Friday, 5 March 2021

Dark Wizard by Jeffe Kennedy

 

Kindle Edition, 295 pages


Published February 25th 2021


Series: Bonds of Magic #1


Fantasy


To review






This world was rather messed up. It seems that if you have magic you have a 50% chance to either live a great life, or be a slave. I do not like those odds.




And then if you are lucky to be a mage then you need a familiar, and most treat these are crap. Which is horrible, cos that might have been you. And that is probably your mother, back there being treated as crap by your mage dad. That is your sister or brother, so yes harsh world when it comes to magic.




Veronica, ok, so I was not the biggest fan if I am going to be honest. She was meant to be a great wizard, but then it turns out she is to be well a slave instead. She was meant to be the Leader of her house and now she is to be take part in this horrid custom where wizards come to test her out for a night. But what I did not like about her is that she did not really think about others. She runs away, hello, think about your mother! Your family! They will obvi find you and omg Gabriel was the nicest guy ever. Stupid woman.




Gabriel was so nice. He was not brought up on this wizard and slave business. He is nice to her, he does not do things like the ones before her. Sure he needs his familliar, but not to be treated as a slave.




I hope they become really powerful together and bring down this system, cos this system sucks. Show the world a new world where working together actually means working together.




So yes I wonder what will happen. I liked it (even Veronica was stupid for running away ;)





Lord Gabriel Phel wants one thing: to restore his shattered House to its former station in the Convocation’s complex and arcane society. Fortunately, through a wild chance of birth, he was born with the magic of a powerful wizard, the first in his family in generations. If he can obtain a familiar to supplement his skills, ideally one who is a highborn daughter who can also be his lady wife, then he’ll be that much closer to restoring House Phel. And to exacting his ultimate revenge on the Convocation that destroyed his family.




Lady Veronica Elal doesn’t have many choices. To her bitter disappointment, she will never be the powerful wizard she and her father hoped she’d be. Instead Nic is doomed to be a familiar like her mother, a second-class citizen in the Convocation, and one destined to be bonded to a wizard, serving his purposes for the rest of her life. Her one hope lies in entering the Betrothal Trials—and choosing a wizard from the Convocation candidates that she can manipulate. Whichever one of her suitors impregnates her will claim her as familiar and wife, and she can use her wiles to rule her wizard master, and the House she marries into.




But Gabriel throws a wrench into Nic’s careful scheming, by seducing and fascinating her. When she finds she’s pregnant by the rogue wizard she can never hope to control, Nic does the unthinkable: she runs.


Thursday, 4 March 2021

Audio: The Highlander's excellent adventure by Shana Galen


Narrated by: Victoria Aston


Series: Survivors  Book 8


Length: 11 hrs and 14 mins


Release date: 02-23-21


Publisher: Tantor Audio


Historical romance


To review





A two in one! Ines wants an adventure, but for now she wants to escape a suitor and hides in a carriage. Then she wakes up far from London. Oops. So she pretends not to speak English as the owner is Duncan Murray, the sexy Scot she has seen around.




Meanwhile Emmeline runs away from yet another failed season, luckily she runs across the son of her mother's friend. A certain Stratford Fortesque, who has been in love with her for years.




These two couples run into each other and decides to travel together.




Ines really wants Murray, while he needs to marry an English Lady. I wanted to smack him over the head so much.




Emmeline thinks no one will ever want her. Statford is stupid, who cares about your parentage!




There is some danger, there is romance, there is back and forth. I enjoyed it, even if Duncan should have given in earlier, but I get it, they had issues.




Aston is a great narrator when it comes to romance. Distinct voices, nice accents and she gets the feel of it all 





Ines Neves and Emmeline Wellesley have both run away. Ines hid in a carriage from a tedious suitor, only to find, too late, the carriage had traveled out of London, not just around the block. To make matters worse, the carriage is that of a stranger: a handsome Highlander. Or perhaps a big, strapping Highlander makes matters better? Emmeline Wellesley has had four Seasons and cannot tolerate another. To force her mother to listen to her, she's run away. But things haven't gone well. She's been locked in a closet, had all her money stolen, and somehow adopted a dog. When an old family friend shows up to save her, she doesn't exactly welcome his help.



Doesn't mean they don't want to be found.

Duncan Murray doesn't know what to make of the Portuguese-speaking woman in his carriage. She refuses to return to London, so he takes her to meet Nash Pope, a so-called friend who speaks Portuguese. On the way, he meets up with former soldier Stratford Fortescue and Stratford's opinionated distant cousin, Miss Wellesley. The four travel together to Nash's estate, and that's when everything goes really wrong. On the run to Scotland, Duncan finds himself increasingly attracted to Ines, even though he knows he can never marry her. Stratford has always wanted Emmeline, but his family secret means he doesn't deserve her. This excellent adventure might bring the couples together, but only if they manage to elude gun shots, a murderous brother-in-law, a vicious dog, and outlaws. (


Wednesday, 3 March 2021

Best of February

 









Happy March everyone!!!! 

Here are our best of last month!


Best Book of the Month:

My pick.........."I will not pick a best of book. Sure I read some good ones, but the problem is, I read several good ones, none better than the other. I did not read any blew my mind out."








"This was so good. I can't wait for book 2! I already have it downloaded and ready to go!"





Best Movie of the Month:

Carole's pick.....Vivarium (2019)




"Watched this twice now. Creepy good!"







"Cutest movie of the month. Third one!"


Best TV show of the Month:


Blodeuedd's pick...........White Wall (season 1)



"My tv series binge was White Wall, damn that ending, wtf?! What kept me watching was what is that white wall?"


Carole's pick........ Bob's Burgers (Seasons 1-4)



"I used to be meh about this show when I first watched it eons ago. Decided to watch again and I've been addicted. Already about to finish season 4. So good. So funny."



Best Cover of the Month:


Carole's pick


         



Blodeuedd - "The covers, yeah, none pops out and screams cool. Sure there are good ones, but none better than the other. I seemed to have a good month with everything, but with rotten eggs and nothing mindblowing."

Tuesday, 2 March 2021

TMST


 

Tell Me Something Tuesday is a weekly discussion post where bloggers discuss a wide range of topics from books and blogging to life in general. Weigh in and join the conversation by adding your thoughts in the comments. If you want to do your own post, grab the question and answer it on your blog. Feel free to leave your links in the comments if you are participating.




What are your favorite tips and/or tools to help keep your blogging (or real life) organized?


Ha, tips or tools. Welcome to organized chaos. I am writing this, as I always write my blogposts, while I watch tv. I have had Luci on my lap, as I have every night, and now I finally are getting to something. Now before bed I need to try to answer comments, go commenting, write a review etc.




I have no tips, I take it as it come. I read a book, I try to write a review as fast as I can. I schedule it when I have time. I as you have seen blog while I catch up on shows,




Ok, No pressure. HAVE FUN! Maybe that can be my tip, when you get too much pressure, when you forget that this is fun, then you loose interest.




Real life organized then,  I try, I like to be organized, but then everyone else needs to be organized too

 


Monday, 1 March 2021

Carole's Monday: Touch of Evil




Author: 
Cecy Robson
Title: Touch of Evil
(Touch #1) (Weird Girls Series #10)
Genre: Paranormal Romance, Fantasy, UF
Format: ebook
Pages: 209
Published: October 13th 2020
Where I Got It: My shelf (Amazon purchase)


Summary: 
Emme Wird, the healer and powerful telekinetic in the Wird family, hasn’t had the best of luck with males. While her sisters have found their mates and forever loves, Emme has found males that are better left as lost. Is a decent meal with polite conversation too much to ask for? Yes, it is.

When a pack member that Emme has dinner with is discovered dead and dismembered, it is up to Emme and her werewolf friend, Bren, to solve the murder. But spine-tingling danger and touches with evil have ways of bringing close friends closer.

Could the male that Emme searches for be right in front of her? Or will evil snatch him away from her, just as it did once before?


Review:
Been excited about the new arc. I adore Emme and I want her to be happy!

The story follows Emme and Bren. Emme is the healer and powerful telekinetic in the Wird family. She hasn't had luck in love and with all of her sisters finding their mates....she is feeling left out and lost. Bren has been a family friend to the Wird family for years and was a lone wolf, literally, for a long time until he was dragged into joining the pack. When a pack member Emme had a dinner date with is discovered dead and dismembered, it is up to Emme and Bren to solve the murder. 

OoooooOOOoooooo Emme. I have been rooting for her to fall in love again after what happened to her in the past. Poor, poor Emme. 

Ugh. Bren. I like him. He is fun, but omg I have been wanting to smack him for a while now and I was hoping he would do right, but NO he's still being a butt! Big idiot. You like Emme and Emme likes you. Get over yourself. Sure, sure, I know you had a tragic past and so forth.......but come on man. Emme is an angel!!!!

This felt really, really short and quick compared to some of the others. Maybe I just read really fast? *looks it up* Eh it is a little shorter than some of the rest. I wasn't ready to say goodbye yet. Yes, yes, I know we will have more for the new arc soon, but I can't waittttttt! Bren needs to make it better. Big idiot. 

Even though this was shorter, it was just as good. Lots of laughs. Lots of action. Lots of steamy scenes. I love this world!!!

Overall, I am excited about this new arc. I love Emme! I like Bren overall even though he's a big idiot. Curious to see what comes next! I'll give this 4 stars. 








Sunday, 28 February 2021

Joint Movie Discussion: ALways and Forever

 




Been a long time since we sat down and reviewed a movie together. This month Carole and I are reviewing, To All the Boys: Always and Forever. 


I am in blue and Carole in purple.








Title:  To All the Boys - Always and Forever

Genre: Comedy, Drama, Family 
Running Time: 1h 49min
Rating: TV-14 
Released: Feb 2021


Senior year of high school takes center stage as Lara Jean returns from a family trip to Korea and considers her college plans - with and without Peter.




TRAILER: 





DISCUSSION: 

Another movie, more romance. I still prefer the first though



 

Awww yes the first was the best, but I did like this one a lot. I caught myself Awwing a lot lol. 

 



It was fun,but, I do not see a future for them, I am being horrid. Not even if they break up and meet up again.

 



Nooo. I do not think they will still be together esp how the movie ended. (Trying not to give spoilers lolll) it seems impossible and a story as old as time. Who knows? Maybe the author will give us an epilogue book and we’ll get another movie!

 



I think we are meant to believe they will always be together, but for some reason I did not feel it here. I felt she wanted more and he just thought of himself. Maybe if they break up, meet new people, and meet again at 40...yes maybe then.

 



Ya I think they were hinting that they’ll make it work……...but at the same time not. IDK. It was totally left open-ended like the book. WHICH I am not amused by that hahaha. They had a lot of issues and he is super insecure. I can’t imagine it working. Love him….but he’s going to be constantly jealous and mad at her. 

 



They are still cute together and I want them to be happy, but life has a way. We can always hope they will grow into secure happy adults and make babies and all that,.

 



Yess, one can hope. Maybe they’ll break up for a couple of years and he’ll fix his relationship with his dad/find security he doesn’t NEED his Dad’s approval and love. They both have issues to deal with. I think she will want to be single and live her life for a while too. She finally found courage to be on her own. SIGHS. I want another book and movie. 

 



Though I do remember when reading book 3 that I got annoyed that they had issues with their relationship again. I wanted more happy, they had too many issues. SO if we were to have more then I want FIRM TRUE happy ending.

 



They need that. I want them to have that so bad. Someday maybe. I do appreciate that the movie cut out one scene that was in the book. I was so mad at Peter. It was the scene at the beach. I’m glad they did something different. 

 



Same! All in all, cute teenage drama, I like her siblings, I like her dad, she should have made more cookies though. This girl loves to bake after all

 



A very cute relationship that seems impossible and makes me wish I had a Peter in school ;) And yessss, I adore her family. I LOVE Kitty’s mini little romance. That was a cute bonus side “drama”. Haha

 



Yes, same :) I do recommended this one, but do watch in order!

 

100% it needs to be watched in order. And I highly recommend the movies AND the books. They are all cute. They are similar, but do have some differences, but the heart is the same. 

 



Aye, the books are so adorable. The first made me happy

 



Me too! It was soooo cute. 

 



I do not really have more to say, cute was the word

 



Yess not much else to say without giving some big spoilers. I keep catching myself LOLLL. Yes - this is cute and it will make you wish you had a Peter! 



Lol, the end.

 

The end! :D 





Friday, 26 February 2021

The dragon republic by RF Kuang

Hardcover, 658 pages


Published August 8th 2019 by Harper Voyager


Series: The Poppy War #2


Fantasy


Own





I had been reading for 3 weeks, and sure it moved along, at a snails pace. It was never bad, but it was never good either. It felt like one big struggle, but not bad enough to dnf.




But enough is enough. I did not connect anymore, or care. But I also wanted to see what happens. But at the end I just wanted it done with and started skimming and that felt tough too.




I will give it an ok, because it is not bad. But I will certainly not read more.If someone want to spoil the end, go ahead. I am curious, but NOT curious enough to read more.





In the aftermath of the Third Poppy War, shaman and warrior Rin is on the run: haunted by the atrocity she committed to end the war, addicted to opium, and hiding from the murderous commands of her vengeful god, the fiery Phoenix. Her only reason for living is to get revenge on the traitorous Empress who sold out Nikan to their enemies.




With no other options, Rin joins forces with the powerful Dragon Warlord, who has a plan to conquer Nikan, unseat the Empress, and create a new Republic. Rin throws herself into his war. After all, making war is all she knows how to do.




But the Empress is a more powerful foe than she appears, and the Dragon Warlord’s motivations are not as democratic as they seem. The more Rin learns, the more she fears her love for Nikan will drive her away from every ally and lead her to rely more and more on the Phoenix’s deadly power. Because there is nothing she won’t sacrifice for her country and her vengeance.


Thursday, 25 February 2021

Lady Darcy's Bluestocking Club by Rosie Fairbanks

Kindle Edition, 330 pages


Published December 29th 2020


Series: Pride and Prejudice and Bluestockings #2


Pride and Prejudice Variation


Own






My reading lately have been slow, so I started with a PP novella, and now I read a PP book. I truly needed something that I can finish fast and enjoy.




Yes I admit, this was book 2, and yes I could read it without knowing, but I am so curious about events! Like how Lizzy and Darcy fell inlove here. Why Darcy does not speak to Bingley or Fitzwilliam anymore?! How Jane ended up marrying a Duke! How Kitty married Wickham, and Lydia is preggo by him, damn, scandal!




Though it was not as sweet as some. The Ton is right bastards towards Lizzy. Calling her a harlot, not just cutting her, but saying mean things, men and women whispering. Because they all think she seduced Darcy so he would marry her. She has a hard time. He has a hard time. But they do have each other.





And then at the end something happens, not to them, but something, and oh, now I want book 3 (which is not out), but I am so curious! I want to write spoilers but can not *sobs*




PP books always makes me happy






The newlyweds, Lord and Lady Darcy, struggle to take their proper place in London Society amidst rumours surrounding their rushed wedding. The present gossip is nothing compared to what would follow should anyone discover their secret. Their dreams of reforming the Bluestocking Club would shatter.




Insult after insult leaves the new bride terrified that she cannot fill her predecessor's shoes and that she will lose Darcy's love if she cannot charm London.





Easing the path of acceptance for Elizabeth proves arduous for Darcy after the betrayal of his two closest friends and past demons come back to haunt him.





Beset on every side, scandal breaks out, challenging everything they have come to hold dear.




Wednesday, 24 February 2021

Audio: Hit me with your best Scot by Suzanne Enoch

Book 3 in the Wild Wicked Highlanders serier


Narrated by Mhairi Morrison


Publication date Feb 9, 2021


Running time 11 hrs 1 min


Historical romance


To review





Coll needs a wife, but it is hard. English lasses faint at the sight of him, and if they do stay he is most likely to say something to cause offense. And he have to marry because else his mother will hold back the money he needs to keep his estate running.




In comes Persephone Jones, well known actress, and certainly not the English Lady Coll's mother wants him to marry. But they run across each other, sparks fly, and some things you can't hide from.




Sure I would have wanted Coll to understand at once that he should just marry her, and not be all, but she is an actress! But hey, his mother is scary so...




And there is danger too, someone is after Persephone




Danger, romance and happy endings. What more could one ask for! I enjoyed it (though I still think his sister should marry someone else ;)





The MacTaggert brothers have one task: Find English brides or lose their land!



Coll MacTaggert, Viscount Glendarril, is a big, brawny Highlander who doesn't like being told what to do—not even by his exasperated English mother who is determined to see her eldest son wedded and bedded. However, when he comes to the rescue of an irresistibly beautiful woman, Coll discovers that he may have found his perfect match . . .



The challenge isn't that Persephone Jones is famous, wealthy, independent, and smarter than anyone he knows.The problem is that she isn't interested in marrying any man—especially not a hot-headed Scot—even if he is the only man who seems to understand who she really is even when she's not sure herself. When Coll learns that Persephone is actually a lady-in-hiding and someone is willing to kill her for what she stands to inherit . . . Well, Coll has never been one to turn down a fight. When hearts are involved, nothing comes between a Highlander and his lady.

I really enjoyed this narrator. She had a nice Scottish brogue, and I really felt like I got to know all the characters.


Tuesday, 23 February 2021

TMST


 

Tell Me Something Tuesday is a weekly discussion post where bloggers discuss a wide range of topics from books and blogging to life in general. Weigh in and join the conversation by adding your thoughts in the comments. If you want to do your own post, grab the question and answer it on your blog. Feel free to leave your links in the comments if you are participating.


'

What books are you looking forward to reading in Spring 2021 (March - May)?



Oh you know I am bad at this. I have no idea! Is a new Briggs coming out? I think so. There is always a Briggs in March.



I have goodreads, thank you GR! But since I never know, I never long for anything. And it is my bday, yay me, so well there went my new books. The others must wait, perhaps until I order a bday present for S, or maybe until xmas. Sorry new books.


 


Monday, 22 February 2021

Carole's Monday: Haunted and Hexed

 



Author: 
Misty Bane
Title: Haunted And Hexed
(Blackwood Bay Witches #1)
Genre: Cozy Mystery, Paranormal, Fantasy
Format: ebook
Pages: 232 
Published: January 16th 2019
Where I Got It: My shelf (Amazon freebie)


Summary: 
Welcome to Blackwood Bay, where magic and murder have come out to play...

Okay, if that had been on the sign when I drove into town, I probably would’ve thrown it in reverse and kept the pedal to the floor until I made it safely back to Las Vegas. Probably.
Instead, I'd been lured in by the cute little beach town, a handful of instant friends, and a hunky local.

My name is Dru Rathmore Davis, and In my defense, my life had pretty much just fallen apart. So, after learning that I'd inherited a bookstore from a grandmother that I never even knew existed, I was desperate to make this my fresh start. I daydreamed of owning a quaint little bookstore and spending my weekends reading on the beach. Sounds great, right? And what could possibly go wrong?

Turns out, everything. The bodies start piling up along with my arrival in town, someone may have murdered Granny… and that’s only the beginning. As a former private investigator, I really can't help but find myself drawn (or pushed) into doing a little investigating of my own. It also helps that the Police Sergeant is super hot… cliché, I know, but what's a girl to do?

Things are much more complicated than they first appear though, and being new in town certainly has its disadvantages. No one is who they seem to be. Not even me.

The only ones I can trust are the dead. Well, and my cat. But none of them are talking. Or are they?


Review:
This was a freebie and I've been itching for a cozy mystery. 

We follow Dru has just inherited a bookstore from her grandmother she never knew. After her own life has pretty much fallen apart, she is excited for a fresh new start in a new town. However, things are not as they seem and the bodies start piling up and murder is starting to look like the cause. The only ones she can trust are the ghosts and the cat. 

This started off fun and I felt bad for Dru especially with all the twists and turns thrown at her. 

Which....I enjoyed the twists and turns at first....but then they kept coming. It got old esp when we learn about a secret about Dru's parents (no spoiler). Don't get me wrong...I love twists and turns, but there has to be a limit. For such a short story it seemed like the author was shoving so much into this that I really stopped caring. Maybe if some of these secrets were revealed in the next book? Somethings could have waited. I felt like it took away from the murders and from learning about our main character Dru. 

I want to love this town and these witches. Maybe book 2 will be better? Sighs. If I randomly stumble upon it maybe I'll give it a try. How many more reveals can we really get at this point!!

In the end, I'll give this 2 stars. It started off good, but the story seemed to get lost from all the big twists and turns. I want to know more about Dru and this town...so I'm not ruling out book 2.


  




Friday, 19 February 2021

Matching Pemberley by Rosie Fairbanks


Kindle Edition, 84 pages


Published February 12th 2021


Series: Matchmakers & Wallflowers #1


Pride and Prejudice variation


Own






I have been reading another book for 3 weeks, and getting nowhere. And then this one showed up, perfect! Totally what I needed. Honestly, there is nothing like a bit of pride and prejudice to finally get reading. I finished it in one sitting. Short and sweet





Elizabeth is the lady in this one and heir to Pemberley. Darcy is a bookseller who made good money via good friends. They meet, they do not have any pride and prejudice issues, but there is another thing. Collins, ugh, what an ahole. He is the danger here.





It is a short novella. But it packages some drama, some romance and a happily ever after (though I still wonder who...spoiler! But like who! it was not him was it? Oh no one knows what I am muttering, but yes I wonder, conspiracy!





I do need pride and prejudice variations. They help me over reading bumps. 







One would think that an heiress would have everything she wanted lying at her feet and a cadre of friends to ensure her happiness. However, one would be wrong. Lady Elizabeth Bennet secretly carries a devastating burden and, having spurned too many suitors, is a wallflower by choice. However, if she cannot find a match quickly, not even her money and title will save her from a fate worse than death.





William Darcy, a shopkeeper’s son and distant relation to the Darcy’s of Pemberley, never thought he would part of London’s society, but an unexpected friendship and a fortunate investment has thrust him into the bowels of fine society. It is not, perhaps a place he enjoys being, but it does afford him the prospect of finally restoring to his family what was once stolen.


There is, however, a rather pretty obstacle standing in his path. Lady Elizabeth, the woman with the unforgettable eyes, threatens to upend all of Darcy’s plans, while, unbeknownst to him, he poses a complication in her quest for security and safety. Can two rivals find a solution that brings them both what they want, or will one have to win at the other’s expense?


Thursday, 18 February 2021

Audio: Vacation Hell by Eve Langlais

 Narrated by: Rebecca Estrella


Series: Princess of Hell, Book 4


Length: 5 hrs and 44 mins


Release date: 02-07-17


Publisher: Tantor Audio


PNR Erotica


To review





These are amusing, even if I thought they would be pnr and erotica, cos as always, Muriel wants all the d*cks*.





Muriel feels compelled to go to the sea, and by now I realise the reason at once, she obvi needs a man of the sea. She fights her attraction, he fights his attraction, but obvi she will add a merman to her harem.





But she is so fun and kickass. And Lucifer, omg, love him. He is all bad, and nice to her, and so wicked. 





There is also some fighting, she does not spend all her time in bed after all. A big bad is coming and now I am so curious. It seems to actually find out how this ends you have to read book 6 or something in her next series! I need to know now! Things happen....not to Muriel though, she is happy with her harem.





I like Estrella's narration, she keeps it fun and upbeat because everyone here is just so weird. And she keeps the weird real.







Juggling a happily ever after is harder than it looks, especially when it involves a fallen angel who is my soul mate, a hunky cat shifter who stole my heart, and a darkly delicious vampire who is like that piece of forbidden chocolate you just can't resist. Add in a precocious little girl, who is totally spoiled rotten-not surprising given Nana and Poppa were Mother Earth and the Devil-and my life was a never-ending series of dramas, foot stomping, yelling, and tears. By me. I never knew being a grown-up could be so much damned work, which is why I decided we needed a vacation. But of course, as Lucifer's daughter, that didn't turn out as expected. Now I've got to figure out if my bathtub is big enough for a hunky merman-and is there room in my heart for one more?




Wednesday, 17 February 2021

Audio: The dream guy next door by Lauren Blakely

 Narrated by: Vanessa Edwin, Shane East


Length: 6 hrs and 38 mins


Release date: 11-30-20


Publisher: Audible Originals


Categories: Romance, Contemporary


To review





A sweet short audiobook, without any major drama. I really liked that.





January is a single mum living in a town with mostly women in it. She loves her job, she loves her life, she loves her daughter. Life is good.





In moves a hunky British neighbor, a single one. And the town is a buzz with talk, everyone wants a date with Liam.





They meet, they see sparks, they become friends (she fears he wants kids and all that and she is happy as she is now.)I liked they slow yet fast romance, they are just meant to be, and when they see it then they see it.





Cute romance





It had two narrators. I did like the male narrator cos his Liam accent was gooood. The female narrator gave Liam a weird posh accent, not as sexy. I liked both their January voices. I did like the two POV view, one chapter here, one chapter there. It does work so well 







Just my luck - my new next door neighbor is a unicorn. Yep, the British hottie is clearly a mythical man because - get this - he's a sexy, witty, charming, big-hearted single dad. Who, wait for it, wants to find Mrs. Right and get hitched. He’s a once-in-a-blue-moon kind of man, and it’s a darn shame I’m not on the market. If I were, his accent alone would melt me. Add in the fact that he's a veterinarian, and my animal-loving heart would be flip flopping.



But my heart's on the mend. I'm a single parent like him, and raising my teenage daughter is my top priority. Plus, falling for a guy who shares your property line is a line you shouldn’t cross. Still, I'm an outgoing gal, so I do the neighborly thing and offer to be his dating insider. Surely, I can help this small town’s most eligible bachelor ever navigate his way through all the fantastic single ladies eager to make his acquaintance.



What could possibly go wrong in helping the dream guy next door find his one true love?



So I set him up on one date, two dates, three dates -- and I’m about to find out exactly how dangerous my offer is.


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