amusing, but after Honoria overhears a conversation between her parents about their finances she realises she must marry Mr Allison, and this constraint leaves her martyred and unhappy and unable to share her feelings. 

When Mr Allison arrives, there is another problem. One to do with her sister Serena. 
Mr Allison, (annoyingly handsome and kind) fails to propose as expected and leaves abruptly – but invites the confused family to stay at Bassington Hall, his own country home. His kindness to all her family leaves Honoria with no legitimate excuse to escape marriage. Mr Scribster, his ugly, unpleasant, unfeeling friend, guesses more than she would like and offers Honoria a place to concentrate her dislike and frustration. 

Meanwhile Benedict embarks on an adventure with his rogue of an uncle, Wilbert, to save his childhood friend and neighbour Genevieve Horton who has become the unhappy Lady Sumner.

By learning some scandalous skills Benedict hopes to give some options to the most trapped figure in all of polite society – an unhappy wife. 

When Benedict’s life hangs in the balance all the major players are changed forever and the tangle of romance is finally resolved. 

Alicia Cameron’s first novel, Clarissa and the Poor Relations, has been highly regarded, reaching the top ten in historical romance on (with 90 reviews), and #1 in It is newly available in a Spanish translation.

What people say about Alicia Cameron’s previous novel:

(Alicia Cameron) is ‘…a worthy successor to Georgette Heyer’
‘Full of wit and imagination’
‘…an authentic Regency voice’
‘Definitely felt like reading Jane Austen’
‘An episode of Friends set in the 1800s’
‘Wouldn’t we all like to be invited?’
‘Full of wit and romance like an old, old, movie directed by Preston Sturges.’
‘A witty, light-hearted cross between Georgette Heyer and Oscar Wilde!’

Proudly Reviewing ARCs Through  NetGalley Since 2014



I also Review Books & ARCs 

Through The Following:



Hidden Gems logo

and For Individual Authors by Request



author's palButton_Basic


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s