Friday, 30 December 2022

My Top 20 BTS Songs

In late 2020 I fell in love with a song by a Kpop group by the name of BTS. It was their first full English song by the name of 'Dynamite'. By the time their second English song 'Butter' was released in 2021 I was a fan. The more songs I discovered and YouTube content I watched the more I fell in love with not just the group but theirs songs as well as the messages that are behind those songs.

By the time 2021 came to a close I considered myself a member of BTS Army (their fan group) and they were my top artist on Spotify! Not surprising considering my 'BTS Favs' playlist is currently over 8 hours long. 

Anyway I decided it was time that a BTS related post made it onto my blog. So here is my Top 20 BTS songs. This is in order of the songs release date and not my personal preference (that was way too hard to figure out). Next to each song I will be including what album they feature on as well as when they were released. 

20. No More Dream  - 2 cool 4 skool 2013

19. Fire -  The Most Beautiful moment in life Young Forever 2016

18. DNA - Love Yourself Her 2017

17. Best Of Me - Love Yourself Her 2017

16. Mic Drop - Love Yourself Her 2017

15. Fake Love - Love Yourself Tear 2018

14. Anpanman - Love Yourself Tear 2018

13. So What - Love Yourself Tear 2018

12. Answer : Love Myself - Lover Yourself: Answer 2018

11. Dionysus - Map of the Soul Persona 2019

10. Black Swan - Map of the Soul 7 2020

9. We are Bulletproof: Eternal - Map of the Soul 7 2020

8. Stay Gold - Map of the Soul 7 the Journey 2020

7. Life Goes On - BE 2020

6. Dynamite - BE 2020

5. Permission to Dance - 2021

4. Born Singer - Proof 2022

3. Yet To Come - Proof 2022

2. Run BTS - Proof 2022

1. For Youth - Proof 2022

Just in case you want to check out any of these songs I have made a playlist on You Tube. It is a mix of music videos, live performances as well as a lyric video. You can check out the playlist HERE

So what do you think, are your favourites on this list? Pop your top 5 in the comments I would love to know what songs would make your list. 

Until Next Time 



Friday, 9 December 2022

Blog Tour: He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not by Aimee Brown*


'Dax Hartley has made flowers his entire life, just like his late father did.

When his dad's old florist’s shop is up for sale, he has to have it. Only problem is, he'd need to sell a kidney to afford it. The reality show Battle of the Blossoms is the perfect opportunity to win the money he needs, but when his childhood crush blows back into his life, distractions risk taking his eyes off the prize. He needs his head and heart to start working together to ensure he doesn't miss the opportunity of a lifetime.

Hollyn Matthews has made some colossal mistakes in life.

When she's dumped just as she's expecting an engagement ring, she knows she's put her heart into the wrong man. Hoping for a second chance at being a grown-up, she moves home to stay with her brother and his best friend Dax, a boy whose memory faded as she ran away from her past. Facing the hurt she left behind means facing some home truths about herself, but there’s one boy who has always loved her, if only she’d take the time to notice him.'

This is the story of Hollyn and Dax, which is told over the course of 33 Chapters as well as an epilogue. The main theme of this book is a twist on brothers best friend. The twist is in the sense that in this particular story it is the brothers best friend who originally has feelings. 

Hollyn is a very lovely character who at times can be naïve and gullible. However as the story progress readers will watch Hollyn's confidence grow and realise that it was less gullible and more gas lighting in this case. 

Dax on the other hand is a very kind and caring gentleman. When he was growing up he was a nerd however he did his fair share of growing up and grew up into a fine man. Yes I mean fine when it comes to looks as well as personality. 

Throughout this book the point of view switches between the main characters. This switch is done in a way that readers will not be confused as to whose head they are currently. These point of view switches allow readers to get a clear picture of who is feeling what.  As well as point of view switches there are also time jumps. Now these aren't long time jumps but they do help to keep the story moving along. 

Now let me tell you about the author Aimee Brown, who is a bestselling romantic comedy author of several books including The Lucky dress. An Oregon native, who now lives in a tiny town in cold Montana and sets her books in Portland. She was previously published by Aria, and her new series for Boldwood is full of love and laughter and real-life issues. The first book will be published in January 2023.

Overall this book is very easy to fall in love with. Readers interests will be piqued after the first chapter and they will love watching this pair turn their forgotten friendship into something more as they grow closer. You can get your copy HERE

Until Next Time



Tuesday, 8 November 2022

Blog Tour: Never Rescue a Rogue by Virginia Heath*

'Why on earth would she want to kiss him when he vexed her so?

Diana Merriwell and Giles Sinclair only tolerate one another for the sake of their nearest and dearest. Everyone believes that they are meant to be together, but Diana and Giles know that it is animosity, not attraction, that fuels their barbed exchanges. Anyway, Diana loves her freedom too much to give it up for marriage, and Giles is happily wedded to his bachelor lifestyle.

After Giles' curmudgeonly father, the Duke of Harpenden, unexpectedly turns up his toes, it's only a matter of time before the circumstances of his only son's birth are revealed. With the threat of blackmail hanging over him, Giles must uncover the truth, or he and all those who depend on him will be ruined.

As Giles and Diana dive into his family's past, the attraction that they insisted wasn't there proves impossible to ignore. It seems that the future of the Sinclair estate isn't the only thing on the line . . .'

This is the story of Giles and Diana, which is told over the course of 34 Chapters. Their story is the second book in the 'Merriwell Sisters' Series. The first book is called Never Fall for your Fiancée. Although this is the second book in a series, you do not need to have read the first book in order to enjoy this one.

From the very first moment that the readers meet these characters they will be intrigued by the back and forth banter. Banter that possibly hides the character true feelings. Which is brilliant as you get to watch this pair grow as the book continues in this Friends to Lovers story. 

This book is easy to get stuck into and will grip the readers attention from the start. With the hint of mystery in the form of trying to discover the truth. This aspect alone will grip the interest of the readers and not let go until the truth has been discovered. 

Let me tell you a little bit about the Author Virginia Heath. When she was a little girl it took her ages to fall asleep, so she would make up stories in her to help pass the time while she was staring at the ceiling. As she got older, the stories got more complicated, sometimes taking weeks to get to the happy ending. Then one day, she decided to embrace her insomnia and start writing them down. Despite that, it still takes her forever to fall asleep.

Overall this is a great story that readers will love. This reader in particular has their fingers crossed for a possible third (their is a third sister). However even if a third book does not come, this reader will be purchasing the first one. You can get your copy HERE

There is also a Giveaway attached to this Publication day where you could be in with the chance to wint 2x ecopies of Never Rescue a Rogue. You can enter the Giveaway HERE. Don't forget to read the Terms and Conditions: Worldwide entries welcome. Please enter using the Rafflecopter box below. The winner will be selected at random via Rafflecopter from all valid entries and will be notified by Twitter and/or email. If no response is received within 7 days then Rachel’s Random Resources reserves the right to select an alternative winner. Open to all entrants aged 18 or over. Any personal data given as part of the competition entry is used for this purpose only and will not be shared with third parties, with the exception of the winners’ information. This will passed to the giveaway organiser and used only for fulfilment of the prize, after which time Rachel’s Random Resources will delete the data. I am not responsible for despatch or delivery of the prize

Until Next Time




Saturday, 29 October 2022

Blog Tour: Blind Dates by Gordon Macmillan*


'Is true love just a few dates away ... or even closer than you think?

Tom has always been a hopeless romantic: but now he's just hopeless. After lockdown in particular made the millennial a reclusive introvert, it was finally time to get back 'out there' - at least according to his best friends Adam, Allison, Josh and sister Sarah.
As the group sets up ten miracle dates to rejuvenate Tom's love life, he soon realises how difficult the dating scene has become, along with juggling his Shakespearean-themed café on the side and a hobby of romantic mixtape making.
As the dates continue to turn into disasters, an old flame keeps reappearing in Tom's sight - along with bittersweet memories. Fearing it may be too little too late, Tom must decide whether he can date his way to happiness, or find his true match was under his nose the whole time...'

This is the story of Tom a hopeless romantic who wants to find 'The One' but needs to stop hiding in order to achieve this. Tom's story is told over the course of 28 Chapters as well as a Prologue. The prologue does a brilliant job of getting the reader pumped and excited for the story. 

This story is very realistic especially when it comes to the dates that Tom goes on. This story is witty and full of heartfelt moments that readers will just love. It is an uplifting story about the ups and downs of trying to find the elusive 'one'. A story that readers (especially the hopeless romantics like Tom) will love. 

Now let me tell you a little bit about the Author Gordon Macmillan, who is a former journalist writing about media and technology. Gordon now works in marketing for Twitter UK. He has also blogged about dating and politics. His first novel Songs For Your Mother was published in May 2021. His second novel, Blind Dates was published in 2022. Gordon lives in North London and is working on his next book. 

Overall this story will have readers laughing, cringing and crying as the watch Tom on his journey. You can get your copy HERE.

Until Next Time



Blog Tour: A Stolen Knight's Kiss by Melissa Oliver*


'Captured by a knight…

Rescued by his kiss!

When orphan Eva loses the father-figure who’d protected her on the streets of London, she suspects the Knights of Fortitude. But when she steals information from them, she’s caught by brooding knight Nicholas. Learning he might not be the villain after all, she puts her distrust aside to work with him, yet Eva must stay focussed – and not get distracted when they share a stolen kiss!'

This is the second story in 'Protectors of the Crown' series, though part of a series you can read these books as a stand alone. This instalment focuses on Eva and Nicholas. Their story is told over the course of 19 Chapters.  These chapters will soon fly bye as readers get lost in this story. 

From the very moment these two characters meet they start a verbal foreplay that continues throughout the book. This verbal back and forth is interesting for readers and makes this book even easier to get stuck into. 

Throughout this book the point of view clearly switches between Eva and Nicholas. The clear switches mean that the readers always know exactly whose point of view they are reading. The switches in point of view means that the reader really gets the full picture of the story as it progresses.

Now let me tell you about the Author Melissa Oliver, who is from south-west London where she writes her historical romance novels. Melissa lives with her husband and daughters, who share her passion for decrepit, old castles, palaces and all things historical. Melissa is the Winner of The Romantic Novelist Association's Joan Hessayon Award for new writers 2020. This was for her debut novel, the first book in the Notorious Knight's series called The Rebel Heiress and the Knight. If she is not writing Melissa loves to travel, paint as well as visit Museums and Art Gallerys.

Overall this books is addictive and really easy to get stuck into. Although this series can be read as stand alone books, this book has made this reader curious about the first one. You can get your copy HERE

Until Next Time




Thursday, 20 October 2022

Review: Chief Of Security by Fancy Roberts*


'He’s too much. She’s not enough.
Francesca ‘Frankie’ Davenport wanted to fly under the radar when she joined Mailbox, Inc, but when the CEO’s girlfriend takes her under her wing: there’s no place to hide.
When Frankie’s jackass manager becomes more than just an irritating nuisance, Julian Lockwood – Mailbox's tall and deliciously inked security guard with an enormous heart – volunteers to have her back. But to protect Frankie, he’ll have to stay close. Too close.

What’s a little fake dating between friends, right?

Except Julian can’t stop imagining her bright orange hair splayed across his sheets and Frankie can’t forget how safe she feels wrapped up in his arms.

Suddenly, staying “just friends” is turning into a full-time job and no one wants to work overtime.'

This is the second story in the 'Mailbox, Inc' series by Fancy Roberts. This story focuses on Frankie and Julian and is told over the course of 24 Chapters and an Epilogue. The thing with this book is that after Chapter 1 I was already addicted to the story as well as wanting to know more about both the main characters and every single background character invovled. 

From the minute readers begin this book their attention is grabbed as the two main characters are already known to each other. This means readers get to jump straight into the story as well as get a bit of background on Frankie and Julian. Now Frankie and Julian really are an opposites attract sort of romance one doesn't think they are enough while the other believes they are too much. 

At the start of this book there were a few things that readers will be curious about, one is the relationship between the main characters, Frankie and Julian. The other is solely focused on Julian's tattoos. To be fair I am not sure who was more curious about these tattoos at the beginning of the book me or Frankie. I was quite glad that this curiosity didn't kill the cat, and all is revealed later on in the book in a very delicious way. 

Throughout the very addicting book the point of view switches itself between Frankie and Julian. This is done in a very clear way, so readers are not confused. This also gives readers an inside look into the minds of both characters. This comes in handy when things start to kick off with the book plot. 

Now onto the part that was one of my favourites, the steamy scenes! Now let me tell you these steamy scenes were extra hot. There were a few scenes in the book, which was the right amount for this story. Now not all of these scenes were described in detail but the ones that were oh they were delicious. These scenes left me with the distinct impression that I kind of want Julian for myself and yes I am aware he will have to stay as book boyfriend. 

The story itself had great pacing meaning it didn't move the plot along too quickly that readers felt rushed. It also didn't drag the story out, readers weren't waiting for multiple chapters to pass before the main plot was going on.

Something to be aware of when going to pick up this book is that I would recommend you carve out some solid uninterrupted reading time. This book will suck you in and refuse to let go until you have read every word it has to offer. I made the mistake of reading it during a work day. Stopping to actually get on with my day to day job was a form of torture!

Overall this is a brilliantly addictive book that will hook readers in. Not only to the book but too the series as well. Trust me this reader has already brought the first book and can't wait to sink her teeth into the story. This book is released on the 21st October and you can buy a copy HERE.

Until Next Time



Wednesday, 5 October 2022

Blog Tour: Love & Agita by Grayson Avery*

'He's Italian. She's Jewish. Is it a recipe for disaster? Or Ever After?

You think you have a crazy family? Meet Leo Donati, a great guy from a wacky New York Italian family, who is expected to live his life a certain way. There are a few family rules etched in stone that he has done his best to follow:

1. Attend Sunday family dinner. It’s at 2:00. Nobody knows why.
2. Love your mother.
3. Never tell Nonna you're full. Unless you have a death wish.
4. Marry Italian.
5. Family comes first. Always. Friends come and go, but family is forever.

The only problem? He's not living his best life. Not even close. Single, lonely, and spending way too much time at the gym burning sexual energy and ungodly amounts of pasta, Leo hopes his life will change when his father hands over the family business. If only things were that simple. A takeover offer on the business puts Leo on the war path against a strikingly sexy, but overly competitive Jewish woman who is seemingly intent on ruining his life. At least that's how Leo sees it.

As tension rises and Italian tempers flare, Leo wonders if perhaps hate isn't the most accurate word for how he feels about his new nemesis. But it could never work. Yeah, the pizza bagel exists, but real-life cultural divides are more complicated than that, aren't they?

Humor abounds as corporations and cultures collide. Leo tries to thwart the takeover, find love and happiness, while also trying to avoid being bludgeoned to death by his Nonna's wooden spoon.'

This is the story of Leo and is told through 37 Chapters. Now this may seem a lot but readers will be so stuck into the story that they will not notice the chapters flying past. This book is easy to get stuck into, it is engaging and will grab the readers attention and keep it. 

A refreshing change to this book is that the entire story is told from Leo's point of view. This is a refreshing change from normal romance books that tend to stick to either the females point of view or switches between the two. Through this point of view it is very clear to see how much Leo loves his family, each part of his family can be compared to a component in Lasagne. 

Now let me tell you about the Author, Grayson Avery who wrote The Sweet Water Circle Series. A romantic comedy series that focuses on childhood friends in their 30s and 40s as the help each other navigate the stormy waters of dating, marriage, divorce and a whole lot of inappropriate, naughty and downright hysterical situations.

Overall this is a fun read that may leave readers craving Italian food or food in general to be fair. The underlying theme of this book is clear to see. It is a question of whether you follow your family wishes or do your follow your heart? To see what Leo decides get your copy HERE.

Until Next Time 


Tuesday, 4 October 2022

Review: Two For Charging by Lasairiona McMaster*

'Dedicated. Driven. Divorced.

Coach Elliott Swift is under pressure from all sides. His players are counting on him to return the team to championship success despite his recently graduated star players. His toxic ex-wife dogs his every move, and his sickly, aging parents require constant care.

When he literally bumps into his childhood best friend, Clare, in the period product aisle of the pharmacy, everything changes. Twenty years is not enough to erase her impact on him. But she gives him the brush off as though they were never a thing.

The last thing he needs, or wants, is a relationship. But he wants her.

He's always wanted her.

Can he earn her forgiveness and put the mistakes of their past behind them? Or will his inability to forgive himself prevent them both from moving forward?'

So the time has come to review the final book in the 'Snow Pirates' Series *sniffs back tears* not sure if I am ready for this series to end because I have loved all five of the previous books and this one is no exception. Though I guess it is fitting that the sixth and final is concentrating on our beloved Coach Elliot Swift. 
This is a book all about a second chance at your first love, now Coach Swift (hereby known as Elliot) has a very good and long history with Clare Reynolds. You may remember Clare as the kick ass neighbour from Kenzie and Austin's story. Yes we are talking that Clare (if you haven't read Kenzie and Austin's story I strongly recommend!)
The moment this story starts readers are engaged, interested and mildly amused. These feelings do not go away as you dive further into this story, instead new feeling join these to the point that you end the book as a mass of feelings. This is not a bad thing, trust me I enjoyed the journey to get to this mass of feelings. 
Let's talk characters, obviously there are Snow Pirates (that you have met previously) mentioned throughout the book. I do enjoy these catch ups with the past book boyfriends. Clare is a single mum trying to raise her two goods, juggle her job and basically keep everything moving. While Elliot is divorced, dealing with an ex-wife who lied, parents that don't make things easy and trying to work a make a hockey team roster work when three great players have graduated. 
Throughout the book readers are giving a glimpse of the past while Clare and Elliot try to figure out if they belong together in the future. Giggle moments are ensured throughout this book. In particular there is what I am going to describe as the 'pocket' scene that had me laughing out loud and very glad to be in my own home at the time. 
Now if you have read books by Lasairiona in the past you know that she does those sexy/spicy scenes really well. If you haven't read her before, let's just say you are missing out. Elliot and Clare take a while to get to there spicy scene but oh my god is the wait worth it. Before readers get to the spicy scene that near misses when it comes to kisses which are very much a form of sweet torture. 
When the first kiss does happen, it is worth the wait. The entire scene and post kiss conversation have set a bar for guys in real life. There is a new standard at least for me. The entire scene is perfect and everything any girl, especially Clare deserves. 
When readers arrive at the first spicy/sexy scene, they will be thoroughly entertained not just with what happens because that scene had me feeling a little hot and it had nothing to do with the cold I am currently battling. The scene was spicy with some laughter thrown in, which is quite amazing since at the time the characters were not in the same room. 
Overall this is another homerun for Lasairiona McMaster. A book that is entertaining, bring on the tears and have reader laughing out, sometimes all at the same time! I can't wait to see what she brings out next because I for one am a fan for life. Check out this book when it's released on October 6th HERE.
Until Next Time


Friday, 30 September 2022

Blog Tour: Tempted by Her Outcast Viking by Lucy Morris*


'Tempted by the Warrior

But she’ll never wed

Brynhild had once been close to Erik – until he’d betrayed her, and she’d hoped never to see him again. Now the fiercely independent shieldmaiden needs Erik’s skills to rescue her sister. Striking a truce with the tough, isolated loner they reach a mutually beneficial deal: in return, she’ll help him in his quest to find a wife – by teaching him how to please a woman in bed…!'

This is the second story in 'Shieldmaiden Sister' series and this time we are looking at Brynhild and Erik. Their story is told over the course of 24 Chapters and an Epilogue. We first met this pair in the first book on the series called 'The Viking she would have Married'. In the first book we learnt all about their siblings Valda and Halfdan. 

Readers of this series will be happy to know that this book begins right after the first one ends. Now this doesn't mean to have read the first in the series if you want to read this story. This can be read as a standalone novel. However you may end up reading the first book once you see how well this book is written and how much detail is put into these characters. 

Now Erik is the polar opposite of his brother. He has no connections in this world except his brother and Brynhild but from 9 years ago. It is clear from the start of this book that these two characters have a past. A past that did not end well and is slowly revealed to the readers. 

Throughout this book these two characters are on a mission, a mission that has nothing what so ever to do with the sizzling chemistry that lies right beneath the surface. From the moment you start this book not only does it jump straight into the storyline but also the chemistry is obvious. 

As readers join Brynhild and Erik on their journey, they are slowly allowed to see parts of the past. A past that helps the reader to understand the characters as they are currently and their motivations. One thing I loved about this is that although you are dealing with very strong warriors neither one is afraid to show their emotions at certain times. Also it is brilliant to see in this book just how much these characters don't want the other one to change in any aspect. 

Now let me tell you about the Author Lucy Morris, who has always been obsessed with myths and legends. Her books blend sweeping romances with vivid world building to whisk you away to another time and place filled with adventure. You can expect passion, drama and Vibrant characters. Lucy lives in Essex, UK with her husband, two young children and two cats. Lucy has a massive sweet tooth and loves gin, bubbly and Irn-Bru. She is a member of UK Romantic Novelists' Association, she was delighted a two-book deal with Harlequin after submitting her story to Warriors Wanted submission blitz for Viking, Medieval and Highlander romances. Writing for Harlequin Historical is a dream come true for her and she hopes you enjoy her books!

Overall I enjoyed this book just as much as the first in the Shieldmaiden sister series. I can't wait to see where Helga's story takes her. I am in love with this series with all the details that included. You can get your copy HERE

Until Next Time



Wednesday, 31 August 2022

Review: My Year with the Billionaire by Rachael Stewart*


'My twelve months of sacrifice…

…or temptation?

My foster mother’s will states that I, Summer, must live with her grandson, infamous billionaire Edward Fitzroy, for one year on her Scottish estate or we forfeit our inheritance! Years ago, scared of our intense connection, I left without saying goodbye… Now I’m completely unprepared for how devastatingly attractive Edward’s become—and how he still makes me feel. We’re from different worlds—surely this can’t work? But it’s oh-so-tempting to give in to the sparks flying between us…'

This is the story of Edward and Summer, which is told over the course of 15 Chapters as well as a Prologue and Epilogue. Now you may think 15 chapters is not a long book but let me tell you that Rachael truly adds a lot of detail so it doesn't ever feel like a short book. 

Not only this but this entire book is so easy to get into that readers will barely notice the chapters going past because they will be too enticed by the book and its contents. This book grabs the readers interest in the Prologue and refuses to let them go until they have read every word including the Epilogue. 

Now Edward and Sophie's story is very much a second chance romance. Their past is slightly delved into within the Prologue, but is also revealed throughout the book. Edward is the optimum of a good straight laced guy who is also scared. Scared about getting hurt. Whereas Summer is a free spirit who doesn't believe she is lovable. These qualities give Summer a vulnerability that readers will love. 

Getting this insight into Edwards emotions and feelings really helps the reader connect to the characters. Not only that but the clear point of view changes really give the reader the full 360 of what is going on throughout the book. They get the chance to see why a character is acting the way they are. 

 Readers will love the slice of steaminess that Rachael brings to the book, that adds to the whole story without taking anything away. It adds to the entire romance that is the main theme for this book. 

Overall I loved this book as well as the whole second chance romance that is the theme for this book. Rachael has written another great book that readers will find easy to get into and hard to put down. This book is out on September 1st and you can get your copy HERE.

Until Next Time



Friday, 26 August 2022

Blog Tour: Secrets of Her Forbidden Knight by Ella Matthews*


'She’s rescued a knight

Now she needs the favour returned…

When widowed Lady Johanne happens upon an injured knight, she sees an opportunity to form an alliance and protect her home, Castle Brae, from her enemies. The betrothal she proposes might be merely for appearances, but the very real attraction between her and Sir Alewyn thrills and disturbs her. For it’s clear he’s hiding something… Can she trust him, with so much at stake?'

So this is the story of Lady Johanne and Sir Alewyn, which is told over the course of 17 Chapters. It is also the third book in a series called 'The Kings Knight's', previous books include The Knight's Maiden in Disguise and the Knight's Tempting Ally. The first two books concentrated of Sir Alewyn's fellow knights William and Theo. 

From the moment I started this book I found it engaging and interesting. I was immediately hooked on the story as well as the characters. This made the story easy to get into, so this reader had no problem powering their way through this story until I had read every last word.

The characters themselves truly could not be more different from one another. Lady Johanne is a widow who is determined to never marry a man again. Her experience has made her fiercely independent, possibly a bit too much. On the other hand Sir Alewyn wakes up in a strange place, covered in bruises and missing part of his memory. 

Their story takes you on an adventure with two people who are drawn to one another but also refuse to admit this to themselves let alone anyone else. The characters in this book are likeable and believable which makes this book even easier to read.

Now let me tell you about the Author Ella Matthews, who works and lives in South Wales. When she isn’t thinking about handsome heroes she can be found walking along the coast with her husband and two children. Though she probably still be thinking about hero's but pretending to be interested in everyone else. 

Overall I enjoyed this book and have loved reading this series. This reader personally can't wait for book 4 to be released. You can get your copy HERE

Until Next Time



Saturday, 20 August 2022

Blog Tour: Field Rules by Carla Luna*

'What happens in the field, stays in the field. Or does it?

After the disastrous way her first archaeological dig ended, graduate student Olivia Sanchez abandoned her dreams of working in the field. Now, thanks to a last-minute teaching opportunity in Cyprus, she’ll get another chance to explore ancient history firsthand. This time, failure isn’t an option

But digging up the past takes on a whole new meaning when she’s forced to team up with her ex, shovel bum Rick Langston.

For years, Rick has proven his archaeological skills all over the Mediterranean. But with no graduate degree—and a habit of attracting trouble—his reputation could use a little rehab. All he has to do is play by the rules while he’s in Cyprus and he’ll secure a coveted recommendation for his next job. Until Olivia resurfaces like a cursed relic from the past

Given that their last fling nearly caused them both academic ruin, Olivia and Rick can’t afford to repeat their past mistakes. But as they work together under the scorching Mediterranean sun, the heat between them proves impossible to ignore.'

This is the story of Olivia and Rick, which is told over the course of 36 Chapters. Their story is set in the middle of the Mediterranean in the sizzling heat of Cyprus. But not to fear the location is not the only thing that is sizzling.

From the minute readers start this book they are pulled into an archaeology dig, a team with a great dynamic as well as this second chance romance. The team and the dig are enough to keep the reader engaged in the story but add in this second chance romance and it really is the perfect icing for this cake. 

Not only does this book really jump straight into the story, it also jumps straight into our two main characters meeting again. Readers will be able to tell from this very first meet that these two characters have a history. As the story goes on, not only is the history revealed piece by piece but the sizzling chemistry between Olivia and Rick is also revealed. 

Now let me tell you about the Author Carla Luna, who writes contemporary romance with a dollop of humor and a pinch of spice. Carla is a former archaeologist, who still dreams of traveling to far-off places and channels that wander lust into the settings of her stories. When she's not writing, she works in a spice emporium where she gets paid to discuss food and share her favourite recipes. Her passions include Broadway Musicals, baking, whimsical office supplies and pop culture podcasts. Though she has roots in Los Angeles and Vancouver Island, she currently reside in Wisconsin with her family and her feisty Siberian cat.

Overall I enjoyed this story. Not only did I love the second chance romance which is the main theme of the book but also the archelogy aspect of this book. You can get your copy HERE

Until Next Time