Posts Tagged ‘Nichole Van’


Gladly Beyond

   Posted by: Kristina   in Romance, Time Travel

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Crazy Claire Raythorn is anything but crazy; however, that title seems to follow her everywhere she goes after one tiny incident involving a cheating man.    Trying to repair her reputation and start a new life, Claire accepts a job interview in Florence, Italy.  Only to Claire’s disbelief, not only has she been invited to the meeting, but also her cheating ex and one other playboy- Dante D’Angelo.

Dante D’Angelo is a triplet, and the three brothers share a secret and a curse that only their family knows about. This curse has led all the other D’Angelo men mad and forced them to an early death.  However, the curse was forced to change when the three brothers were born.  The curse, or their GUT as the boys call it, has been quite helpful in keeping their pockets lined and the family well provided for.  There’s only one problem, Dante is unable to see Claire the same way he see’s everybody else.  She’s untouched by his curse.

Claire is just beginning to feel somewhat normal, as long as she ignores the stalker that has made himself a permanent fixture in her life.  Warning bells begin to go off and threaten her sanity again when a man in a green suit keeps popping up in her selfies. Unfortunately, the man in the green suit could be Dante’s identical twin.  Before she goes completely mad, Claire must confront Dante and find out what’s really going on.

Together Dante and Claire are in a race against time: past, present and future.  With the help of the three brothers and their talents they must find the answers to so many questions that keep throwing themselves at them.  Everything is changing and someone isn’t who they claim to be.  Brought together by chance they find that they are interconnected through time.

This happens to be my second book I’ve read by Nichole Van in a very short period of time, and I can’t get enough of her writing.  Once I started reading her I had to stop everything and just keep reading.  She hooks you from line one.  There is so much going on with developed characters, intense story lines, and historical facts you can’t helped but to be captivated.  I will keep looking for more books from Nichole Van and I know I won’t be disappointed.

I received a free ecopy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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Spring in Hyde Park (Timeless Regency Collection Book 3)


A Happy Accident

Jennifer Moore

Jonathan Burles, questioned his decision even as he found himself slowing his horse down to pull over to help the two people trying to pull their carriage from the mud.  It was pouring rain and everybody was soaked to the bone.  Sending the servant for help, the soon to be Marquess of Spencer, stayed with the woman trying to stay dry in the comfort of the carriage.  Little does he know that one decision would lead to a very upset father and a forced marriage?  Maryann Croft couldn’t be more embarrassed by her father’s outrage and threats, with no other choice but to settle down as the new wife to the Marquess of Spencer she figured she should make the best of the situation, while trying to keep her family’s secret from her new husband.  Jonathan and Maryann were strangers, but now they have no other choice but to get to know each other, and maybe if they are lucky, find love in Hyde Park.


The Disdainful Duke

G.G. Vandagriff

Lady Saphronia Huffington has firm strong beliefs in subjects that tend to be suited more for the gentleman of the Ton.  Content with standing on the sidelines next to her beautiful younger sister, Saphronia finds that she is unable to resist the deep conversations and arguments with the dashingly handsome rogue, Duke of Mayfield.  When her sister, Lady Lavinia become engaged to his brother, Lord Gilbert Caldwell the Duke and Saphronia find that they are thrown together more and more, and the sparks are flying.  When an accident almost takes Saphronia’s life, the Duke realizes that he could never live without the spirit, her wit, or her beauty.


An Invisible Heiress

Nichole Van

What do you do when you are a young single woman that’s inherited a very successful business from your father?  You propose marriage to an unsuspecting stranger and try to talk him into letting you purchase him, of course.  Colin Radcliffe is more than shocked when the young Miss Belle Heartstone meets him in a park with a list of reasons why he should agree to her proposal.  The Marquess of Blake may be hurting for money, but he’s not so desperate to marry the first title hungry heiress that comes along.  Through a face alias, Belle helps to fund Colin’s 0business venture overseas, and through letters and time, Belle finds that she has fallen                 madly in love with a man who believes her to be an old man and silent business partner.  Once Colin realizes the truth, can he overcome the betrayal and see the beautiful and smart woman in front of him?

I love these Timeless Regency Collections. They are able to capture an amazing story in a short amount of time.  I feel the authors are always chosen wisely and I continue to look forward to reading each one that I’ve come across.  The regency period has always been my favorite, and these collections never disappoint.  I especially loved the letters that were shared in An Invisible Heiress, it’s been a long time since I’ve read a story written that way, and I loved it.

I received a free ecopy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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