Sunday, March 3, 2024

Coming Attractions & Giveaway - - March 2024


It's March! Wait, what? March? How did that happen? Somebody needs to slow this train down. Don't they know how many books I have to read? Pretty sure you can all relate!

Here's what's happening on the blog this month. 

We launch the month on Friday, March 1 with a review of Hope Holloway's The Chocolate Shop on Amelia Island. This closed-door romance that's the fifth book in Holloway's Seven Sisters series is strong on family, humor, and heart. 

Tuesday, March 5 brings Santa's review of Lady Charlotte Always Gets Her Man, a witty historical romcom by Violet Marsh.

I'll be sharing my thoughts about Every Single Secret by Christina Dodd on Wednesday, March 6. I'm excited to dive into another twisty thriller by one of my favorite authors. 

Thursday, March 7 brings a tour review of Kilt Trip by Alexandra Kiley. I'm enjoying this charming, and surprisingly emotional, contemporary romance set in Scotland.

Be sure to check out my review of This Could be Us by Kennedy Ryan on Monday, March 11. I'm always guaranteed an emotional ride when I pick up one of Ryan's book. 

Tuesday, March 12 brings a review of Lady Codebreaker by K.D. Alden. I'm eager to read this historical fiction novel based on the true story of a woman who used her codebreaking skills to upend Prohibition gangsters and WWII Nazis. 

Stop in on Tuesday, March 19 for my review of The Love Remedy by Elizabeth Everett. I'm a fan of Everett's Victorian romances. This one pairs a lady apothecary with a stoic private investigator. 

Thursday, March 21 brings a review of Cut the Cake by Leigh Duncan. This sweet contemporary romance is a retitled reissue of A Simple Wedding, originally published by the now defunct Hallmark Publishing. Cut the Cake is book one in Duncan's Heart's Landing trilogy and will now be available to purchase or download from Kindle Unlimited. 

I'm so excited to read Can't We Be Friends: A Novel of Ella Fitzgerald and Marilyn Monroe by Eliza Knight and Denny S. Bryce. Stop by on Friday, March 22 to read my review.

Santa returns on Tuesday, March 26 with a review of A Governess's Guide to Passion and Peril by Manda Collins. I love the blend of mystery and romance in Collins' novels.

I'll be sharing my thoughts about Wilde for You by Jennifer Ryan on Wednesday, March 27. This second book in Ryan's Dark Horse Dive Bar series had me eagerly turning pages from start to finish. 

Cathy Maxwell's One Dangerous Night kept me up reading most of the night and changing my mind about two secondary characters from previous books. Stop by on Thursday, March 28 to read my review. 

We're rounding out the month on Friday, March 29 with a review of Falling for Alaska by Belle Calhoune. This is book one in Calhoune's new trilogy about three brothers who return to the small Alaska town where they spent their childhood. 

What are you looking forward to this month?

One randomly chosen person posting a comment before 11:00 PM, March 5 will receive print copies of Game On and The Love Con by Seressia Glass.

One randomly chosen person posting a comment before 11:00 PM, March 5 will receive a print copy of The Duke's All That by Christina Britton. 

*U.S. only
*Must be 18


  1. Wonderful list and several new to me authors. Thanks for a March to look forward to.

  2. A good mix of authors I haven't read and several old favorites: Cathy Maxwell, Belle Calhoun, Jennifer Ryan and Leigh Duncan.
    Thanks for sharing!
    Happy March!

  3. Looks like March is going to be a great month for reading. I'm looking forward to the nicer weather. My green thumb is itching to get dirty.

  4. So many wonderful books this month!! I’m looking forward to the new Jennifer Ryan story!

  5. So many great books this month! I’m really looking forward to A Governess's Guide to Passion and Peril by Manda Collins and This Could Be Us by Kennedy Ryan

  6. I'm most looking to every Single secret bt Christina Dodd!

  7. Looking forward to these, and also, Erin Nicholas kicks off a new contemporary royals series writing as Erin Nicolle with Reluctantly Royal on March 14. Beth Bolden's The Play, which concludes her amazing m/m football series, releases March 6. Can't wait!

  8. The Manda Collins books looks good, and I enjoy Belle Calhoune's books. You have quite the lineup. I am also looking forward to spring break and spending Easter with my family.

  9. Hi PJ! Happy Sunday! I'm looking forward to If You Hate Me, by Helena Hunting! Hockey! :-)

  10. Patricia Bennett BarberMarch 3, 2024 at 8:42 PM

    All great books coming out. Can't wait to read Jennifer her!!

  11. Amazing books. Lady Charlotte and Lady Codebreaker interest me greatly. So many wonderful choices.

  12. So many great books coming out this month!! I'm looking forward to reading some of them - especially the historicals!

  13. Can't We Be Friends is a book I have been looking forward to. It shows an interesting facet of Marilyn Monroe that few of us have heard of. Christina Dodd is a favorite author and I need to catch up on her books. Lady Codebreaker sounds like another in a line of good WWII books coming out. I enjoy Kathy Maxwell. Kilt Trip fits with my love of all things Scottish and sounds good.