My Life, Word of the Week

Where in the World…. Have I Traveled?

Good Evening, Friends,

I hope your week has gone well so far. I am sitting here thinking of all the sunny warm places I have been (while I look at the snow piling up again outside, lol) and thought I would share with you the places I have been. Over the weeks coming up I will take each place individually but I thought I would list them and see if there is a specific place any of you would like me to start with.

I have traveled some of the United States. I have been from Maine down to Florida. I have traveled through Canada to get into Michigan. I have been to Kentucky, Wisconsin, and Arizona. Outside of the USA I have been to Ireland, Italy, Germany, France, the Caribbean, Greece and Turkey. Each place is filled with history, stories, memories, good times…. Not to mention to Nineteenth Century Georgia, Nienteenth Century West, 1920’s NYC, 1930’s Texas, Future USA (You can thank my overactive imagination for those!)

Where have you traveled? I would love to hear about the palces.

 

Peace,

Kymberli

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Book Review

A Duke’s Promise book review

background- http://www.woophy.com/forum/12_2562_3.htmlLady Alexandria is so close to finding her parents. The latest clues are sending her to Italy and the marble caves of Carrara. Gabriel, Duke of St. Easton, is with her now, by her side as they race against time and enemies- old and new ones. There are dangers on all sides and Alex and Gabriel must learn to work together or risk losing everything.

 

This story has kept my glued to the pages since the very beginning with The Guardian Duke, through The Forgiven Duke and as the story came to a close with this book. A Duke’s Promise starts right where The Forgiven Duke ends. It is filled with grand adventures (a hot air balloon!), friends and enemies (sometimes you’re not sure who is on what side), and very determined people (for good or for bad). I was happy with how the story came to a close. Jamie Caries made quite a build-up with two previous books and I was really hoping I wouldn’t be disappointed. I was not! This was a great ending to a great trilogy.

 

*I received this book free from B&H Publishing Group in exchange for my honest review. The thoughts I have expressed are entirely my own.*