The Week Ahead July 30-August 4

Here’s a sneak peek of what’s going to be posted this week on Book Reviews & More by Kathy:

This week’s book reviews:

July 30The Cowboy and the Princess by Lori Wilde (New Release)
July 30A Scandalous Affair by Karen Erickson (New Release)
July 31Can’t Hurry Love by Molly O’Keefe (New Release)
August 2Call Me Wild by Robin Kaye (Upcoming Release)
August 2Freefall by Susan Rae
August 3Big Sky Mountain by Linda Lael Miller (New Release)

Tuesday July 31: Guest Blog by Cindy Nord & contest for No Greater Glory.

Winning Wednesdays (August 1st) eBooks up for grabs are:

Ink Lust by Jayne Kingston
Breaking Brodix by Anne Rainey
The British Devil by Greg Hogben

Click here for more info on entering the eBook contest.

Thursday August 2: Blog Tour Stop and contest for Freefall by Susan Rae

This week’s Friday’s Feature is a Blog Tour stop and Guest Blog by New York Times Bestselling author Linda Lael Miller.

This week’s Saturday Series Spotlight is Lorelei James’ Blacktop Cowboys and contest for one of the books in the series (winner’s choice).

Winning Wednesday’s contest winner will be announced Saturday August 4th

This week’s Saturday Spotlight winner will be announced Tuesday August 7th.

Have a great week!!

***All the eBooks in this week’s Winning Wednesday and Saturday Series Spotlight giveaways have been purchased by Book Reviews & More by Kathy.***

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  1. Eileen

    Good week Kathy! Love the new look to your page.

  2. Tiss

    Looking forward to checking out everything this coming week. Thanks Kathy. Like the new look!

  3. Timitra

    The week ahead looks really good…looking forward to reading all posts especially the Saturday series post!

  4. Heather E

    I’ve overloaded myself on cowboys heading into the Reno Rodeo which is the start of Cowboy Christmas. My daughter and I attended the even and nearly swooned at all the handsome cowboys (even found one that could have been a McKay!). I read every cowboy in my library, somewhere around 20. HOWEVER- I am SO excited about One Night Rodeo that I think I can suffer through one more. Can’t wait until Saturday 🙂