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‘She was a woman who had everything in the world at her fingertips and yet seemed so…miserable and lonely. She seemed so lost.’

Wow, this is how you end a series. Devney Perry really saved the best till last. Whilst we’ve cried more and felt more emotional from an overwhelming sadness in the previous book in this series, Tinsel had such an impact on us. Tinsel really ticked all the boxes for embracing life lessons, learning to love yourself as well as romance and love conquering all barriers. Just perfection. We felt everything Dakota and Sofia went through together as well as individually and the character growth and inner turmoil was vividly written, ensuring we experienced their journey alongside them. The story was paced to perfection with excellent character and storyline development.

‘I wanted her to feel like she mattered, at least for one night.’

First impressions are hard to shake when they’re not exactly glowing with positivity. None more so than the impression we had of Sofia Kendrick. Spoilt rich girl drifting through life with no purpose or much consideration for others. However, when we experienced her life through her eyes we understood that the deep rooted need to ‘be seen’ stemming from her childhood led to a craving for affection and love. Something she’d lacked leaving her to feel lonely. So very lonely, that she clings to any attention she gets confusing it with love, being hurt more often than not. Her journey had us falling in love with her and rooting for her to receive inner peace and happiness.

‘The minute her doe eyes met mine, my heart squeezed. Those crying eyes. They were going to ruin me.’

Sometimes you’ve got to hit rock bottom in order to find yourself and your purpose; to grow as a woman, in Sofia’s case. Sometimes you need help and guidance or even an interfering but helping hand from another. Guidance can come from where you least expect and when Sofia ends up helping out in Thea’s bar in Lark Cove, Montana when Thea and her brother Logan take a trip to Paris she ends facing not only a complete change of life but also the mysterious Dakota Magee.

‘Dakota Magee wasn’t a good man. He was the good man. I doubted I’d ever find another who would live up to his standards….His moral fiber ran so deep it was ingrained in his very being. With him, there were no games. No tricks. No ulterior motives. He was just pure and honest.’

Dakota was a wonderful character with a story of his own to tell. Multifaceted and so very intriguing, we loved how this man dared to be different whilst suffering the heart-breaking consequences. When we fight to be who we were meant to be we can often face some difficult decisions to achieve inner happiness. Dakota charmed us, inspired is and made us fall in love.

Sofia Kendrick was a sweet creature. The sweetest I’d ever tasted.’

Tinsel was such a beautiful love story we felt every word as Sofia and Dakota both were lost in their own destiny being it the right or the wrong path. Both at a crossroads in their own respective ways. Emotionally written with such an inspiring message. Tender, romantic, heartfelt and sexy. As tear-jerking as it was sweet. Self-doubt can be debilitating but with love and compassion comes hope and strength that we are enough. Enough for the one who counts. We are more than what another’s opinion is.

 ‘Be bold. Find your magic. Chase the impossible.’


Sofia Kendrick has always cherished her tiara. As the youngest daughter of a wealthy New York family, she’s lived the life of an American princess. But after two scandalous divorces and a breakup smear her name across the society rags, the shine from her crown has dulled. People call her superficial, even gaudy.

She’s nothing more than tinsel.

Desperate for escape and starving for peace, Sofia heads to Montana for a holiday weekend with her brother. But she doesn’t get the relaxing vacation she planned. Instead, she’s put to work in a bar alongside Dakota Magee—a man who does not want her help. A man who is set on teaching her a few lessons about real life and hard work. But Sofia has a couple of life lessons of her own to teach. Like how to fall in love.

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  1. Amanda Ruane said:

    Thank you, Ladies, for putting out so many book reviews. I am enjoying them very much but I really hope you don’t get sick of reading. I read so many books last year I am taking it easy this year. Anyway, Thank you so much. I look forward to seeing your future reviews. Enjoy reading.
    With great affection,


  2. TotallyBookedBlog Post author said:

    Thank you so much Amanda! Oh don’t worry, we won’t ever stop reading haha Funny enough – we had a memory pop up for January 4 years ago and we read 25 books that month in that year – this year it was 12 – so we’ve slowed down a lot reading wise haha We’ve read some beauties already this year.
    Thanks again for the lovely message! Happy reading and big hugs.
    Jenny and Gitte xoxo


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