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Blog Tour - Sweet and Clean Romance Collection

Sweet and Clean Romance Collection

Ok clean romance lovers these books are for you!! Trifecta Books is excited to announce their new line of short contemporary romance novels for e-book. The Sweet and Clean Romance Collection will melt your heart and sweep you off your feet. There are currently four books out with many more titles coming soon.   

Hearts in Harmony and Something Blue

I'm really excited today to tell you about some amazing new books from Trifecta Books. Each of these sweet books are clean and full of a really cute romance. I enjoyed reading each and every one of them.

And Something BlueAnd Something Blue by Paige Timothy (Main Street Merchants #1) Bridal consultant Laurie Fletcher spends her days helping others prepare for the most special day of their lives. Will true love ever come her way, or is she doomed to watch others get their happily ever after?

My Review: This was a fun book, the start of a new series. I loved all of the girls you meet in this book. The girls are mostly roommates of Laurie, and I can't wait to get to know each of them in their own stories. I loved the flow of this book. The plot just seemed to work and be really sweet, just what you want in a quick, easy read. I thought that the characters were really well done, and I love how the little town and Main Street itself almost become characters as well. If you're a fan of clean romance you won't want to miss this fun new series!


For Love or MoneyFor Love And Money by Paige Timothy (Main Street Merchants #2) Cynical Morgan has just about decided that no one could possibly fall in love with her - all the good guys want perfect girls, and she's anything but perfect. But then along comes the guy who falls head-over-heels in love with her just as she is and helps her find the bright side of life again.

My Review: This was a really fun one too. I loved Morgan and the bank. I really loved just how clueless she really was about love and being in it. She thought all she had to do was see the right person and bang! What she didn't realize was that sometimes you need to open your eyes and look around. I thought that it was really fun how you saw some of the same things that happened in Laurie's story here, just through Morgan's eyes this time. I really enjoyed her viewpoint. I thought the plot of this one was fun and cute too! Can't wait for more of this sweet series!


Hearts in Harmony  Hearts in Harmony by Raine Gillespie (Love Notes #1) Elahna Nezario gave up her musical dreams to help run the Queen of Hearts, her mother’s chocolate shop, after her sister’s sudden death. After an unfortunate run-in with Elahna’s childhood crush, owner of the Dolce Theater, not only do her dreams surge back to life, but so does her heart.

My review: In all honesty, this book was the one of the four that took me the longest amount of time to get into. It's not that I didn't like it, it's just that the beginning was maybe just a bit slow. I really did like Elahna, it seemed as though she had some of the very worst luck possible at the beginning. As the story goes along and I understood more of exactly what was going on, I liked the story more and more. I also really liked Timothy, at the beginning he kind of seems cruel, but by the end he had really grown on me. The characters in this book are well written and the plot was good. I am excited to read more about some of the other characters in this book as the series goes along.


Waltzing on Wheels  Waltzing on Wheels by Raine Gillespie (Love Notes #2) Meredith Aaron lost all hope for love after a car accident put her in a wheelchair. Who would want her, broken as she is? After her brother tells her to save a dance for him at his wedding, she decides to somehow learn how to dance on the only legs she has left—her wheels.

My review: This book was super cute. I loved the spunky Meredith. I loved how there was no way she was going to let her brother, Timothy,  tell her that she couldn't dance at his wedding. I love the way that she learns to dance in her wheelchair, she really is an amazing character! I also liked Kyler. What I really thought was fun was that Meredith knew Kyler, she just didn't know that she did. I love the way that he's able to see past her need for a wheelchair to the girl underneath. Such a great book, I can't wait to read more in this series!

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  1. I had many of the same thoughts and feelings in my review of these books! :)

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