Sylvain Reynard releases Teaser #2…

WoW! Have you been able to check out SR’s new Teaser Tuesday yet?!?

It’s the second part of the cover reveal and includes a new teaser sentence as well. I think I’m going to FLOVE this cover even more than the 1st one. Loving the smoky, misty swirls and the colors.

As for that sentence? If that doesn’t make you feel all swoony and weak in the knees?!? Then baby there’s something bad wrong with you.

You can check it out on his website and leave him a comment 🙂

O…now we gotta wait a whole week again? *passes out tissues*

Be strong ladies…be strong!

Tamie Xo

Elena reviews: Until You by Judith McNaught (Westmoreland #3)


New York Times  bestselling author Judith McNaught  sweeps readers from the wilds of America to elegant 1820s London in this unforgettable romantic adventure.

A teacher in a school for wealthy young ladies, Sheridan Bromleig  is hired to accompany one of hers students, heiress Charise Lancaster, to England to meet her fiancĂ©. When her charge elopes with a stranger, Sheridan wonders how she will ever explain it to Charise’s intended, Lord Burleton.

Standing on the pier, Stephen Westmoreland, the Earl of Langford, assumes the young woman coming toward him is Charise Lancaster–and informs her of his inadvertent role in a fatal accident involving Lord Burtleton the night before. And just as Sheridan is about to speak, she steps into the path of a cargo net loaded with crates.

Sheridan awakens in Westmoreland’s mansion with no memory of who she is; the only hint of her past is the puzzling fact that everyone calls her Miss Lancaster. All she truly knows is that she is falling in love with a handsome English earl, and that the life unfolding before her seems full of wondrous possibilities…

This book is the third of the Westmoreland series and focuses on  Stephen Westmoreland, the Earl of Langford, whom we previously met in Whitney, My Love ( of which you can read my review here)  and who’s Clayton’s brother.  I quickly grew fond of his character when we were first introduced to him and so it was a great pleasure to see that Judith McNaught decided to give him a story of his own in  Until You.

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