In The Face Of The Sun | Denny S. Bryce | Book Review

Denny S. Bryce is quickly becoming one of my new favorite authors. I was captivates by her debut Wild Women and the Blues and now In The Face Of The Sun. Both stories are multigenerational tales involving African American families. In The Face Of The Sun follows Francine (Frankie) as she travels from Chicago toContinue reading “In The Face Of The Sun | Denny S. Bryce | Book Review”

A Brilliant Night Of Stars And Ice | Rebecca Connolly | Book Review

A Brilliant Night of Stars and Ice tells the story of what happened on April 12, 1912 from the perspective of the ship and crew who came to the aid of Titanic. The RMS Carpathia was traveling east bound from New York to Liverpool when it received the distress call from the sinking ship. CaptainContinue reading “A Brilliant Night Of Stars And Ice | Rebecca Connolly | Book Review”

The Good Girl’s Guide To Rakes | Eva Leigh | Book Review

The Good Girl’s Guide to Rakes is the first book in the new historical romance Last Chance Scoundrels series by Eva Leigh. This was my first experience with this author but, I know it will not be my last. This book was so addictive! It had everything that I love – strong characters, strong banter,Continue reading “The Good Girl’s Guide To Rakes | Eva Leigh | Book Review”

How To Decieve A Duke | Samara Parish | Book Review

How To Deceive A Duke is the second book in the Rebels With A Cause series. It is a regency romance with a pair that has a complicated history. The two that complicates their history the most is that they are from two different classes. One is a Duke and the other is a workingContinue reading “How To Decieve A Duke | Samara Parish | Book Review”

Wild Women and the Blues | Denny S. Bryce | Book Review

Wild Women and the Blues is a historical fiction story that paints a vivid picture of the 1920s jazz scene. It follows Honoree, a young Black woman, trying to make her way in Chicago. She is talented but also deeply flawed as a character. Her journey involves several steps forward as well as an equalContinue reading “Wild Women and the Blues | Denny S. Bryce | Book Review”

Olga Dies Dreaming | Xochitl Gonzalez | Book Review

Olga Dies Dreaming starts out with a bang and immediately breaks down consumerism and excessive spending via the main character Olga Isabel Acevedo. Olga has built her business from the ground up and is charging wealthy women a large fee to plan their weddings. She is a professional and runs a very tight ship. However,Continue reading “Olga Dies Dreaming | Xochitl Gonzalez | Book Review”

Angel of Greenwood | Randi Pink | Book Review

When I saw April’s video on TikTok all about the story I knew I was going to have to pick it up. Angel Of Greenwood is set in what was once known as Black Wallstreet in a section of Tulsa, Oklahoma. This area was the first known prosperous community for Black Americans. In this community,Continue reading “Angel of Greenwood | Randi Pink | Book Review”

Kissing Under Mistletoe | Anthology Review

Kissing Under The Mistletoe is an anthology of three novellas set during the month of December. Each story involves a female character who has been hurt before and feels that their chance for love has passed. The stories are sweet and each female character does find their happily every after. It was easy to getContinue reading “Kissing Under Mistletoe | Anthology Review”

A Chrismas Legacy | Anne Perry | Book Review

A Christmas Legacy is the ninetieth book in Anna Perry’s Christmas Stories series. I have read a couple of them before so when I saw the new one available on Netgalley, I jumped on the opportunity to request it. I was intrigued by the premise and the promise of an endearing Christmas mystery. And itContinue reading “A Chrismas Legacy | Anne Perry | Book Review”

A Reckless Match | Kate Bateman | Book Review

A Reckless Match is the first book in the new series Ruthless Rivals by Kate Bateman. I was immediately drawn to this new series once I read the tag line “The first in a new regency romance series about two feuding families and reunited childhood enemies whose hatred turns to love.” Regency romance? Check. FeudingContinue reading “A Reckless Match | Kate Bateman | Book Review”

Chasing the Four Winds

Reading, Writing, Nerding, and Honoring the Oxford Comma Since 1987.

A. A. MacConnell

When you write drabbles, you relieve the pressure of the epic novel expanding in your head.

The Calico Books

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