Thursday, 1 May 2014

Happy May Reading!

Hello!! I so am excited about May because on the 16th the lovely and talented KaraLynne Mackrory will be popping by for a guest post and Giveaway! You can catch KaraLynne on the Haunting Mr Darcy Blog Tour, kindly brought to you by Jakki at Leatherbound Reviews!


I will be reviewing the following books!

         Invited to the Ball this month - A Non Austen Related Book

The Darcy's of Derbyshire - Abigail Reynolds

A Walk in the Meadows at Rosings Park - Mary Lydon Simonsen

A Pemberley Mistletoe - Ayr Bray

The Mission - He Taught Me to Hope Christmas Vignette - P.O. Dixon

Mr Darcy's Promise - Jeanna Ellsworth

In the Arms of Mr Darcy - Sharon Lathan

Rocks by the Stream - Lewis Whelchel

A Negotiated Marriage - Noella Adams (Non Austen Related)

As you can see I have two Christmas themed books, but as I adore Christmas, I say "why wait till December!" Plus every month I will review a non Austen related book.
For greater clarity on my reviews I have decided to add a heart rating, I hope you like it (I was unsure whether to put Wickham before Mr Collins but think I made the right choice). I also feel that it is incumbent of me to add an adult content warning if applicable!

I hope you have some great May reads too!!!

Please feel free to leave a comment or share what you will be reading! (or to let me know if you think I have my heart rating wrong!)


  1. Fruitful month, Tamara!! I love your election of books. Most, I already have read them, except of Abigail Reynolds. I have it, but I am delaying it. I will be waiting for your reviews ;)

    1. Hello Warmisunqu it is no surprise you have read most of them!! :) Lets hope I haven't bitten off more than I can chew!

  2. Such lovely reads! Looking forward to your reviews, Tamara! I love your heart ratings! Can't wait to see them in use! :)

    1. Thanks Meredith, still unsure how to use the rating do I put the whole banner and say how many stars or should I cut them up and put the one I will use? What I dilemma ;)

  3. Nice selection! I have read four of them, and I enjoyed them all, so you have some good reading ahead. Of your selection I particularly enjoyed The Darcys of Derbyshire, I love Abigail Reynolds books.

    Your heart rating is great too, very inventive!

    1. Ahh yes Abigail! So sad I think this is my last read of hers in the Regency style, oh well I'll just have to re-read the others :) Thanks took me a little while to make my heart rating, fixing computers is more my thing!


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