Since September ( The Bourbon Books 2) By Allison Martine

Wonderful review of Since September!

Echoes In An Empty Room

Most brides dream of planning every last detail of their wedding. Not Olivia Markham. She’d been down the aisle once already and regretted that decision, along with every other judgment call connected with her unfaithful ex.

But she also never planned on falling for Adam Burkhardt, who proposed sooner than anyone could have guessed.So when Adam suggests letting their mothers suss out the particulars for their big day, Olivia agrees, hoping it will assuage their mothers’ trepidation towards their upcoming union.

She even relents to having a bachelorette weekend, for the sake of her friends.Olivia shall endure more nuptial nonsense and play bride once again.They should have eloped.

My Thoughts:

This is book 2 in the Bourbon books series and is just as good as the first. If you haven’t read Dibs you really need to first to get an idea of Adam’s and Olivia’s relationship, in this story we…

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dibs: The Bourbon Books By Allison Martine

Beautiful review of “dibs,” now a 2020 Kindle Book Awards Finalist.

Echoes In An Empty Room

Not tonight, Olivia. Olivia’s ex-husband shut her down so many times before the cheating bastard left her that Olivia lost count. She didn’t realize she’d also lost the ability to banter, interpret body language, or accept that a man could find her desirable. None of that should matter when she leaves for a two-week training for her new job with the Ranchers, an outdoorsy nonprofit, but when her co-worker adds ‘halter top’ and ‘bikini’ to the official pack list, she has no idea what to expect on this trip.

It certainly wasn’t a perky blonde roommate who thinks their training is like spring break, but with a paycheck. It wasn’t the after-hours hot tub. It absolutely wasn’t the man with a rumble for a laugh who shows up on her flight and introduces himself as the colleague she didn’t know would be her companion for the next two weeks.


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Review: Since September – Allison Martine

Speechless! Thank you, Alice!

Alice and Her Bookshelf

My rating: 4.5/5 stars

Olivia has been down the isle already (regrettably) and has no interest in planning another wedding. She never planned on falling for Adam who proposed way quicker than anyone would have guessed. When Adam suggests getting their mothers to plan the wedding to encourage them to support the sudden decision, Olivia agrees. But maybe they should have eloped after all?…

My thoughts

Since September is the second novel in the Bourbon Books series. I reviewed the first novel in the series back in July (find my review for Dibshere) and fell in love with the characters. I was thrilled when Allison reached out to me to ask if I wanted a copy of the second novel in the series in exchange for an honest review.

This novel flowed so seamlessly from Dibs that I could not tell I had…

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End of Summer Releases

Excited to see “Since September” featured in Kirsti’s Bedside Book Review!

Bedside Book Review

What’s new on the scene for the end of this strange summer of 2020?

As the summer begins to wind down, for some of us (who live in Scotland) quicker than others, I thought I’d start a New Releases feature. I’ll feature 8 new books that have recently or are about to be published. Most of them are by independent authors, some releasing their first books, others releasing a second and one or two by more established authors. I haven’t read or reviewed any of these books, I just wanted to share with you some new authors and titles that are out there for your reading pleasure.

Mendicant (Song of the Sword Book 2) by Brain Shotton

In the shadows of New Orleans, evil hunts children. And Dee, a one-time Voodoo princess, has discovered why. There is a dark connection between the missing boys and the church. It is a…

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