Thursday, March 24, 2022

My Weekly Bookishness ~ 3/25/2022

All things bookish!

What I Read:

Review to come soon!


What I'm Reading:


One decision changed his life. 

Nathan Hollister nearly died in a war zone and the experience made one thing crystal clear—breaking off his engagement was a terrible mistake. He arrives at his ex’s ranch to make amends, but gunfire erupts before he can. 

Someone wants her dead. 

Cassie Miles is used to being abandoned, first by her mother and then Nathan. But when an attempt is made on her life, she can’t protect herself and the horses she’s rehabilitating. Accepting Nathan’s help is the only answer.   

A hazardous mission. 

Nathan won’t let anyone harm Cassie. Convincing her to give him a second chance, however, is impossible. As the danger creeps closer, the risk heightens. One critical error could cost Nathan everything…again. 

First Lines:

"We have a problem."

56%/Page 56

"Don't move," Nathan commanded, lifting his weapon.


What I'll (Probably) Read Next:


First Lieutenant Peter Marshall has never felt as safe and whole as he does at Three Rivers Ranch. With massive scars covering most of his upper body, he's self-conscious and searching for his life's purpose. He thinks he's found it in Courage Reins, an equine therapy program for veterans he's starting out at the ranch. He didn't plan on the beautiful Chelsea Ackerman looking at his deformities with admiration.

After her second failed engagement, Chelsea vows she'll never wear another diamond ring. But as she and Pete work together to train the horses and launch Courage Reins, she heals faster than she thought possible. Pete has a truckload of debt and no way to provide for a family, but Chelsea helps him see past all the obstacles, all the scars. With so many unknowns, Pete and Chelsea will have to develop the love, acceptance, and faith needed to find their happily ever after.


Book Haul:


Book Blogger Hop:

Q.   Do you have a threshold on books where you will offer the author feedback but won't review? (submitted by Heather @ MM Romance Reviewed)

A.  I don't think so???


Bookishly Yours,

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  1. Nice update. Haven't you been reading Critical Error for awhile or is that part of a series. Cover looks familiar. Happy reading!

  2. Intense snippets!! Sounds awesome! That BBH question was something else this week. I guess I wasn't alone there. Happy weekend!

  3. Happy Friday!
    I'm just beginning A Proper Scandal by Esther Hatch.
    "I am to go by myself?" Grace dropped the rag she had been using to wash the parlor window.
    I hope you have a great weekend! 😀❤📚

  4. My first line is from Counterfeit Love by Crystal Caudill:
    December 31, 1883
    “I don’t understand why we can’t marry sooner. Cincinnati doesn’t require your grandfather’s consent.”

  5. Critical Error sounds good, hope you enjoy it!

  6. I'm currently reading Enchanting an Heiress by Kristi Ann Hunter, so here's a line from there: A few weeks ago, Harriet had not been looking forward to the April Meeting and the influx of people and social engagements it would bring.
    My First Line post comes from The Element of Love by Mary Connealy:
    Hope you're having a great weekend!

  7. Nice update! Thanks for answering my question :)

  8. I love Fannie Flagg's books! Hope you have a Happy Spring!


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