I can’t believe we’re almost at the end of the Greene family stories! Because I’m not ready to say goodbye. I feel like I became a part of the Sunrise Bay gang and now all I want to do is move to the Alaskan small town, find love with a random stranger and live my best life there. I digress, my love for this family is deep and I am so glad to have been able to experience their stories.
I don’t think there are enough words for me to express how much I loved this book. I’ve always loved and admired Milly Beauregard, the only daughter of the family, and after spending four whole books watching her be loved on and teased by her big brothers, it was so great to finally experience her story. And what a story it was!
Despite a lot of the mixed reviews that I read, I quite enjoyed Meet Me in the Margins. I loved the premise and the concept and as a budding author, I felt all of Savannah’s struggles in trying to get her manuscript perfected and picked up by a publisher. I liked the mystery (even though we obviously knew who her secret editor was) and the little world that Melissa Ferguson had built in Pennington Publishing.
I read and loved A Deal with the Devil last year and fell in love with Elizabeth O’Roark’s writing. I also fell in love with Drew Wilson through the bits we saw of her and Tali together. But when she announced this book, I didn’t know I would fall so deeply in love with Drew and Josh, that I would be thinking about them for days after finishing the book.
I don’t know how Susannah Nix did it again. She made me fall head over heels for another King family member and got me really curious about who is coming next. In short, my obsession and love for her storytelling just went up a million notches.
I am absolutely obsessed with the way Violet Marsh tells her story. When I read The Aviatrix last year, I was totally sold on the idea of a different kind of historical romance that featured women who went above and beyond what was expected of them in that time period.
I’m not the biggest fan of Romeo & Juliet when it comes to Shakespeare’s works, but this modern retelling was so wonderful that you forget entirely about the classic that it takes some inspiration from.
I want to start this review by stating that while this book wasn’t entirely for me, it doesn’t mean it won’t be perfect for you. All the opinions in this review are my own and my feelings for how the story unravelled. Keeping that in mind, please know that Meghan Quinn is an author I admire and will continue to read, but this book just didn’t do it for me. And that’s okay!
When it comes to Devney Perry’s books, you’re guaranteed a bunch of things—fantastic characters, well-paced suspense and a romance that will have your heart soaring. And with the second book in The Edens series, she brought all of that together in one story.
Skye Kilaen has a way of telling stories that I absolutely love. While the romance in this is minimal, it is the first of a series that will continue the story of the two main characters. Even without the romance being front and center, I was hooked onto this story!