#FlashbackFriday Books I reviewed in May over 5 years #BookReviews

It’s the first Friday of May and I’m using the idea of Kerry @ Chat About Books to look back at the books I was reading in May in 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017 & 2016. Click on the red titles to read my reviews. 2020 A Song for Summer by Eva Ibbotson 2019 The Sapphire Widow byContinue reading “#FlashbackFriday Books I reviewed in May over 5 years #BookReviews”

His Castilian Hawk by Anna Belfrage #RBRT #TuesdayBookBlog

For bastard-born Robert FitzStephan, being given Eleanor d’Outremer in marriage is an honour. For Eleanor, this forced wedding is anything but a fairy tale. Robert FitzStephan has served Edward Longshanks loyally since the age of twelve. Now he is riding with his king to once and for all bring Wales under English control. Eleanor d’Outremer—NoorContinue reading “His Castilian Hawk by Anna Belfrage #RBRT #TuesdayBookBlog”

BURIED TREASURE: is not always what it seems by Gilli Allan #BookReview #RBRT

Their backgrounds could hardly be further apart, their expectations in life more different. And there is nothing in the first meeting between the conference planner and the university lecturer which suggests they should expect or even want to connect again. But they have more in common than they could ever have imagined. Both have unresolvedContinue reading “BURIED TREASURE: is not always what it seems by Gilli Allan #BookReview #RBRT”