• Review: Perfect for You Sunshine Creek Vinyard

    Candis Terry is a one click author for me. She is perfect escapism reading. Her characters never take themselves too seriously and despite that, her novels manage to appeal to the heart, stimulate the hormones and continuously fall into the irresistible...

  • Review: Gardenia

    For me the cover to this one says it all. I was so excited to read this story about a girl who knew how long everyone had to live. It sounded exciting and wondrous but what I found was a slow story with almost no real direction. I ended up putting it...

  • Review: My Fair Duchess A Dukes Behaving Badly Novel, #5

    Society will never be the same when a wild child shakes up the structured world of a man on a mission. Ms. Frampton brings humorous charm and seasoned class to a scenario done many times. "My Fair Duchess" is a twist on an old gem that develops a life...

  • Review: Hometown Cowboy Rocky Mountain Riders, #1

    Well where have I been – How have I missed getting to know Sara Richardson. Welcome to a wondrous story about love and family and finding your way. Welcome to Sara Richardson’s new series – Rocky Mountain Riders – HOMETOWN COWBOY. Powerfully real and...

  • Review: The Bastard Billionaire Billionaire Bad Boys, #3

    “The Bastard Billionaire” by Jessica Lemmon, is one of those stories that you know is going to tug at your heart-strings, especially after the emotional scene at the end of the previous story. I love the sensitivity and determination displayed by Eli’s...

  • Review: No Other Highlander The McKennas, #2

    I loved this book! I loved this interesting couple. Malcolm McKenna and Joan Armstrong were so different and yet they had a true connection. I adored Malcolm! He was so loving and indulgent toward his family, whereas Joan was almost afraid of showing...

  • Review: Death by Chocolate Lab Lucky Paws Petsitting Mystery, #1

    "Death by Chocolate Lab" is about Daphne, a free-spirited pet sitter, who stumbles across the dead body of her sister's ex-boyfriend. With her sister being the prime suspect, Daphne must find the real murderer before her sister goes down for it. I had...

  • Review: Sunrise Canyon The New American Series, #1

    SUNRISE CANYON by Janet Dailey is beset with a group of folk with challenging lives. Some will rise to the occasion and walk away a better person. Others not so. War vets with noticeable scars evidence of going through hell and yet still alive. Then there...

  • Review: Puppy Love

    This is my second book by Kelly Moran and I am impressed. Her stories are heartfelt. Her characters are like family. She speaks to the heart with her brand of good-natured down home love stories. “Puppy Love” is such a sweet story. There is nothing more...

  • Review: Passion Favors the Bold Royal Rewards, #2

    “Passion Favors the Bold” is the second book in Theresa Romain’s Royal Rewards series. This spirited romance is charming, witty and engaging, and romance readers won’t want to miss out on this delightful story. The heroine, Georgette, is independent,...

  • Review: The Game Begins: An Introduction R. Caine High School Book 1

    Author Victoria Danann is at it again! This enchanting book is the beginning of a tale about the Gods of Old, their devious games, and the innocent children who are caught up in their shenanigans. It’s the brilliant start to her new Young Adult series....

  • Review: Like a Bee to Honey The Honeybee Sisters, #3

    I loved the cats! Especially a crazy cat lady! Rose is not the most social, and that does not bode well for Josiah. I really liked him and thought that he was perfect for her. However she had other plans. Rose is the last of the three sisters, and as...

  • Review: Tempting the Earl The Muses' Salon Series, #3

    I recommend reading this series in order to help with character development. With that being said I enjoyed this story. It was like other books I have read where the woman has hidden jobs because of the time period. However this book also had a sub plot...

  • Review: The One Real Thing Hart's Boardwalk, #1

    “The One Real Thing” had me so caught up, it's going to take a while for me to get back to reality. As with any first book in a series, you have to get to know the characters and situations so the story gets better as you go along. Jessica Huntington...

  • Review: This Is All Your Fault, Cassie Parker

    “This Is All Your Fault, Cassie Parker” by Terra Elan McVoy reminds me of the angst and drama that accompanies one’s journey through childhood. The giggly security of doing things with one’s best friend and the tragedy of trying to fit in is vividly portrayed....

  • Review: Silver Bullet Bear The Agency Book 3

    I highly recommend “Silver Bullet Bear" by Amelia Jade and it deserves 4.5 stars. Werebear, Sentinel Josh Horne and Hannah Terrik may come from two different shifter breeds but that didn't put a stop to their mutual attraction. What secrets are hidden?...

  • Review: At Close Range Tracers, #11

    I really liked this exciting romantic suspense story. Dani Harper is a police detective who catches the case of a double homicide. When facts from the crime scene don't add up, Dani turns to the Delphi Center crime lab to help her make sense of it. Scott...

  • Review: Phantom Kiss Chicagoland Vampires Novella

    This short story gave us a peak of things between Ethan and Merit as they get ready for their wedding. In the midst of the wedding shower they get a telephone call about a desecrated grave of an old mob gangster who worked for Al Capone. Of course with...

  • Review: Mark of the Moon Mark of the Moon, #1

    “Mark of the Moon” starts off right off the bat introducing us to Dana. I have to say she is very entertaining. I always enjoy the sarcastic, funny, independent, and tough main character. She knows what she likes and takes it. She is an ex paranormal...

  • Review: Dreamweaver Dreamwalker, #3

    Jessica Drake is one of the last Dream Walkers. Centuries ago, the Shadow began a campaign to eradicate all Dream Walkers and since that time they have continued their search, but somehow Jessica slipped through the cracks. Now that they know about her,...

  • Review: Marry Me on Main Street Cricket Creek, #11

    Susan has another chance at love with Danny, but even though a decade has passed she is unsure of whether she can take another chance with him. I like how there are two different love stories in this book. Not only does Susan have to open up and take...

  • Review: The Rebel of Clan Kincaid Highland Warrior, #2

    After her sister dies, Tara is sent to her sister's betrothed, Laird Alwyn to marry his son. Her guardian is an awful man and she fears that her new home will not be much better. Which it is. Her betrothed is a callous, drunken spoiled brute and Lord...

  • Review: Titus Returns A Wells Landing Romance, #5

    “Titus Returns” by Amy Lillard tells the story of an Amish man who is sentenced to prison for five years. He was the driver in an accident that killed two friends and sentenced another to life in a wheelchair. Although he has not told the true story,...

  • Review: The Billionaire Next Door Billionaire Bad Boys, #2

    “The Billionaire Next Door” by Jessica Lemmon is a fun and sexy story that follows Rachel Foster’s search for a decent job where she is truly appreciated and a romantic partner who is worthy of her love. One can’t help but sigh over the concept of being...

  • Review: Battle Hill Bolero A Bone Street Rumba Novel, #3

    This was an exciting and fast paced end to the Bone Street Rumba trilogy. There is so much going on I'm not even sure how to sum it up for a review. This is definitely not a book that should be read as a standalone. The gang's all back and at war with...

  • Review: Sky is Over

    Can you envision the world as you know it coming to an end? Gone are the people, the places, sounds, and life's events which formed your vibrant personality. Those memories gone forever! Eric M. Bosarge is the author of a compelling and often mind-bending...

  • Review: Hungry Ghosts Eric Carter #3

    Hungry Ghosts is the exciting, dark and sometimes bloody, third installment of the Eric Carter series. This book could be read as a standalone but shouldn't because it contains massive spoilers for books one and two. Eric is trying to avenge his sister's...

  • Review: The Scoundrel's Honor Sinful Brides Book 2

    Christi Caldwell delivers a delightfully different perspective on Regency London with this historical romance. Lady Penelope Tidemore is a wonderfully complex heroine. Seeing her determination to not follow in her family's tradition went a long way in...

  • Review: Silverwolf Rowankind, #2

    “Silverwolf” is a fantasy with history added. It’s also the second book in the Rowankind series. This book comes after “Winterwood”. I would suggest you read Winterwood first. Silverwolf's world is like ours. The difference is our world doesn't have magic...

  • Review: Rules for a Rogue Romancing the Rules, #1

    "Rules for the Rogue," is an engaging romance that is filled with charm, wit and yet I did find the plot to be among those that I would classify as not among the more intense historical-ROMANCE titles. I felt like the attraction between the hero and heroine...

  • Review: Ill Met by Murder A Shakespeare in the Catskills Mystery, #2

    “Ill Met by Murder” is the second book in the Shakespeare in the Catskills mystery series. During the production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, a murder is committed and Charlotte Fairfax once again finds herself entangled in a murder case. I didn’t...

  • Review: Bronx Requiem

    "Bronx Requiem" by John Clarkson is a gritty but stylish crime story! If, like me, you enjoy a good crime drama, you will want to check out “Bronx Requiem” by John Clarkson. James Beck and Paco ‘Packy’ Johnson formed a bond during their respective stints...

  • Review: The Lady of the Lakes Historical Proper Romance

    "The Lady of the Lakes" by Josi S. Kilpack is truly a beautiful and romantic love story. “Scarce one person out of twenty marries his first love, and scarce one out of twenty of the remainder has cause to rejoice for having done so. What we love in those...

  • Review: Just Fine with Caroline A Cold River Novel

    I love stories that feature locales and characters that are just a little off the beaten path. Cold River, Missouri, the Ozarks, and the ‘hollers” is an interesting destination and the characters are certainly quirky. However, do not be fooled by the...

  • Review: The Tycoon's Secret Child Texas Cattleman's Club: Blackmail

    Maureen Child brings a twist to the secret baby trope in her story The Tycoon’s Secret Child! The traditional plot – man finds out he’s a father years later – takes on a few different additions in this story. I liked that Wes had to learn how to communicate...

  • Review: Chain Reaction Bodyguard, #3

    "Chain Reaction," undeniably gave me mixed emotions as I was reading the novel. It was a fun, heart-pulsing action packed book that I would not recommend for the more timid readers. In other words if you are easily offended by explicit content that involves...

  • Review: Match Made in the Highlands Matchmaker Cafe Series Book 1

    “Match Made in the Highlands” is a refreshing, sweet love story. Right from the beginning there's magic in the air. I chose this book to review specifically because of its reference to Brigadoon. It was my Mom's favorite movie. My reading choice is varied...

  • Review: Courting the Cowboy Cowboys of Cedar Ridge

    Ella just wants solitude so she can focus on her art. Her landlord guaranteed her that she wouldn’t be bothered in her little cabin. However, it’s hard to restrain his grandkids from wanting to talk to Ella and play with her dog. Cord is a widower with...

  • Review: Allegedly

    “Allegedly” covers the court system and how African Americans are treated within it. It does a great job with this. However, it does also have a lot of issues, in my opinion. Within the first few pages we have the three quotes. "You'd think someone would...

  • Review: Cyborg Heat Burning Metal Book 1

    "Cyborg Heat" is an enjoyable read, but it relies on many of the usual cyborg tropes and a rather improbable connection between Amanda and Adam. I liked Amanda for her courage and principles, but I wasn't quite buying why she was willing to put it all...

  • Review: Forbidden Forest The Legends of Regia, #1

    "Forbidden Forest" is a book with an intriguing world. It also has interesting characters, but is also fairly gritty and dark. In case the mention of the slave mark wasn't a clue, this story gets pretty dark and gory. Think Game of Thrones. The nastiness...

  • Review: Summer Job, Summer Love

    "Summer Job, Summer Love" is a sweet and hot read. It's pretty good for a quick pick-me-up, although definitely on the cotton candy side of things. Bronwyn, Ross and Jake were sweet together, and they were a lot of a fun together. However, it felt a bit...

  • Review: Systematic Seduction The Weathermen Book 9

    The premise was very interesting and I had high hopes for Systematic Seduction -- but in the end I found it to be rather more reminiscent of the usual "billionaire meets Jane Normal plus kinky sex" story than the ecological/technology suspense-thriller...

  • Review: The Last Di Sione Claims His Prize The Billionaire's Legacy

    A desperate plea and a mysterious painting lead to an epic hunt in Maisey Yates “The Last Di Sione Claims His Prize”. Gabby and Alex had a tough time working through past torments and old hurts, but they found an all-encompassing passion that threatened...

  • Review: Rough & Tumble The Haven Brotherhood, #1

    I enjoyed "Rough & Tumble" by Rhenna Morgan. This starts off The Haven Brotherhood series. This is definitely a romance that will be hard to put down. There is just so much happening that will have you flipping from page to page. Readers, this is one...

  • Review: Pretty Face London Celebrities, #2

    In their business, image is everything. So what happens when sparks fly between a sexy movie star and her distinguished director? The answer is between the pages of “Pretty Face”, London Celebrities #2. I had the pleasure of reading Ms. Parker's “Act...

  • Review: Close to Home Sanctuary Island, #5

    There are people that depend on their gut to know another person or what that person is capable of. In many lines of work that could be crucial to their well-being – physical and emotional or mental. It’s hard to change a persons modus operandi. And candidly...

  • Review: Mr. Ridley The Whipping Society Book 1

    I'm delighted that Delilah Marvelle has started a new historical romance series, starting with Mr. Ridley, due out on February 28th. The author hinted about her Whipping Society series in her School of Gallantry series and it's finally here and worth...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Monica La Porta

    Hi Monica. Thanks for stopping in and chatting with us. Please tell us about your book "Bound by Water". Bound by Water is the story of Atreides, the last of the merman shifters. Calling Rome his home, Atreides is a famous painter who collaborates with...

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    Come and join us as authors share their tips with other authors. Each Monday a featured author will share what they have learned during the course of their career. Sharing is caring. Feel free to post your own tip in the comments :) and share what you...

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