This winter I’ve become fascinated by the Danish concept of hygge, or coziness. Growing up in Maine, curling up with a hot cup of tea and a good book was how I kept my sanity with three feet of snow on the ground. It turns out the Danish had a very similar idea. Even though I’m spending the winter in Florida this year, I still love books that inspire a feeling of coziness. Here are four novels that have made me feel cozy and warm inside even if it was miserable outside. Continue reading “4 Cozy Romances to Read Before Spring”
I’m a firm believer that no one is helpless in making the world a better place. I try to help as much as I can, which is why I started the Read for a Better World program.
And I’m always excited in finding other people doing the same thing. So I was ecstatic when Alisha Gallant told me about Falling for Them: A New Adult Reverse Harem Collection.
This collection has 10 reverse harem stories, with a total of 109 pages, for only $1.99. This includes a story from New York Times bestselling author C.L. Stone. It’s an amazing deal.
All profits go to charity.
While they don’t say which charity in the description for legal reasons, Alisha told me the charity is St. Jude’s Memorial Hospital, which is an outstanding cause. It was also the deciding factor on me buying it or not. I’ve been curious about reverse harem for a long time, and this collection seems like a great place to start.
I haven’t read any, so I cannot give my own opinion of the quality of the content, but I trust Alisha’s judgment. Also, out of 38 reviews on Amazon, it has 4.1 out of 5 stars.
These are from some of the top reviews:
I’m always looking for RH stories that have an actual plot and these did not disappoint. This anthology had something for everyone and the overwhelming majority were really well written. The positives way outweigh the few negatives that I had, so I feel good in leaving a five star review.– Kindle Customer
I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book that was given to me by Rebecca Royce. The anthology as a pure delight to read and I can’t wait to get to read another one, or other books by the authors who participated in its creation. — Sandra Hould
These are full on love stories and should not be mistaken with just being about sex. They are all about the women being safe, protected and loved. These tales are intense with satisfying romance, just with more than just one man.– Ann Chapatte
Whether you want to read reverse harem or you’re looking for an easy, fun way to Read for a Better World, please check out Falling for Them.
Note: No links in this post are affiliate links. I’m just really excited to share this.
Do you know of others doing social good through books? Let me know in the comments.