• Reviews

    Elsie Silver’s Reckless Review

    Thank you to Elsie Silver, Bloom, NetGalley, and Raincoast for the Bloom re-release edition of Reckless. We have reached the moment of my Chestnut Springs re-read that I have been waiting for! I was so excited to revisit the instalment that was my favourite the first time through. Of course, it remains so on my second, in which I just let myself read this in one sitting on Sunday morning and it is just so damn perfect. He’s scorching-hot trouble wrapped up in a drool-worthy package. And he’s looking at her like she might be his next meal. Theo Silva. Rowdy bull rider. Notorious ladies’ man. Winter Hamilton knows exactly what…

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    Elsie Silver’s Powerless Review

    Thank you to Elsie Silver, Raincoast, and Bloom for the copy of the new Bloom edition of Powerless, the third story in the Chestnut Springs series. I adored Jasper and Sloane’s story the first time, the second time made me never want their road trip to end. Two childhood friends. Two broken hearts. One impromptu road trip to get away from everything. That’s all this was supposed to be. Afterall, I’ve been living in the friend zone for years now. But hockey heartthrob Jasper Gervais isn’t looking at me like a friend anymore. And he isn’t touching me like one either. To his fans, he’s the handsome, talented athlete on TV.…

  • ARC Reviews,  Reviews

    Elsie Silver’s Hopeless ARC Review

    Thank you to Elsie Silver and her team for the advance reader copy of Hopeless, the fifth and final instalment in the Chestnut Springs series. This book is a masterpiece, a culmination of everything so great about Chestnut Springs! Beau Eaton is the town prince, a handsome military hero with a tortured past. I’m the outcast bartender, a shy girl from the wrong side of the tracks. He’s thirty-five and all man, and I’m twenty-two and all… virgin. He’s also my fiancé. Correction: my fake fiancé. We start out as a bet. He doesn’t believe that anyone holds my last name against me. So he offers me his to prove a…

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    Elsie Silver’s Heartless Review

    Thank you to Elsie Silver, Bloom Books, and Raincoast for the advance reader copy of Heartless, the second book in the Chestnut Springs series. The first time I read through the first few Chestnut Springs books I got super attached to Willa and Cade. The second time through I loved them even more! He’s the grumpy cowboy single dad and she’s the sunshine nanny, who won’t be able to help but fall for him and his little boy. Working as a nanny for the world’s grumpiest single dad should be simple…except she can’t keep her eyes off him. And he can’t keep his hands off her. Cade Eaton is thirteen years…

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    Elsie Silver’s Flawless Review

    Thank you to Elsie, Raincoast and Sourcebooks for the advance reader copy of Flawless, the traditional re-release of the first book in the Chestnut Springs series. I am so excited to help celebrate this book re-entering the world in this pretty pink package. I liked Flawless my first time though, the second time through just hit different. Maybe knowing the characters and this world better just made me appreciate this story even more. The rules were keep his hands off his agent’s daughter and stay out of trouble. But now he’s stuck with her. There’s only one bed. And well, rules are made to be broken. Rhett Eaton is the face…

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